Businesses, attractions, and organizations in Downtown are closely monitoring and responding to Atlanta's COVID-19 conditions in real time. Many have reopened and are prepared to welcome back guests with safety at the forefront of the experience. Explore our listing below to visit an attraction, enjoy a meal, take a tour, relax in a hotel, and much more.
Please remember to wash your hands, wear a mask, and watch your distance to help reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19.
Attractions and Destinations
Many businesses and attractions, including SkyView Atlanta, the College Football Hall of Fame, and World of Coca-Cola, in Downtown's Centennial Park District neighborhood have reopened with enhanced safety precautions.
See Who's Open
Bonus: We recently visited Georgia Aquarium to experience their new protocols firsthand. Read our account here.
And speaking of destinations, City of Atlanta parks remain open to the public, though playgrounds, courts, pavilions, and other shared faciliites are closed. Please be advised that Centennial Olympic Park is closed until further notice.
These companies are currently offering tours of Downtown you can experience in person (scroll down for virtual opportunities!)
Many Downtown restaurants have reopened for takeout, delivery, and/or dine-in service. Many also have merchandise and gift cards for purchase and staff relief funds established online. Take a break from cooking!
See Restaurant Listing
Additionally, nearly all Downtown Atlanta hotels remain open for business. Please consult official hotel websites for the latest information regarding booking and operations.
See Hotel Listing
We are regularly updating our online event calendar with virtual event opportunities, including topical webinars and even workout classes.
Additionally, Unexpected Atlanta Tours and Atlanta Movie Tours offer creative, immersive experiences you can enjoy from home. The Fulton County Library System hosts virtual events appropriate for a variety of ages, and follow the Rialto Center for the Arts on social media to enjoy performances by local artists.