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Nearby Attractions

The Grant Park Historic District encompasses one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods. The district includes Grant Park, a 133-acre green space and recreational area, and the residential neighborhoods surrounding it. Rambling Victorian era mansions and small cottages, early 20th-century bungalows and many brick paved sidewalks characterize the Grant Park neighborhood.
Welcome to the Neighborhood
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Historic Grant Park


Nestled in Eastside Atlanta, at the heart of one of Atlanta's oldest areas, Grant Park provides a peaceful natural oasis in the middle of the city. With133 acres, Grant Park is Atlanta's oldest city park. It is home to miles of walking and jogging paths, along with Zoo Atlanta.

Throughout the year,

Grant Park hosts several of Atlanta's famed festivals, including

The Atlanta Jazz Festival. Summer Shade Arts & Music Festival, the Halloween Lantern Parade, and the Pic'n in Grant Park BBQ & Music Festival. The Grant Park Farmers Market is open on Sundays in April through December, and features over 60 vendors, celebrity chef demonstrations, and special events.


Zoo Atlanta

The Zoo offers memorable close encounters with more than 1,000 animals from around the world. Zoo highlights include Giant pandas, one of North America’s largest zoological populations of great apes; and a global center of excellence for the care and study of reptiles and amphibians. Scaly Slimy Spectacular: The Amphibian and Reptile Experience, featuring more than 70 species in a 111,000 square-foot complex

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Oakland Cemetery 


Step back in time in Atlanta's most tangible link to the past, Oakland Cemetery. This historical park is the final resting place for many Civil War soldiers, golfing legend Bobby Jones, and "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell.

And Much much more



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