Discover 9 Group Experiences Found ONLY in Atlanta

Wow your group with these nine experiences you can only get in Atlanta. Find out why Atlanta is the ultimate meeting destination. See the list.
  • Check out Atlanta’s new state-of-the-art ballpark Suntrust Park
    Check out Atlanta’s new state-of-the-art ballpark Suntrust Park
  • The fabulous Fox Theatre was originally designed as a lavish movie theatre in the 1940s. (Gene Phillips, AtlantaPhotos.com)
    The fabulous Fox Theatre was originally designed as a lavish movie theatre in the 1940s. (Gene Phillips, AtlantaPhotos.com)
  • This classic Spanish theatre was built in the 1930s and has a rich history in Atlanta.
    This classic Spanish theatre was built in the 1930s and has a rich history in Atlanta.

Atlanta has all the modern conveniences of a large metropolis but with its own unique Southern flair. While your group is in town, check out these nine experiences that can only be found in Atlanta.

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Grab a burger at Holeman and Finch.

Get your group some good Southern grub at Atlanta’s favorite public house. Holeman and Finch’s menu features fresh and seasonal ingredients with a burger bar twist. Make sure to grab an award-winning burger and a shake and check out more restaurants and food that Atlanta is known for.

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Catch a concert at Chastain Park Amphitheater.

Spend an evening under the stars at a concert in Chastain Park. This Buckhead venue is dubbed “Atlanta’s Oldest Outdoor Music Venue.” Bring along a blanket, a picnic basket and some bottles of wine to make your group feel right at home. More about the park.

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Visit the Historic Buckhead Theatre.

This classic Spanish theatre was built in the 1930s and has a rich history in Atlanta. In the 1980s it became the acclaimed Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre but was recently renovated and restored to its original glory. Catch a show.

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(📷 James Duckworth, AtlantaPhotos.com)

Have attendees share their story with StoryCorps.

Your group can leave a lasting imprint on Georgia’s capital city with a visit to the Atlanta History Center. StoryCorps will record, preserve and share your story. All you have to do is drop in, and a storyteller will guide your group the rest of the way.

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(📷 Silei Li)

Chop with the best of them at a Braves game.

Check out Atlanta’s state-of-the-art ballpark, Suntrust Park. Your group can cheer on the Atlanta Braves in one of America’s nicest and newest stadiums. In addition to baseball and hot dogs, there are also shopping centers and unique dining experiences throughout nearby Battery Park.

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(📷 Silei Li)

Tag Krog Tunnel.

Grab a group picture at this unique, graffiti-covered attraction. The Krog Street Tunnel is the perfect photo backdrop - full of murals that capture Atlanta’s eclectic vibe.

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(📷 Gene Phillips, AtlantaPhotos.com)

Check out the Fabulous Fox Theatre.

The fabulous Fox Theatre was originally designed as a lavish movie theatre in the 1940s. Now, your group can catch a movie, show or tour, all while enjoying the venue’s opulence.

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(📷James Duckworth, AtlantaPhotos.com)

Drink quirky beer flavors at The Porter Beer Bar.

This funky Little Five Points pub has over 800 beers for your group to enjoy. Rent out the Beer Cellar and enjoy some beers and brews in an intimate setting.

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(📷 James Duckworth, AtlantaPhotos.com)

Visit the home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Learn about the early life and legacy of civil rights hero and Atlanta native Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. You can visit his childhood home and the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where he was baptized and later preached at in Downtown Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn District.

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