Atlanta Has It All

Our region includes 29 counties with experiences and adventures to add to your to-do list. Metro Atlanta has scenic nature trails for long walks, museums to guide you through history, all types of cuisine to enjoy, and much more. Exploring the metro region always brings something new.

A City in A Forest

A lush tree canopy is part of Atlanta’s skyline and a vast amount of green space decorates the city’s interior and exterior. There are many reasons to get outside with 338 parks and more than 74 trails covering 417 miles of Atlanta, including the Silver Comet Trail – one of the longest in the U.S. 

Rich In History

Atlanta’s history runs deep going back to the 1800’s, and historical events that shaped our nation took place in this very city. Visit museums like the Atlanta History Center, National Center for Civil and Human Rights and Martin Luther King Jr’s birth home to immerse yourself in history.

Food for All

From southern plates to international cuisine, our region has a myriad of delicious foods for all taste buds. Enjoy some local southern cooking at the historical Mary Mac’s Tea Room in downtown Atlanta or grab a bite at Papi’s Cuban Grill with locations all throughout the metro area.

Made in Atlanta

Explore icons that started right here in the region, like the famous Word of Coke exhibit showcasing 136 years of beverages and the Delta Flight Museum where aviation history comes to life.

Filming in Progress

Many iconic tv shows and movies are filmed and produced here in Atlanta, from “Avengers: Infinity War” to “Vampire Diaries.” You can visit locations you’ll recognize from “The Walking Dead,” “Fried Green Tomatoes,” “Pet Semetary II,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and more

Arts and Culture

Calling all art lovers: metro Atlanta’s art scene offers inspiring creations with global cultural influences. There is art for all here, from public murals scattered throughout the region to the largest collection of ancient art in the Southeast United States.