• Fun Things to Do in Midtown Atlanta

  • Alliance Theatre

    Catch a Broadway play before it hits Broadway

    Musicals, dramas and classical favorites light up Atlanta’s theater scene before they head to the Big Apple. The Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre provides a perfect way to spend the evening.

    Atlanta Botanical Garden, Inc.

    Stop and smell the orchids at an in-town urban oasis

    Right in the middle of Midtown Atlanta, in the northern corner of Piedmont Park, grow more than 30 acres of lush green garden just waiting to be explored. At the Atlanta Botanical Garden, seasonal activities keep adventure blooming no matter the temperature.

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

    IMMERSE YOURSELF IN GRAMMY-WINNING SURROUND SOUND

    Want to be in the midst of dozens of Grammy-winners on one stage, but lost your invite to the Grammys? A performance by Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s award winning cast of musicians is your ticket!

    Atlantic Station

    Experience a different type of retail therapy

    Pack a spare suitcase for all of the goodies you will bring back from Atlantic Station! Whether it’s a major retailer or a local boutique look you want, this walkable, outdoor shopping mecca will treat you to serious retail therapy.

    Center For Puppetry Arts

    Pull the strings on family fun

    Bring the kids to experience some of the most loved children's fables through award-winning puppetry shows, films, and workshops at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Don't miss the progress on their new museum, featuring a huge Jim Henson collection!

    Fox Theatre

    Walk the red carpet

    At Atlanta’s fabulous Fox Theatre, every night is a red carpet event. Musicals, dance and nationally renowned acts wait at the end of your red carpet walk, and if there’s no show scheduled, have no fear – you can always tour this Atlanta icon!

    High Museum of Art

    Mingle with the Masters

    Step inside the leading art museum in the Southeast and gaze at more than 13,000 modern and contemporary works of art. A ticket to the High Museum of Art will get you into both the special exhibitions and the permanent collection.

    Margaret Mitchell House

    Give a damn: see where "Gone With the Wind" was written

    Peek inside the restored rooms where most of "Gone With the Wind" was penned in the Margaret Mitchell House, complete with the native Atlantan’s writing desk and period furnishings. Frankly, it would be your misfortune to miss exhibitions exploring the author’s life and the making of a film classic.

    Michael C. Carlos Museum (Emory University)

    Bond with Mummy

    Take some time to connect with a mummy at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum. With permanent collections that span the globe and renowned traveling exhibits, your inner history buff will be transfixed by everything from mummies to a Greek muse!

    The Varsity

    Place a presidential order

    Five chili dogs, four regular dogs and a cheeseburger. That’s what President Obama ordered at The Varsity. If he had asked, we would have recommended an FO and a naked dog walking. What will be in your presidential-style order?

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