Atlanta’s Heart of the Arts
Located less than a mile north of Centennial Olympic Park, Midtown Atlanta is bustling with art and energy. Known as Atlanta’s “Heart of the Arts,” Midtown’s Arts District is home to the Fox Theatre, High Museum of Art, MODA, Center for Puppetry Arts, SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film, the Ferst Center for the Arts on Georgia Tech’s campus and more.
From the constant energy of Piedmont Park to Peachtree Street, a walkable stretch of the city where people enjoy the art of living, Midtown Atlanta is always on the move. And when the sun goes down, Midtown turns up the volume with nightclubs and lounges. From Opera Nightclub to Sutra Lounge, dancing doesn’t stop until the sun comes up.
Visitors to West Midtown are treated to a walkable retail district full of shopping, restaurants and entertainment at Atlantic Station. They can also experience the game day energy, excitement and innovation around the campus of Georgia Institute of Technology which spreads from Midtown to West Midtown. It connects Midtown to Atlanta’s Westside — the destination for design, art galleries, fashion and where some of Atlanta’s top restaurants are located.
Midtown Must Sees
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Midtown Arts District
The city’s art scene thrives in Midtown with the Southeast’s largest concentration of arts and cultural venues.
Walk along Peachtree Street and discover local boutiques, galleries and a flourishing restaurant scene.
Atlantic Station is a walkable retail district full of shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
Enjoy a lively selection of galleries, music venues, retail shops, restaurants and modern office space.
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