**Moon Travel Guides: See the City with a Local!
Between small-town Southern hospitality and booming big-city culture, Atlanta is a powerhouse of the South. Get to know its many charms with Moon Atlanta.**
Explore the City: Navigate by neighborhood or by activity, with color-coded maps of Atlanta's most interesting neighborhoods
See the Sights: Browse classic and contemporary works at the High Museum of Art, or see rare Egyptian artifacts at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. Spend a sunny afternoon strolling Piedmont Park or the Midtown Mile, and admire stunning Southern estates, antebellum mansions, and Queen Anne-style architecture. Visit Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth home, Centennial Olympic Park, or the College Football Hall of Fame
Get a Taste of the City: Sample classic Southern staples like crispy crawfish, fried green tomatoes, chicken and waffles, and juicy Georgia peaches
Bars and Nightlife: Catch an up-and-coming indie band at Eddie's Attic, sip a craft beer at a local brewpub, slip into a speakeasy, or play a few games at an outdoor table tennis bar
Trusted Advice: Atlanta local Tray Butler shares the ins and outs of the city he calls home
Itineraries and Day Trips: Explore the best of Atlanta in three days, or take your time with excursions to Stone Mountain, Lake Lanier, Athens, and the Blue Ridge Mountains
Full-Color Photos and Detailed Maps
Handy Tools: Moon provides background information on the history and culture of Atlanta and the South, plus tips for seniors, families, LGBTQ+ travelers, and those with disabilities
With Moon Atlanta's local expertise, myriad activities, and practical advice, you can plan your trip your way.
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