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Adams Park features 36.68 acres of rolling hills, mature trees, a small lake, a gymnasium, a basketball court, an exercise room, three picnic shelters, a large-gathering pavilion, a children’s play area, four tennis courts, three little-league…

Inside Cascade Springs Nature Preserve’s 120 acres of green space, a wide trail network explores a tumbling waterfall, a wildlife-filled forest, and trickling springs that feed the park’s many streams. The hilly forest is a retreat from the…

Lionel Hampton-Beecher Hills Park is an unspoiled mature hardwood forest preserve with a multi-use trail, winding through a 54-acres of nature. It also ties into the Lionel Hampton Trail, a north-south connector running through the preserve.

This storefront location is an African America cultural museum, a shrine to Madame C. J. Walker, and is still doing business in the tradition of her entrepreneurial spirit as a hair salon. Ideal for the urban explorer who is attuned to the best in…

Omenala Griot Afrocentric Teaching Museum is an Afrocentric teaching museum in the West End neighborhood of Atlanta. It was founded in 1992. The museum offers visitors a “hands-on” African American experience by seeing, hearing, saying,…

Established in 1975 as the Bush Mountain Outdoor Activity Center, the initial purpose of the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) was to involve children and adults in environmental issues through education about conservation, ecology and the natural…

The Mosaic is a museum like no other. Situated in the heart of Atlanta, in the historic Cascade Heights community, this unique space takes its visitors far beyond the ATL, on a transformative journey around the world. Here you’ll find carefully…