Marietta Square

Spend an afternoon exploring these neighborhoods around Atlanta. Each has a unique vibe, with great food, shopping and places to play.

This posh area of town has plenty to offer parents and kids.

Marietta Square
Historical sites and tree-filled parks blend with contemporary attractions and huge festivals.

Inman Park
Enjoy parks, treelined streets, and plenty of opportunities to eat and drink.

Grant Park
Play and eat in Grant Park, one of Atlanta’s oldest and most eclectic neighborhoods.

Decatur is a hub of good food, lots of fun, and ample places to enjoy fresh air.

Brookhaven is an oasis in the city with tree-lined streets, parks and lots of family-friendly activities.

Midtown Atlanta
A vibrant arts hub, families will encounter world-class shows and art displays.

Smyrna and Vinings
The Smyrna-Vinings area is a hot spot for outdoor and indoor fun, family festivals, and unique restaurants.

Acworth provides many leisure opportunities for families, foodies, and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

Avondale Estates
Visit Avondale for unique food, coffee, shopping, and greenspace.

Roswell is a fun place for families to learn, play and experience art and nature.

East Cobb
The green spaces, popular attractions, outdoor events and tasty restaurants offer plenty for families to do.

East Atlanta
Its residents, pretty much the epitome of cool, frequent the area’s funky shops and amazing restaurants.

Stone Mountain Village
Explore buildings standing since the 1800s, the Freedom Bell, the city’s original train depot and a 1914 train caboose.

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