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  • Shop, Dine and Play at Underground Atlanta

    Underground Atlanta, which opened in 1969 as a “city beneath the streets,” is a shopping and entertainment district in the Five Points neighborhood of downtown Atlanta.

    5 Reasons to Visit Underground Atlanta

    1. Explore six city blocks, 12 acres and three levels of 225,000 square feet of shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
    2. For more than two decades, Underground Atlanta has hosted the largest New Year’s Eve celebration in the Southeast. Watch the 800-pound peach drop while enjoying top entertainment acts and seeing fireworks light up the Atlanta skyline.
    3. Try the Scavenger Hunt, for $4 per person, for a fun and interactive approach to history that has you collecting clues that lead you to different historic landmarks at Underground Atlanta.
    4. The Guided Walking Tour, for $10 per person, features historic sites highlighting the Battle of Atlanta, Gone with the Wind, the 1996 Olympics and much more. During this 50-minute, interactive tour your knowledgeable guide will lead you to 11 historical sites.
    5. Every Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., head to Underground Atlanta to sample lunch choices from more than 60 vendors at Eat Street! Food Truck Wednesday.

    Insider Tips:
    • Pick up a self-guided History tour brochure at the information booth and discover the area’s 100-plus year history firsthand.
    • Visit the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Visitor Center at Underground Atlanta where friendly staff will be happy to answer any questions and provide you with tips and assistance to make the most out of your Atlanta visit.
    • One of the many eateries at Underground Atlanta is Southern Candy Company where they make their candy fresh daily. Try some fresh pralines, brittle and fudge to satisfy your sweet tooth!

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Established in 1913, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau is a private, nonprofit organization created to favorably impact the Atlanta economy through conventions and tourism.

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