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07/02/2013

Uncover Underground Atlanta -- The Historic Shopping & Dining District of Atlanta

Discover Underground Atlanta, the shopping and dining hub that inhabits the site of Georgia’s first railroad (the Zero Milepost is still there to prove it!). Located above and below the viaducts created in Atlanta to accommodate automobile traffic, Underground Atlanta is known for its fantastic storefronts, restaurants and events.

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50 Upper Alabama Street

Atlanta, GA 30303

Underground Atlanta, home of the New Year’s Eve Peach Drop, is a six-block entertainment district featuring a variety of stores and restaurants for every palate. Events include Eat Street Wednesdays which brings a number of local food trucks to Underground Atlanta, as well as numerous holiday events.

Get to know Underground Atlanta by taking the Walking History Tour, a 50-minute, guided tour of historic sites which provides a glimpse of what it was like in the early 1800s.

Visit the official website here for more on Underground Atlanta shopping and dining.

The Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center hopes you enjoy visiting Underground Atlanta, located a convenient MARTA trip from our hotel. Visit our website for more local attractions or to book an upcoming stay online.

Image Credit: Underground Atlanta

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