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Street Art: Atlanta BeltLine Neighborhood

TAGS: Art Contemporary Outdoor Food
Mon 12/13/2021 - Mon 1/31/2022

Take a walk on Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail and not only will you find amazing stops for shopping and dining, but the stroll is filled with murals from art OGs like HENSE, Peter Ferrari, Greg Mike and more. There are also quite a few pieces to be seen in the Virginia Highland/Poncey Highland neighborhood just off the trail on Ponce de Leon Avenue.

The newer section of the Atlanta BeltLine Westside trail is a scenic, tree-lined and art-filled space perfect for a leisurely stroll or bike ride. Be sure to go through the tunnel under the Lucille bridge for a giant splash of color. “The Highball Artist” by Hadley Breckenridge is railroad slang to for train engineers that go fast — a perfect nod to the BeltLine’s railroad roots.

Where to start: Atlanta BeltLine Eastside trail entrance at 10th Street and Monroe Drive walking toward Ponce City Market and farther to Krog Street Market. Westside trail access from Washington Park at Lena street south to University Avenue.

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