6 Unique And Unusual Sites To See In Atlanta That You Didn’t Know Existed
Can you believe these places are in Atlanta?
If you've lived in Atlanta for a while or have visited the city extensively, it can feel like you've already seen everything there is to see. You may have been to all the major attractions, gone to the coolest bars in town, and walked down all the famous streets with your besties in tow, but not so fast. There are probably several Atlanta unusual attractions you've never heard of.
That's why we've compiled a list of six unique and unusual sites that you may not have visited yet. Get your friends together and head out to see these super cool and largely undiscovered spots. You never know what you might find when you get off the beaten track.
1. Doll's Head Trail
Address: 1305 S River Industrial Blvd SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
Why You Need To Go: Halloween may be over, but this creepy and unusual hiking trail is a cool spot to visit all year round. It's located at Constitution Lakes Park, just a few miles from Downtown Atlanta. You'll find lots of creepy dolls, displays, and even handwritten messages.
2. Trap Music Museum
Address: 630 Travis St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Why You Need To Go: Atlanta is the home of trap music, which is why the Trap Music Museum is located right here in the city. Not only is this place totally Insta-worthy, but you can learn a lot about your favorite artists when you visit. Just keep in mind that there may be a line.
Price: Free to browse
Address: 617 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306
Why You Need To Go: Remember when Blockbuster was a thing? Those days are long gone, but you can still rent movies from this local fave. Find everything from new releases to avant garde films you've never heard of.
Starlight Six Drive-In Theater
Address: 2000 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
Why You Need To Go: Forget your everyday movie theater. Pile into someone's car and go see a movie at the Starlight Six Drive-In Theater. Make sure you check the website so you know what's playing on the big screen.
Price: Free to look around
Address: 464 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Why You Need To Go: You never know what you're going to find at Junkman's Daughter in Little Five Points. Whether you actually want to go shopping for a new look or you're just looking for a place to burn some time, this is a must-visit spot in the city.
Krog Street Tunnel
Address: 1 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Why You Need To Go: You'll always find people taking photos (and graffitiing) in the Krog Street Tunnel. It's easy to walk to from several hot spots in town, and you can get someone to snap a cute shot of you when you visit.