The Buckhead neighborhood is simply Atlanta’s finest. John Whitley marked a meeting place for settlers in the woodlands of Atlanta in the 1800s. How fitting that Buckhead is now a superlative meeting place for some of the best and brightest for both business and leisure pursuits. “Close to it all” is a sentiment often heard and rarely so true as it is at The Whitley. Buckhead’s unique fusion of outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking, world-class shopping, dining choices and tourist destinations – all within a few square miles – set it apart. The Whitley’s concierge team are area experts and will design a bespoke experience for you and your fellow adventurers.
Near to the hotel you’ll find the High Museum, the Alliance Theater, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, The World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Sun Trust Park and Philips Arena.
Six city blocks of style. Big city chic and European charm blend seamlessly at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Bistro tables on canopied sidewalks beckon. Window-shopping is a coveted pastime. Over 50 designer stores and unique restaurants with new openings happening all the time. A walkable city sanctuary where art, style and ambiance converge.
MODA is the only museum in the Southeast dedicated exclusively to the study and celebration of all things design. Formed in 1989 as the Atlanta International Museum of Art & Design, MODA has grown and evolved over the years to become the Southeast’s only design museum. The museum also holds the distinction of being a Smithsonian affiliate.
With more than 15,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High has an extensive anthology of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American and decorative art, significant holdings of European paintings, a growing collection of African American art, and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography, folk and self-taught art, and African art. The High is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by Southern artists.
Explore the fundamental rights of all human beings. Leave empowered to join the conversation in your own community.
This contemporary stadium in the heart of Atlanta is home to the Atlanta Falcons and hosts concerts and other world-class events throughout the year.
Welcome to SunTrust Park, the new home of the Atlanta Braves. With the new ballpark, Braves fans will enjoy the best amenities in all of Major League Baseball, highlighted most in 4,000 premium seats in the SunTrust Club, Delta SKY360° Club and the Terrace Club.
Considered one of the best state-of-the-art multi-purpose sports and entertainment complexes in the world, Philips Arena delivers top-ranked concert tours, professional and collegiate sporting events, family shows and conferences in a world-class setting with unparalleled customer service. The arena is home to the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, and hosts 160 events and 1.6 million guests annually.
Ranked as one of the 10 best botanical gardens in the country by USA Today, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is a must-see for city visitors. It’s open year-round and has dining and shopping options. The gardens have a top 3 “things to do in Atlanta” ranking on TripAdvisor.
See where the beloved Gone With the Wind author lived, wrote and answered every fan letter.
Bobby Jones Golf Course was built in 1932 as a tribute to, arguably, Atlanta’s most famous athlete, Robert Tyre “Bobby” Jones, Jr. For over 80 years now, Bobby Jones has served generations of Atlanta golfers, remaining one of the most popular golf courses in the state of Georgia. Bobby Jones presents elevated tees with scenic views of the midtown Atlanta skyline, as well as the natural beauty of Peachtree Battle Creek and century-old oak trees lining the course.
The Carter Presidential Library was built by Atlanta architectural firm, Jova/Daniels/Busby, in cooperation with Lawton/Umemura/Yamamoto of Hawaii who designed the structure. The facility includes the presidential library (donated to the federal government) and privately maintained spaces such as President Carter’s office, offices for foundations he supports, and The Carter Center of Emory University. The $26 million project, raised by donations from friends of President Carter from around the world, began with a ground-breaking ceremony on October 2, 1984.
A staple in the Atlanta music community, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is a cultural experience like no other. The orchestra season features performances by the best and brightest in their genres.