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Atlanta/Inman Park

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Inman Park is a forested neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta most known for its Victorian mansions and Little Five Points business district.


Inman Park includes two national historic districts: the Inman Park Historic District, and the Inman Park-Moreland Historic District. It's located to the east of the Old Fourth Ward, south of Poncey-Highland and west of Candler Park neighborhoods of Atlanta. It is bounded on the south by the Eastern Continental Divide and is one of the highest areas of Atlanta.

Get in[edit]

Inman Park is adjacent to the Inman Park/Reynoldstown (E3) MARTA Station.

It's accessible from the Moreland Ave exit on I-20, north to Euclid Ave. Drivers can also exit I-75/85 at Freedom Parkway, then take the Carter Library exit to N. Highland or to Moreland Ave.



  • Inman Park Festival. The is one of the largest neighborhood festivals in Atlanta. It takes place every April and includes concerts, a parade, a street fair and a neighborhood tour of homes.




  • Miso Izakaya, 619 Edgewood Ave SE. Japanese style pub that offers selections of sake, beer, sushi, and yakitori (skewed chicken on a stick).



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