The heart of the arts is found in Midtown. Each year, more than six million guests visit the largest concentration of cultural venues in the Southeast right here.
With 25 different arts and cultural venues, more than 30 permanent performing arts groups, and 22 various entertainment facilities, Midtown features the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations in the Southeast. Visitors and residents alike flock to the Woodruff Arts Center, the country's third-largest arts campus , and home to the Tony award-winning Alliance Theatre, the Grammy-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the world-renowned High Museum of Art.
Midtown's galleries, museums and theaters feature sophisticated and exciting exhibitions and performances. The fabulous Fox Theatre features 300 performances each year ranging from ballet to rock & roll and Broadway. Midtown also boasts the 14th Street Playhouse, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) and the unique Center for Puppetry Arts, the largest organization in the U.S. solely dedicated to the art of puppet theater.
Relax or play in "Atlanta's back yard," Piedmont Park, one of the South's greatest parks. Wander through the majestic Atlanta Botanical Garden. See the birthplace of Margaret Mitchell, author of"Gone with the Wind." Rock to Music Midtown or one of many special events and festivals. Or take in one of many cultural experiences located within the district.
Midtown is also a short distance from other major Atlanta attractions, including The Georgia Aquarium (.8 miles), World of Coca-Cola (.8 miles), Georgia State Stadium (2.7 miles), The Mercedes-Benz Stadium (1.2 miles), and Georgia World Congress Center (1.3 miles)
Share in our celebration of inspirational lives, historical moments, and passionate compositions. See why Midtown is the heart of the arts.