This Midtown dinner theater provides good food and great Shakespearean entertainment. The Atlanta Shakespeare Company, that manages The New American Shakespeare Tavern, was the first American company to perform at London's Globe Theatre. A traditional English pub meal is offered during the hour before the show. A full bar features Harp, Bass and Guinness, as well as a few wines. Seating is done on a first-come, first-served basis, so arrive early. Call for performance schedule.
This National Historic Landmark was built in 1929 as a Shrine temple, but through most of its storied history, it has served as Atlanta's premier theatrical venue. The Fox Theater is a marvel of Middle Eastern Revival architecture that spans a full city block, it is one of the largest theatres built in America during the golden age of the movies. Today, the theatre maintains a steady schedule of Broadway shows, operas, symphonic performances and rock concerts. Tours are available, but the best way to experience the Fox Theatre is through the night in the town.
Home of the Atlanta Braves, Center Parc Stadium is a must-visit even if you're not into baseball. Built as a multi-purpose facility for the 1996 Olympics, the stadium houses The Braves Museum as well as several restaurants and concession stands. Stop by at Scouts Alley, which has an array of interactive games. Step out and be surrounded by the smell of hot boiled peanuts and their signature battle cry of the tomahawk chop. Tours of the stadium complex are available both during the season and off it.
Having undergone a refurbishment, Georgia Tech McCamish Pavilion, completed in 2012 is a popular basketball arena with a capacity of 8600 spectators. Built in place of the Alexander Memorial Coliseum, it boasts the latest technology and state of the art facilities including chair-back seating and theatrical lighting that ensure a comfortable match experience. The home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men and women's basketball teams, it sees a huge footfall of the local crowd, cheering the teams through the tournament.
Located in a beautifully restored house that dates to 1857, the Hammonds House Museum is dedicated to the mission of preserving the work and heritage of African descent artists. Come view the works of notable local and national artists on full display in the galleries. While you're there, learn more about the history of these under-represented craftsmen in the National Center for the Exhibition. After your visit, take a turn to the Hammonds House Gift Shop, and brighten your home with a print or artifact that has great heritage value.
One woman’s vision, a husband’s dedication and the passion for music is the foundation for the very famous Spivey Hall in Atlanta, Georgia. Named after Emilie and Walter Spivey, the history of Spivy Hll is as interesting as the construction of the spectacular hall. The Hall with its cosy seating, gives the perfect view of the stage, no matter where the seat is and the magnificent pipe organ, installed according to Emilie’s wishes is just breathtaking. The Hall has garnered a lot of importance since the time it began, hosting some wonderful jazz and classical music concerts and made its mark as a premiere venue for music lovers.
Inaugurated in 2017, Mercedes Benz Stadium is an architectural marvel with retractable roofing. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the stadium is home to one of the biggest halo board's in the world. This multi-facility stadium is mainly used for football tournaments and is owned and managed by the AMB Sports and Entertainment Group. They serve as the home ground for the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta United FC and is the proposed venue for several international tournaments. The venue can accommodate up to 75,000 spectators for a single event and is available for private events as well.