Popular places to visit in East Atlanta
Discover thousands of sea creatures at the world’s biggest aquarium.
Learn about the fascinating history of one of the world’s best-known drinks, in the city where it was invented.
Catch an event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium during your trip to Atlanta. Attend a sporting event or simply enjoy the lively bars while you're in the area.
Catch an event at State Farm Arena during your trip to Atlanta. Attend a sporting event or simply enjoy the lively bars while you're in the area.
Enjoy roller coasters, water slides, go-karts and more at this family-friendly theme park located just outside of Austin, Georgia.
Catch an event at Truist Park during your trip to Atlanta. Discover the area's top-notch restaurants and its great live music.
Top things to do in East Atlanta
Atlanta Scavenger Hunt: All About Atlanta Bar Crawl
Atlanta CityPASS: Admission to Top 5 Atlanta Attractions
Atlanta Sightseeing Bus Tour
Bodies...The Exhibition Tickets
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta Tickets
Skip-The-Line: World of Coca-Cola Admission Ticket
Top Hotels in East Atlanta
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Other neighborhoods in Atlanta
While you're in East Side, take in top sights like Zoo Atlanta or Variety Playhouse, and hop on the metro to see more the city at Edgewood-Candler Park Station or Inman Park-Reynoldstown Station.
Old Fourth Ward
While visiting Old Fourth Ward, you might make a stop by sights like Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Central Park.
Restaurants, live music, and shopping are just a few things that make Five Points unique. Make a stop by Underground Atlanta while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Five Points Station to get around town.
While you're in Peachtree Center, take in top sights like AmericasMart and jump on the metro at Peachtree Center Station to see more of the city.
Fairlie-Poplar Historic District
The ample dining options and popular aquarium are top of the list for many visitors to Fairlie-Poplar Historic District. A stop by Tabernacle or Rialto Center for the Performing Arts might round out your trip.
Discover Downtown Decatur, memorable for its restaurants. Popular attractions in Downtown Decatur include Decatur Square and Decatur Courthouse, and you can see more of the area by hopping on the metro at Decatur Station.