Earth Day Clean-Up 2012

Hundreds of dedicated volunteers came out for Earth Day Clean-Up 2012 to clear the way for the Atlanta BeltLine Urban Farm in southwest Atlanta.

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The Atlanta BeltLine

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Atlanta BeltLine Bus Tours

Hop on the Atlanta BeltLine Tour

The Atlanta BeltLine Bus Tour offers a unique glimpse into the exciting developments along the Atlanta BeltLine. Ride in comfort while learning about the events that brought the Atlanta BeltLine into being, the latest projects happening along the Atlanta BeltLine, and the incredible long-term plans for the entire 22-mile corridor. It is truly the quickest, easiest, and most relaxing way to immerse yourself in the details surrounding the city's most comprehensive urban renewal program in its history, so hop on the bus!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership offers free, narrated bus tours of the Atlanta BeltLine on Friday and Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Take a ride while you learn about the Atlanta BeltLine concept, its history, and updates on project planning, implementation and development. Witness first-hand the transformative effect the Atlanta BeltLine is having on the surrounding neighborhoods. There simply is no better way to learn about all that the Atlanta BeltLine has to offer this city.


Group Tours

Groups are limited to 15 or less participants on regularly scheduled tour dates; however, we can accommodate some group participation on our Friday and Saturday tours. If you have a larger group, please contact Alexia Wynn directly at tours@atlbeltlinepartnership.org or 404-446-4400 so we can work with you to determine touring options.

As a non-profit organization with limited resources, we can only offer a small number of group tours each year. We thank you for your support and your understanding as we try to provide as many group tours as possible. Your group may qualify for a free tour if:

  • You have 30 passengers to fill the bus. Due to cost we cannot provide a tour for groups smaller than bus capacity. We also cannot provide tours for more than 30 participants.
  • You are a non-profit, government, or community-based organization or a for-profit organization with a community focus.
  • You are not charging participants to take the tour.
  • You are taking the tour for educational purposes and are not attempting to market or sell your organization, its products or its services.
  • You are not requesting changes to our standard tour route or content.

If we are unable to offer you a free tour, your group can still choose to pay for the cost of the tour if the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has a guide available. Please contact Alexia Wynn directly at tours@atlbeltlinepartnership.org or 404-446-4400 for details.


Frequently Asked Questions

All the reservations are full. Is there a wait list?

No, we are not able to keep a wait list, and we realize our tours fill up fast. However, we do receive cancellations, and we do release these seats as soon as they are available. You can check for available seats on the tour registration web site. We also post notifications of available seats on our Facebook page.

Do you accept walk-ups on the morning of the tour?

You are welcome to arrive early on the morning of a tour and try to walk on. If people who made a reservation do not arrive by 9:25 a.m., we will give these seats away on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are still not able to get a seat, we encourage you to check back beginning at 9:00 a.m. on the 15th of each month to make a reservation for the following month.


Atlanta BeltLine Self-Guided Tour

If you want to explore the Atlanta BeltLine on your own, the Atlanta BeltLine Self-Guided Tour is the best way to do it! The six files below include an introduction for the tour, tour directions and maps for each of the five geographic areas of the Atlanta BeltLine. The tour directions start with the Southeast section and go clockwise around the BeltLine. Enjoy the tour!

DocumentDescription
1 – Self-Guided Tour: Southeast SegmentTour map of Inman Park/Reynoldstown Marta Station to I-75/85
2 – Self-Guided Tour: Southwest SegmentTour map of I-75/85 to I-20
3 – Self-Guided Tour: Westside SegmentTour map of I-20 to W. Marietta Street
4 – Self-Guided Tour: Northside SegmentTour map of W. Marietta Street to I-85/Monroe Drive
5 – Self-Guided Tour: Northeast SegmentTour map of I-85/Monroe Drive to Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA Station
Tour Details
  • Reservations for the following month open at 9:00 a.m. on the 15th of each current month.
  • Tours depart from the Inman Park MARTA station promptly at 9:30 a.m. and return by 12:30 p.m. (Tours include a brief rest stop in West End)
  • Inman Park MARTA station is located at 1055 Dekalb Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 (get a map and directions or take MARTA to the station).
  • Reservations are required. Participants must check in by 9:15 a.m.
  • Tours provide the only public access to Bellwood Quarry, the future site of Westside Reservoir and Park.
Register for a Bus Tour

We book Atlanta BeltLine tours one month at a time. The reservation system opens at 9 a.m. on the 15th of each month for the following month's tour dates.

Register

Get More Info

Questions? Please contact:

Alexia Wynn
Tour Coordinator
tours@atlbeltlinepartnership.org
404-446-4400

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The bus tour is the perfect way to get an overview of the Atlanta BeltLine, and after learning about all that the Atlanta BeltLine has to offer, you'll surely want to share the details with all your friends! Our postcard set features ten amazing sights, events, and iconic locations along the Atlanta BeltLine. Take the tour, and then help spread the word! Buy a set of postcards →