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Downtown Atlanta Parking

54 Peachtree Street Southwest, Atlanta, GA, 30303

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100 Ted Turner Dr. NW - Lot
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Parking Rates Near Downtown Atlanta

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$16 - $25
Weekend Parking$16 - $36
Event Parking$20 - $36
Overnight Parking$25 - $48

Parking Near Downtown Atlanta

Take a trip to Atlanta and experience the magic of this cultural center of the South. Downtown Atlanta is a business district where modern skyscrapers share space with historic buildings from the 19th century. The Atlanta streetcar system delivers a unique way to experience the sights and sounds of downtown, while Atlanta's light rail, MARTA, gives visitors easy access to the rest of the city and beyond.

Downtown is home to the Georgia State Capitol, a stunning architectural landmark with a distinctive gold dome. Sports fans rejoice: this neighborhood hosts several stadiums, including the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the State Farm Arena, and the Georgia State University stadium. The Tabernacle, close to the Hotel District, hosts A-list musical and comedy acts year-round.

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How do you pay for parking?

You can pay with coins and credit cards at all pay stations and parking meters. Some pay stations will accept cash, but not all. It is not necessary to display your receipt on the dashboard.

What are some must-see attractions in Downtown Atlanta?

The Georgia Aquarium, the National College Football Hall of Fame, and the World of Coca Cola are excellent tourist destinations that people of all ages will love.

What else is Downtown Atlanta known for?

This neighborhood is known for its vibrant and colorful murals. There is also the Centennial Olympic Park featuring fountains and sculptures that celebrate when the city hosted the Olympics in 1996. 

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