Shopping



Atlanta shopping malls, boutiques, upscale fashion haunts and outlet shopping centers – the options are endless for shopping in Atlanta. It takes more than a day to cover Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, where shopping in Buckhead is an experience in luxury and high-end retailers. Antique shops and fine art galleries line south Buckhead’s Bennett Street District. Shopping districts with restaurants, museums, pubs, theaters and unique shops all within walking distance enhance the urban shopping experience. Historic districts tell of Atlanta’s past with antebellum homes and turn of the century market squares.

Little Five Points Atlanta’s Eclectic Neighborhoods
Little Five Points is Atlanta’s bohemian hangout and home to a rich mix of art, theater and shopping. 7 Stages Theatre, Dad’s Garage and the Horizon Theatre are popular venues. Virginia-Highland features hip boutiques while East Atlanta Village is filled with homegrown restaurants and pubs. The historic district of Cabbagetown boasts impressive architectural restorations.
 
Atlantic Station Atlantic Station
Great boutiques, sidewalk cafes and hip restaurants reign at Atlantic Station, designed to feel like a city within a city. Free shuttles are available from the Arts Center MARTA Station. The Millennium Gate showcases world-class architecture, art and history in an intimate gallery setting.
 
Swan Coach House Gallery Buckhead Arts & Galleries
Major Buckhead design and cultural districts include Miami Circle, Peachtree Decorative Arts Plaza, Galleries of Peachtree Hills and Bennett Street.  The Swan Coach House Gallery, located on the campus of the Atlanta History Center, exclusively features both established and upcoming Southern artists. The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia permanently houses more than 600 works by local artists in contemporary mediums.
 
Decatur Square Decatur Square
The charming, quirky city of Decatur is just six miles east of downtown. Friendly, walkable and right on the MARTA line, this community is home to more than 200 boutiques, restaurants and galleries. Eddie’s Attic is a must-see for live, local musicians. Year-round festivals include the Arts Festival in May, the Beach Party in June and the Book Festival on Labor Day weekend.
 
Hard Rock Cafe Hard Rock Cafe
Try the Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta to experience exceptional “Love All, Serve All” service and delicious food within a living museum of authentic rock music memorabilia. Check out the Rock Shop where you’ll find Hard Rock-branded merchandise not available anywhere else. Its location in the heart of downtown within walking distance of the Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park and all the major downtown hotels makes Hard Rock Cafe the ideal choice for a memorable dining experience.
 
Marietta Historic District Historic Neighbors
The Marietta Historic District offers tours of the town and heritage museums. Visit the square for specialty and antique shops, dining and entertainment, including Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum: Scarlett on the Square, a must-see attraction. Tour antebellum homes in the Historic Roswell District, including the 1845 Smith Plantation. Visitors can also enjoy Bulloch Hall, the childhood home of President Theodore Roosevelt's mother and the Georgia Ensemble Theatre.
 
Legendary, Luxury Shopping Legendary, Luxury Shopping
Enjoy Buckhead’s legendary shopping with exclusive specialty retailers such as Calvin Klein and Zara. Designer boutiques such as Hermes, Cartier and Kate Spade add a touch of glamour to any visit. Luxury retailers throughout Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza include Belk, Jimmy Choo, Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany & Co. Visit Miami Circle and the Bennett Street District for museum-quality art and antiques.
 
North Georgia Day Trips North Georgia Day Trips
Just a short drive north of Atlanta you’ll find gorgeous mountain scenery and hometown hospitality. Wolf Mountain Vineyards is elegantly simple, offering delicious food paired with Georgia wines. The town of Helen, a recreated Alpine village complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world towers is a family option. Babyland General Hospital, home to the Cabbage Patch Kids, is a unique place where you can take home a hand-stitched doll of your own.
 
North Georgia Premium Outlets Outlet Malls and Day Trip Shopping
North Georgia Premium Outlets in Dawsonville offers 140 stores of current-season merchandise, many from designer labels. For retail, dining and entertainment options, stop into the shopping meccas of Discover Mills and the Tanger Outlet Center.
 
 
   


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