1360 Virginia Ave. , Atlanta, GA, US, 30344

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Attractions

    »Jeremiah S. Gilbert House

    Dating to 1868, this two-story farmhouse was the home of Jeremiah Gilbert, the son of the first doctor to settle in Fulton County. The fieldstone and mortar construction is a rare surviving example of the type of farmhouse that flourished in the region during the Reconstruction era, and many of the home's original outbuildings still stand on the property. The house has been restored to its original condition, and stands as one of the oldest surviving buildings in Atlanta.

    2238 Perkerson Road Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30315

    »Hindu Temple of Atlanta

    Dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, the Hindu Temple of Atlanta stands out on the Georgia highway, towering over the other buildings in the vicinity. Constructed in true South-Indian style, it has a distinct architecture made of sandstone and marble; and resembles the Venkateswara temple of Tirupati. One part of the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, while the other part is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. There are other deities as well. Hindu devotees from the neighboring areas gather here for the daily prayer and services.

    5851 Georgia Highway 85
    Riverdale, GA 30274

    »Rose Circle Park

    A popular place for walking and jogging, Rose Circle Park fulfills the recreational needs of the city. It features green grass and lush trees that provide a relaxing break from stressful life. Major events and gatherings are held here.

    914 Rose Circle Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30310

    »Siloam Church International

    The Siloam Church International was established in 1997. It has a membership of around 3000 people. The church aims to spread the message of Christ and promote oneness among everyone. It organizes community events too.

    3695 Roosevelt Highway
    Atlanta, GA 30349

    »The Wren's Nest

    This handsome Victorian abode was the longtime home of famed Georgia writer Joel Chandler Harris, who penned some of this country's most popular stories for children as well as adults. Best known for his Uncle Remus tales, Harris wrote many of his landmark pieces right here in Atlanta, and the story of his life and work is on display at the museum. Guided tours and storytelling programs are offered, as well as a nice shop that stocks books and Brer Rabbit memorabilia.

    1050 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30310

    »West End Historic District

    The West End Historic District is precisely situated in the city of Atlanta in the U.S. State of Georgia. The district has survived successfully through changes and transitions that have been going on for years on end. The prevalent structures in the district finely exemplify the rare Folk Victorian, Stick Style, Queen Anne, American Foursquare and the Neoclassical Revival styles of architecture. The district stands to immense monumental value and has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places. 

    Lawton Street
    Atlanta, GA 30310

    »Welcome All Park & Multipurpose Facility

    A little park located not far from the city center, Welcome All offer exciting recreational facilities. Besides the lush park expanse, that is ideal for family picnics, the park also offers extensive sports facilities including a football field, five baseball fields, a basketball court, tennis courts as well as a general playground. Apart from these, the park also has indoor facilities like a swimming pool, an equipped fitness center as well as a rental space capable of hosting numerous events. Check website for more.

    4255 Will Lee Road
    College Park, GA 30349

    »Westview Cemetery

    Off the beaten path, few visitors discover beautiful Westview Cemetery located just west of downtown. One of the largest cemeteries in the Southeast, Westview spans 582 acres (235.527 hectares) and boasts some of the city's oldest structures. Founded in 1884, the cemetery features a large Jewish section, a Civil War Memorial and is the final resting place of many famous locals, including Mayor William B. Hartsfield, Asa Candler, the founder of the Coca-Cola company, and author, Joel Chandler Harris. Westview's majestic stone Mausoleum and Chapel, constructed in 1943, features beautiful stained glass windows and religious paintings. A haven for history buffs and nature lovers, Westview is wonderful place to stroll and experience Atlanta's past and present.

    1680 Westview Drive Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30310

    »Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel

    Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a leader of international fame. A chapel named in his honor, in his hometown is a fitting tribute that can be paid to this leader. His exemplary beliefs and ideals of life will serve as an ideal for the youth of today to follow. The chapel can be found on the Morehouse College campus, a male-only African American liberal arts college.

    830 Westview Drive Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30314

    »Morehouse College

    Founded in 1867 as a higher learning institution for young African-American men, Morehouse College stands alone among universities of its kind and remains a college for men to this day. With a rich history and excellent academic standing among Southern universities, Morehouse is a great place to get a degree. The college also has a long list of cultural events and programs that enrich the Atlanta community and bring visitors in from all over the country.

    830 Westview Drive Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30314

    »Zoo Atlanta

    Just minutes from downtown Atlanta in historic Grant Park, the exciting Zoo Atlanta features the Southeast's most impressive collection of wildlife from around the globe. Legend says that the zoo got its start when the owners of a traveling animal show went bankrupt and suddenly fled town. Today, popular exhibits include daily elephant demonstrations, giraffe feedings, and the acquired Chinese pandas. Various spots within the zoo make for wonderful locations to host private celebrations.

    800 Southeast Cherokee Avenue Southeast
    Atlanta, GA 30315

    »Clark Atlanta University

    Clark Atlanta University is a private institution that operates four colleges catering to Arts and Sciences, Education, Business Administration and Social Work under its guidance. The university dates back to 1988 when it was founded with the coming together of Clark College and Atlanta University; Clark University is also ascribed of carrying research work of high importance. The campus offers good quality housing, sports, art galleries and theatrical facilities for its students, staff and alumni.

    440 Westview Drive Southwest
    Atlanta, GA 30310
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