Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Georgia

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400 Park Dr NE

Atlanta, GA 30306

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  • 4 mentions in Scenic, outdoorsy spots in Atlanta?

    • Daisy C.

      Daisy C. said, "...Midtown Piedmont Park Atlanta’s central park has as fine mix of tar and turf for runners. The Atlanta Track Club has provided several water fountains in the park, making it easy to stay hydrated in the heat and humidity well known to..." See More

    • Rockie R.

      Rockie R. said, "... Piedmont Park, Grant Park, the Beltline Trail, Lullwater Park Trail--all good for walking and jogging in ATL. If you want to take a bit of a drive, Stone Mountain and the East Palisades Beach are good for jogging. For hiking, try..." See More

    • Rob C.

      Rob C. said, "...I would suggest Stone Mountain or Piedmont Park. If you like outdoors stuff you could even kayak the Chattahoochee River..." See More

    • Mirror I.

      Mirror I. said, "... Piedmont Park is a great place for this we go a lot during the year they have many events during the year...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Best free things to do in Atlanta?

    • teri b.

      teri b. said, "...& Grill in Midtown is great burger place. Lots of free festivals and hiking trails at Roswell Mill Club. Walking through Piedmont Park in Midtown, Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville if you want a little drive, Roswell alive at 5 (http://www.aliveafterfiveroswell.com/)..." See More

    • Wynn S.

      Wynn S. said, "...The Atlanta Botanical Garden near Piedmont Park is awesome. It's not inexpensive, but worth the entrance fee. Or, you can wander around for free and grab a drink or some food at cute restaurants near the park (The High Museum of Art..." See More

    • Talia H.

      Talia H. said, "... Piedmont Park was great for a walk or a bike ride. First Thursdays Art Walk Downtown is so cool (http://www.atlantadowntown.com/fun/first-thursdays-art-walk). Tons of open art galleries, don’t miss Luckie Street Gallery & Studios and/or the Apex Museum both of which always have interesting..." See More

  • 2 mentions in How many days do I need to experience Atlanta?

    • Sam M.

      Sam M. said, "...a bit of a drive. If you have kids, Stone Mountain is great for them. Stay on the Westside or near Piedmont Park! Lots of people have Airbnb listing you should check out. Hotels can run a bit high...." See More

    • Clément B.

      Clément B. said, "...Park and the Georgia Aquarium . Other than that, cools places are located outside of downtown. Midtown is pretty with the Piedmont Park. You can also check Virginia Hilghland where you'll find bars and restaurants. If you want a fancy restaurant..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Tourist spots worth seeing in Atlanta?

    • Bridget C.

      Bridget C. said, "...- there just isn't much to see there. If you want to spend time walking outside, I recommend Zoo Atlanta or Piedmont Park. Museums worth visting: Fernbank Museum of Natural History and High Museum of Art Also, go see the Atlanta..." See More

    • Felix C.

      Felix C. said, "...kidsMartin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site : Worth it to develop a better appreciation of American historyAtlanta Botanical Garden and Piedmont Park: If you want to see some pretty scenery and chill I don't recommend: Underground Atlanta: There's nothing really..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best family activities in Atlanta?

    • Carol D.

      Carol D. said, "...but nice. Good for maybe a half day. And, there is Six Flags Over Georgia if you want a theme park. Piedmont Park always has lots of activity. (Concerts, rent bikes, rollerblades, etc.)..." See More

    • teri b.

      teri b. said, "...1. Georgia Aquarium 2. The Varsity 3. Walk Piedmont Park 4. Free Festivals Enjoy..." See More

  • 1 mention in 1 week in the Southern U.S. Where to go? How to get around?

    • Ellen E.

      Ellen E. said, "...an excellent deal for places to see also. The Varsity is great for the atmosphere. Flying Biscuit Cafehas a great breakfast. Piedmont Park is Atlanta's Central Park designed by the same architect. Rental car is the fastest way to get where you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Hip Atlanta neighborhoods?

    • Vinny M.

      Vinny M. said, "...including great food, coffee shops, artsy shopping, clubs and unique peeps are (in my enjoyment order): Little Five Points,Cabbagetown, Inman Park, Piedmont Park and Midtown Atlanta..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Atlanta?

    • Carol D.

      Carol D. said, "...Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, A W Atlanta - Downtown, and many others. Great restaurants, art scene, and lots going on at Piedmont Park (a smaller "Central Park."). Look for a hotel between 14th street and 17th street. That way, you can walk..." See More

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