Bike Tours: are scheduled to resume April 2017 – watch for additional information.
Register for a Tour
Register for a bus, bike or an arboretum walking tour. Use our booking calendar to find availability and to register for any of our tours.
A crowd picnics in the greenspace at Gordon White Park for an Art on the Atlanta BeltLine event.
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Bike Tours: are scheduled to resume spring 2017 – watch for additional information.
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Atlanta BeltLine Tour
Environmentally and ADA
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership offers narrated handicapped accessible bus tours of the Atlanta BeltLine. Reservations are required. Please review the tour details below for tour registration, and check out our FAQs for general questions. Group and private tours are available; details are listed below. The Atlanta BeltLine bus is operated and maintained through our partnership with Greene Worldwide Transportation.
About the Bus
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s tour program operates with a natural gas-powered, ADA accessible tour bus funded through contributions from 10th & Monroe, LLC, SunTrust Bank Trusteed Foundations – Florence C. and Harry L. English Memorial Fund and Thomas Guy Woolford Charitable Trust, and AGL Resources. Read more →
Tour Departure Location
We are able to accommodate one wheelchair on our bus tour. Please note you must inform us ahead of time so that the proper accommodations can be made. To reserve ADA accessible seat email us at email@example.com or call us at 404-446-4400.
If you have reserved an ADA accessible seat please arrive at 9:00am to allow sufficient time to board the bus.
On regularly scheduled tour dates, we can accommodate limited group participation for groups of 15 or fewer participants. If you have a larger group, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message for us on our Tours Hotline at 404-446-4400 so we can work with you to determine touring options.
Private tours are available most days, pending bus and tour guide availability. Private tours can accommodate up to 32 guests per tour, and are subject to a tour fee (nonprofit rates are available). As a nonprofit organization with limited resources, we are unable to offer free private tours. We thank you for your support and your understanding as we try to provide as many private group tours as possible.
If you have any questions, please contact Alice Weston at email@example.com or 404-446-4404.
To learn more about private tour options, and to inquire about availability, please complete the following form and our tour coordinator will reach out to you within one business day.
If your specific question is not addressed here, please contact Alice Weston, Tour Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy fresh air, new city views, fascinating Atlanta history, and every season of horticulture interest! Come walk the Atlanta BeltLine with an expertly trained Trees Atlanta Docent and learn firsthand from a well-trained expert to learn about Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum. These walking tours explore the Eastside Trail with a strong focus on the horticultural collections and interesting facts about the Atlanta BeltLine. A walking tour of the Atlanta BeltLine is the best way to see the progress and be active at the same time!
Tour Departure Location
Attire & What to Bring
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership offers free, guided bike tours of the Atlanta BeltLine on Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. Enjoy the ride while you learn about the Atlanta BeltLine concept, history, and updates on project planning, implementation and development.
These tours will include rest stops highlighting assets and points of interest along the Atlanta BeltLine. Staff will lead the rides, and each group will have a ride sweep to help with any unexpected mechanical difficulties.
We highly encourage walk-ons and would love for you to still join us even if you haven’t registered! In the event that there are no scheduled participants, the tour will be canceled and only registered names will be notified.
Cancellations must be made by customers 48-hours prior to the scheduled tour via phone call (404-446-4412) or email (email@example.com) in order to receive a full refund. Groups of 5 of more must give one weeks notice for a full refund. No shows at the bus by customers on the day of the tour are non-refundable or exchangeable. When you reserve a tour seat, we do not book anyone else for that time slot.
What to Bring
Riders should bring a multi-geared bicycle in good working condition, wear comfortable clothing, wear a helmet, and bring a water bottle. If you don’t have your own bike yet, rental options are available at Mountain High Outfitters at Ponce City Market for Saturday’s tour and WeCycle Atlanta for Sunday’s tour.
Bike Rental Options
Participants wishing to rent a bike for Saturday’s tour do not need to make a reservation with Mountain High Outfitters, but must arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour start in order to secure a bike. (For those interested in renting a bike from Mountain High Outfitters, please see flyer with list of rental fees.)
Participants wishing to rent a bike for Sunday’s tour do not need to make a reservation with WeCycle Atlanta, but must arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour start in order to secure a bike.
Get More Info
Questions? Please contact: Alice Weston, Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message for us on our Tours Hotline at 404-446-4400.