Downtown Atlanta clusters around the hub known as Five Points, the MARTA station that intersects north-south and east-west transit lines. On the surface, Five Points is formed by the intersection of Peachtree Street with Marietta, Broad, and Forsyth streets.

Atlanta Preservation Center's Guided Walking Tour

Spend the afternoon outside and learn more about the historical and architectural significance of Atlanta's Downtown. Choose from the Historic Downtown Tour or Sweet Auburn/Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District. Tour.

National Register of Historic Places Tour

This latest National Register of Historic Places travel itinerary highlights 70 historic places that tell the story of this capital city--from its picturesque homes to its reaching skyscrapers--tales of former slaves, educators, authors, and millionaires who have shaped the development of Atlanta over the past two centuries.

Segway Tours

On this tour of the Peach City, you’ll view classic sites and landmarks perched atop a Segway. The tour includes stops at Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, the CNN Center, The Varsity, the Sweet Auburn District, the World of Coke, Georgia Tech, the Fabulous Fox Theatre and the Georgia State Capitol. Tours last about three hours.

Bicycle Tours

Get your exercise while pedaling through the historic neighborhoods and sites of Atlanta! Bicycle Tour.  The Heart of the City Tour covers 10 miles of intown neighborhoods, plus Underground Atlanta, Woodruff Park and the Fairlie-Poplar Historic District.

ATL Cruzers

ATL-Cruzers has packaged the most popular and requested city sites in a 1 hour and 15 minute guided historical tour. Nothing allows you to experience the city
like our open air, eco-friendly, 5 passenger electric cars. Highlights include Underground Atlanta, MLK Historic District, Margaret Mitchell House, Fox Theater, GA Tech Football Stadium, Woodruff Arts Center, GA Aquarium, World of Coke, and CNN Center.

Atlanta Food Walks

Atlanta Food Walks will help you taste the city's amazing food in unexpected locations.  On their Downtown Southern Food Walk, you'll trace the surprising history of Southern food and its importance in the Civil Rights movement, while exploring Historic Downtown. You'll taste the South, trying regional classics like soul food chicken and yams, creamy Lowcountry shrimp and grits, and sweet Creole candies, as well as new and exciting flavors. You'll learn about Dr. King's love of food and you'll see some of the city's best street art. This is the most delicious way to discover Atlanta!