Once the stomping grounds of Atlanta’s 19th-century elites—including Asa Griggs Candler, the founder of the Coca-Cola Company—Inman Park has since evolved into a dynamic, in-demand area. History buffs can see highlights like the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, while food lovers frequent Inman Park’s independent eateries, or venture to the nearby Little Five Points area to seek out the city’s trendiest bites and drinks. Other attractions include Freedom Park plus the pretty Springvale Park.
Enjoy numerous ways to discover Inman Park on a range of neighborhood tours. Electric car and trolley tours offer a way for time-pressed visitors to explore, while bike tours provide a more leisurely way to take in its scenery. Civil Rights tours, Southern food and hospitality tours, and “Gone with the Wind” tours also enable visitors to discover other sides of the area.