3 Hot Stops on the Atlanta Streetcar

Now that you’ve been informed on the Atlanta Streetcar, we want to show you how you can take advantage of it. We love the transportation hybrid of the Streetcar. It’s not just about getting here to there - it’s an experience, which is great for commuters and even better for visitors. The Streetcar goes through some of Atlanta’s oldest, most famous neighborhoods - it would be a pity not to step off and walk around awhile. We’ve got a few stops you might want to make on your Atlanta Streetcar journey.


MLK Historic Site/Ebenezer Baptist Church

Auburn Ave is a symbol of the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta, and only two city blocks holds Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood home, The Ebeneezer Baptist Church where he preached, and The MLK Jr. Historic Site where he is laid to rest. How amazing is that? Do yourself a favor and hop off at Auburn Ave, take a right, and walk the same steps of a man that changed history.


Centennial Park

This park was built for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and still hosts some of the city’s most popular concerts and events.There’s an aptly-designed Olympic rings fountain, some excellent green space, and is within eye-shot of CNN, The Georgia Aquarium, and the World of Coke. It’s an Atlanta sandwich, basically.


Sweet Auburn Curb Market

If you read our blog on old Atlanta Landmarks (and why wouldn’t you?), Sweet Auburn Curb Market  should have a familiar place in your heart. If you didn’t, Sweet Auburn Curb Market is a place that features fresh produce and unique food stands, so it’s a great place to catch lunch and take a walk! Some of Atlanta’s most unique and amazing eats call Sweet Auburn Curb Market home.


The Streetcar is bringing a much-needed transportation overhaul to Atlanta’s downtown area, an area brimming with some of the city’s biggest destinations. The Streetcar route is also providing a boost to the neighborhoods it goes through, increasing business development, shops and green spaces.

Christine Adams is a copywriter, honorary Atlanta native, lover of ugly animals, introvert dynamo, and frito pie enthusiast. Her work can be found on the internets without much trouble.