MARTA to the Yaarab Shrine Center

The Yaarab Shrine Center is in Midtown Atlanta at 400 Ponce de Leon Avenue. Near the North Avenue MARTA station, the building is an event space and home to the Atlanta Roller Derby. Walk, bike or ride an e-scooter from the station or choose from two MARTA buses to reach the venue. Train + Walking Directions … Continue reading MARTA to the Yaarab Shrine Center

MARTA to the Shaky Knees Festival

The Shaky Knees Festival is a multiple-day music event that takes place in Central Park near the Civic Center and North Avenue MARTA stations on the red and gold lines. You can walk to the festival in 10 or 20 minutes depending on the station you use, ride a bus or rent an e-scooter or bike to the … Continue reading MARTA to the Shaky Knees Festival

MARTA to Westview Cemetery

Westview Cemetery at 1680 Ralph David Abernathy SW is a short walk away from the West Lake MARTA station on the blue rail line. Established in 1884, the cemetery is the largest in the Southeast and contains some of Atlanta’s most prominent citizens including Asa G. Candler, founder of Coca-Cola; Mayor William B. Hartsfield and author of … Continue reading MARTA to Westview Cemetery

Atlanta Neighborhoods

The neighborhoods in and around Atlanta all have a vibrant personality, especially intown, where you can find unique shops, local restaurants and nightlife. See the list of neighborhoods near MARTA to start exploring. Planning to relocate to Atlanta or move to a new residence intown? View Atlanta apartments near rail stations.    Near MARTA (10 … Continue reading Atlanta Neighborhoods

Kirkwood Neighborhood

Kirkwood is a historic family-friendly neighborhood east of downtown Atlanta that was developed as a streetcar suburb. With a commercial district, restaurants, parks, library, fire station, post office and police station, it has a small-town feel despite being close to the city. Annual events include the Spring Fling and Kirkwood Wine Stroll, or explore the Trolley PATH trail, … Continue reading Kirkwood Neighborhood


Explore Atlanta restaurants near MARTA stations and by cuisine below. For more ideas of where to eat, check out the 10 must-eat-at restaurants near MARTA and Iconic Atlanta Food near MARTA. Please call ahead to verify if the restaurants are open as many have closed during the pandemic and we are currently still making updates to our content. … Continue reading Restaurants

MARTA to Taste of Atlanta

Taste of Atlanta is an annual fall event showcasing Atlanta chefs and restaurants in the Historic Fourth Ward Park. You can choose from several different MARTA stations and commute options to reach the event, although it is not in easy walking distance of a rail station. Note that admission tickets are required, and includes coupons … Continue reading MARTA to Taste of Atlanta

MARTA to the Decatur Book Festival

The AJC Decatur Book Festival takes place every year over Labor Day weekend in Downtown Decatur.  It is an easy commute on MARTA, with most events, including author presentations, taking place above the Decatur MARTA station on the blue line. If you are starting on the red or gold line, transfer at Five Points to … Continue reading MARTA to the Decatur Book Festival

MARTA to Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is a live, work, play destination at 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue near the North Avenue MARTA station on the red and gold rail line. In addition to offices, apartments, shops and restaurants, there is a rooftop with games and a bar. A bus, bike or Lyft/Uber connection is required unless you … Continue reading MARTA to Ponce City Market

MARTA to Virginia-Highland

Virginia-Highland is one of the more popular and walkable neighborhoods in Atlanta, full of restaurants, bars, boutique shops and nightlife. With a CVS Pharmacy, hardware store, post office, exercise studios and nearby grocery stores, it is also one of the few places where it is relatively easy to live without a car. Don’t miss the … Continue reading MARTA to Virginia-Highland