Atlanta's oldest suburb and one of America's first garden suburbs, Inman Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The earliest residents of Inman Park neighborhood included some of 19th-century Atlanta's most prominent citizens, among them Coca-Cola founder Asa G. Candler. Although Inman Park in Atlanta, GA, fell out of favor for most of the 20th century, concerned neighborhood residents began renovating homes there in the 1970s. Visitors may see such architectural styles as Queen Anne, Colonial Revival and Shingle-style bungalows during the Atlanta Preservation Center's guided walking tours of Inman Park. Each April, the Inman Park Neighborhood Association sponsors a spring festival and tour of homes.
Inman Park is located two miles east of downtown Atlanta. Inman Park in Atlanta, GA's bed and breakfasts offer easy access to the Carter Presidential Library & Museum and Little Five Points, Atlanta's most bohemian retail district, known for its vinyl records, tattoos and kitschy, vintage clothes.
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