The 7 Best Atlanta Instagrammable

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Atlanta

A city with Southern charm and world-class sophistication, Atlanta has funky art, historical buildings and trendy neighbourhoods. Some of Atlanta’s most Instagrammable spots, these are the places that will add vibrancy to your Insta feed.

Spend more time sippin’ on sweet tea and less time researching with our guide to the most photogenic spaces in ATL.

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1. High Museum of Art

The High Museum of Art is the Southeast’s leading art museum and home to a great collection of historical and contemporary art, special exhibitions, and celebrated architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.

Your snaps will look great both in and outside the museum.


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2. Atlanta BeltLine

The BeltLine is a former railway corridor that’s now home to Art on the BeltLine, the Southeast’s largest temporary public art project. There’s always a new mural or piece of art on the trail.

Be sure to pick up a coffee from Three Heart Coffee Roaster before you get ‘gramming.


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3. The Roof of The Clermont

There’s skyline views for days and neon glowing lights on the rooftop of this slick hotel. As well as scenic views, you can enjoy frosé in the summer, hot toddies in the fall and good vibes all year ’round. A must-visit spot for an Atlanta Instagrammable photo.


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4. Jackson Street Bridge

The Jackson Street bridge has long been a beloved spot for locals, photographers, and tourists to take in one of Atlanta’s best views of the downtown skyline. It was even used as the basis for the poster for season 1 of The Walking Dead.

Head there at sunset or dusk for the best light for photos.


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5. The Fox Theatre

Atlanta’s Fox Theatre is one of the magnificent movie palaces built in the United States during the 1920s. Take a guided tour through time, rock out to your favourite artist or comedian, or catch a Broadway play at this iconic Atlanta venue.


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6. Momonoki

If you’re looking for a place where the food looks – and tastes – out of this world, this Japanese comfort food joint is perfect. There’s Ramen, Tsukemen (dipping ramen) Donburi (raw/cooked rice bowls), Katsu Sando (Japanese cutlet sandwiches) and matcha soft serve.


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7. Ponce City Market

The old Sears building, Ponce City Market is a now a vibrant community hub with a  Central Food Hall that has lots of things to eat. There’s also a carnival-style rooftop park with an 18-hole mini golf course, boardwalk-style games, craft cocktails and an artists market.

Plus, dog-friendly brunches and a speakeasy bar. Photo ops galore.


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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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