Originally inhabited by Native Americans, Vinings is a picturesque village town of Southern charm located only minutes from Buckhead and downtown Atlanta. This historic area offers a wide mix of homes, from new construction to brick homes in swim/tennis communities to luxury estate homes. The train runs through the center of the village and is part of its charm.


Vinings is loaded with high fashion shopping and elegant dining. Vinings Jubilee is a beautiful outdoor shopping center located in the historic heart of the city. Fitness buffs and nature lovers will love Vinings’ proximity to outdoor activities. The Silver Comet Trail is 61.5 miles and is visited by bikers, joggers, walkers and roller-bladers.


Children in Vinings are zoned for the highly ranked Cobb County public school system. Campbell Middle and North Atlanta High Schools both offer an Internal Baccalaureate (IB) Program. Campbell High School has also earned a spot as one of the top three schools in the state of Georgia and one of the best high schools in the United States. Private school students might attend Covenant Christian School, Whitfield Academy, Westminster Schools or The Lovett School.
  • Argyle and Teasley Elementary Schools
  • Campbell Middle School
  • North Atlanta High School
  • The Lovett School
  • Trinity School
  • The Westminster School

Things To Do

  • Chattahoochee River
  • Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
  • Cumberland Mall and Akers Mill shopping
  • Historic places – The Pace House, the Old Pavilion and the Yarbrough House
  • Silver Comet Trail
  • The Old Vinings Inn
  • Vinings Jubilee – historic district with shopping
  • Vinings Tour of Homes
With arts, parks and historical centers, Vinings is full of attractions and located near the Chattahoochee River. As the site of several outdoor festivals, parades, concerts and farmers markets, Vinings is the ideal escape from the stress and strife of the big city. You can mingle for brunch at charming sidewalk cafés or meet friends for cocktails at lively night spots. You can also enjoy world-class cuisine at the Orient Express, housed in an old train car, or at Canoe, a top restaurant that overlooks the river. Outdoor lovers will also appreciate the access to the Silver Comet Trail and the Chattahoochee River.

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