Virginia-Highland, or “VaHi” consists of four distinct “villages” connected by tree-lined walkable blocks. Virginia Highland has been voted “Favorite Neighborhood Overall” by Atlanta Magazine and the “Best Walkable Neighborhood” by Creative Loafing. The Virginia-Highland Historic District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places with homes noted for their Craftsman, Colonial Revival and English Vernacular Revival styles.


Virginia-Highland is acclaimed for its diverse and unique shopping where you can find trend-setting apparel, local art, whimsical accessories, gourmet food and unique furniture. The area is also popular for its outdoor cafes and weekend nightlife. Virginia-Highland is chocked full of green space and hidden parks that house many festivals every year.


Virginia-Highland boasts some of the best public schools in the Atlanta Public System Virginia-Highland is also close to some of 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 and Henry W. Grady is home to four learning academies: Biotechnology and Engineering, Business/Entrepreneurship, Communication/Journalism, and Public Policy/Justice.
  • Morningside and Springdale Park Elementary Schools
  • Inman Park Middle School
  • Henry W. Grady High School
  • Heritage Preparatory School
  • The Children’s School
  • The Paideia School

Things To Do

  • Atlanta BeltLine
  • Fire Station 19 – Atlanta’s oldest operating fire station
  • Local parks – John Howell, Orme and North Highland
  • Piedmont Park – Atlanta’s popular public park
  • Ponce City Market
  • Summerfest – a neighborhood arts and music festival (June)
  • Virginia-Highland villages – boutique shops and restaurants
  • Virginia-Highland Tour of Homes
Virginia-Highland has something for everyone. Many of Atlanta’s top restaurants and bars are located along tree-lined Highland Avenue, and the area is second only to Buckhead for evening activities. You can visit one of the local farmer’s markets or have a picnic in one of the many local parks. Afterwards, head into one of the main districts to mingle with friends or tourists at a charming sidewalk café or have cocktails at lively nightspot. Virginia-Highland is known for its festivals including the Virginia-Highland Summerfest, St Patrick’s Day at Limerick Junction and other special events that bring in thousands of people each year.

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