InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
Start your day at Caffe Americano, featuring a menu of classic breakfast items and some of Chef Scott Conant's personal favorites. As the day progresses, explore Buckhead’s stylish shopping scene at Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square Mall. Discover iconic American brands interspersed with designer boutiques and major department stores. Art lovers should head to Midtown's High Museum of Art. The gallery’s vast collection includes masterpieces by the likes of Monet and Warhol. Enjoy the afternoon strolling through the tranquil Atlanta Botanical Garden in Piedmont Park. Take in the natural beauty of its breathtaking landscapes and fragrant blooms in the heart of Atlanta.
Immerse yourself in Atlanta's culture with a walk or bike ride along the Atlanta Beltline. The winding trails lead past lush parks and fascinating public art sculptures. As you walk down the Beltline, find yourself at the Krog Street Market mesmerized by gourmet food stalls overflowing with Southern staples and global foods. This is the perfect place to enjoy lunch. Head to downtown Atlanta and visit the World of Coca-Cola. Learn about the world's most popular beverage company and its secret formula stored inside the Vault. Finish the by tasting Coca-Cola products from all around the globe. Stroll through the Centennial Park District in Downtown Atlanta with entertainment venues, restaurants, and professional sports teams, and Centennial Olympic Park.
As evening falls, enjoy dining with friends at our signature hotel restaurant, The Americano, serving more than 200 wines. Step out onto Peachtree Street and enjoy culinary and cocktail experiences at Buckhead’s chic restaurants and lounges. Attend a concert at the iconic Buckhead Theatre or see the industry’s biggest names play live under the stars at Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park.
Discover this iconic European inspired neighborhood, located between Piedmont Road, Peachtree Road, and Pharr Road. Buckhead Village offers chic, cosmopolitan energy with global culinary experiences, scenic outdoor spaces and luxury shopping. Things to Do in Buckhead Village: Shop elegant designer stores and boutiques, including brands like Dior and Jimmy Choo. Relax on The Veranda at the corner of Bolling Way and Buckhead Avenue, a gathering place for performances and special events.
Truist Park at The Battery Atlanta
Home to Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves, Truist Park is a state-of-the-art baseball stadium located 8.6 miles from InterContinental® Buckhead Atlanta. Opened in 2017 in Cobb County, Truist Park blends the feel of a classic ballpark with innovative amenities for an unsurpassed fan experience. With 41,000 seats, the park is the perfect setting for baseball games, other sports events, and concerts. Truist Park features over 9,000 game-day parking spots and 14 access points. The entire ballpark is LEED silver certified. Things to Do in Truist Park: Enjoy exciting Atlanta Braves home games and cheer on our home team. Shop at the Braves Clubhouse Store at Truist Park for apparel, caps, and gifts. Enjoy food, drinks, and craft beer at the lounges, restaurants, terraces, and concession stands across Truist Park. Take a behind-the-scenes tour and see artifacts and exhibits throughout Truist Park, including the Braves Hall of Fame.
Atlanta History Center
Located in the Buckhead district, the Atlanta History Center is a museum and research center that showcases the city's historical relevance. It was founded in 1926 to preserve the rich history and culture of this vibrant Southern city. One of the Southeast’s largest history museums, the Atlanta History Center features historic houses, elegant gardens, and award-winning exhibitions. Did You Know? Atlanta History Center includes Cyclorama: The Big Picture, the Centennial Olympic Games Museum; the Kenan Research Center. It also has a Coca-Cola Cafe, BRASH Coffee, and museum gift shop. The history center has 33 acres of beautiful gardens, wildlife trails, and woodlands. Things to Do at the Atlanta History Center: Explore Goizueta Gardens with 33 acres of native gardens, woodlands, and trails. See the magnificent Swan House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Attend history lectures with award-winning authors. Tour the Margaret Michelle House in Midtown, where Margaret Mitchell wrote her Pulitzer Prize winning novel “Gone With the Wind.”
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta, Atlanta Botanical Garden is a 30-acre oasis with small, themed gardens, various plant collections and shady woodlands. The garden features beautiful roses, herbs, conifers, carnivorous plants, and many varieties of plants. Atlanta Botanical Garden also features the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory, Children's Garden, and Fuqua Orchid Center. Did you know? It was incorporated in 1976, following the petition of citizens of Atlanta in 1973. The garden exhibits 38 sculptures in 16 installation scenes in the Midtown and Gainesville gardens. The Chess Set in the garden and its 17 sculptures were transported to Atlanta from Montreal, Canada, using four tractor-trailers. The first permanent structure was built in 1985 called The Gardenhouse. Things to do at the Atlanta Botanical Garden: Stroll the Kendeda Canopy Walk and enjoy the incredible views of Storza Woods. Enjoy the scenery of Piedmont Park and the water lilies. Explore the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory featuring tropical and desert plants that simulate global climates. Visit the Skyline Garden in the neighborhood of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.