Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel

866 W. Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30308 USA
+1 678-412-2400

Walkable Discoveries

Discover Charming Midtown Atlanta

Surrounded by pedestrian-friendly streets, exploring Midtown Atlanta by foot is easy and safe. Home to the most green space in the city, Midtown is composed of numerous parks, trails, and tree-lined sidewalks, plus, top attractions including museums, theatres, dining, and more. Venture out on foot and discover the culture and charm of Midtown Atlanta. 

Atlanta Botanical Garden

On Architectural Digest's 2019 list of the "8 Most Beautifully Designed Botanical Gardens in America," the Atlanta Botanical Gardens feature 30-acres of outdoor green space in the heart of the bustling of the city.

Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park is a 200-acre urban green space with miles of scenic trails, playgrounds, a pool, recreational facilities, a farmer's market, and more. The park also features daily activities, including bird walks and history tours.

Fox Theater

Built in 1929, the historic Fox Theatre is a world-famous venue in Midtown Atlanta that hosts a diverse array of live performances, including ballet, Broadway, rock concerts, and comedy shows.

High Museum of Art

High Museum of Art

One of the most popular art museums in the Southeast, the High Museum of Art features a renowned collection of classic and contemporary art, including more than 15,000 works in its permanent collection.

More Midtown Discoveries

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has earned multiple Grammy awards and is know as the leading cultural organization in the Southeast. Performances are held in the Atlanta Symphony Hall at the Woodruff Arts Center throughout the year.

Tiny Doors Atlanta

Tiny Doors is an on-going art project consisting of miniature doors scattered along the Atlanta BeltLine. No two doors are the same and each is designed to reflect the characteristics of the neighborhood in which it is located. Perfect for families, art lovers, and urban explorers, go on a self-guided scavenger hunt and see how many you can spot. 

Alliance Theatre

The Alliance Theatre is Atlanta's national theatre and winner of the Regional Theatre Tony Award. The Alliance has hosted more than 100 original productions, including the notable premieres of The Color Purple and The Last Night of Ballyhoo.

Woodruff Arts Center

One of the only venues in the nation offering both visual and performing arts, the Woodruff Arts Center is home to several highly-acclaimed cultural institutions, including the Alliance Theatre, Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art. 

Margaret Mitchell House

The former home of Pulitzer-Prize winner Margaret Mitchell, the Margaret Mitchell House is part of the Atlanta History Center in Midtown Atlanta. Known as Peggy Marsh to her friends, Mitchell wrote her award-winning novel, Gone With The Wind, at this location.

Atlanta BeltLine

Developed along a former railway corridor, the Atlanta BeltLine is a multi-use trail system that links various parks and neighborhoods throughout the city. Discover numerous restaurants and public art displays along this 22-mile urban trail.
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