Midtown is Atlanta’s cultural heart and home to the Fox Theater, Woodruff Arts Center, High Museum, Museum of Modern Art, 14th Street Playhouse and other entertainment venues. Midtown has beautiful bungalow-style homes on quiet, tree-lined streets, the majority of which are clustered around the beautiful green space of Piedmont Park — a huge, green oasis used to host many of the city’s most popular events.


Midtown is an urban neighborhood that offers a wonderful mix of diversity, culture, dining, entertainment and historic homes. However, there is no need for a car because it is one of the city’s most bike-friendly areas. In general, the neighborhood has access to 230 acres of green space, 8 miles of bicycling lanes and large sidewalks for pedestrians.


Midtown’s youngest residents will attend schools in Fulton County Schools, Atlanta Public Schools or one of the Atlanta’s best private schools. Morningside Elementary is an award-winning school named as a Georgia School of Excellence in Student Achievement. Inman Middle was selected to participate in the Alliance for a Healthier School’s Program. Midtown is also close to Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech, the #7 Best Public University) and the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
  • Morningside and Springdale Park Elementary Schools
  • Inman Middle School
  • Henry W. Grady High School
  • Midtown International School
  • The Children’s School
  • The Paideia School

Things To Do

  • Alliance Theatre and High Museum
  • Atlanta Symphony & Orchestra
  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens
  • Center for Puppetry Arts
  • Fox Theatre – historic venue
  • Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
  • Midtown Mile – a mix of restaurants, clubs and more
  • Piedmont Park – Atlanta’s popular public park
  • Woodruff Arts Center
If you love art, then you will be in heaven when visiting Midtown Atlanta. Besides the famous Fox Theatre, there are many theatres that call Midtown their home. After enjoying the cultural spots, you can enjoy a fine dinner at many of the fabulous restaurants and dance at some of the city’s best clubs.

With a wonderful mix of diversity, culture, dining, condominiums and historic homes, you’ll never get bored in this neighborhood. Midtown residents call the 14 blocks on Peachtree Street “Midtown Mile” because it attracts a unique mix of restaurants, comedy clubs, art museums, concert venues, bars, boutiques and spas.


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