For as much as Lenbrook makes possible on its campus, you’ll want to explore the city. Atlanta is full of things to do and see and the Buckhead area is prime among them.
Start by exploring this Buckhead website. Then look at more exciting and fun opportunities nearby:
Within a short car or bus ride:
Phipps Plaza: As the Southeast's premier upscale shopping center, Phipps Plaza is home to more than 100 specialty stores including Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Jimmy Choo, and Juicy Couture.
Lenox Square Mall: Justly called the shopping mecca of the southeast and less than a mile away.
High Museum of Art (Woodruff Arts Center): American painting and sculpture of the interwar years, 1918 to 1945, is a big acquisition category. It’s a 15-minute drive from Lenbrook.
Atlanta History Center and Swan House: Explore Georgia’s past through award-winning exhibitions. The center also has two historic houses on the property including the famous 1928 Swan House.
Chastain Park: Atlanta’s largest city park is beautiful and tree-filled and includes jogging trails, a horse park and a popular summer concert arena.
In the greater Atlanta area:
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Atlanta Symphony Hall: Enjoy year-round performances by this nationally recognized ensemble, the sixth largest in the country.
The Atlanta Opera at The Cobb Energy Centre: Experience the thrill and dazzle of live opera featuring some of the genre’s brightest young stars.
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum: Here’s a wonderful peek at the old Atlanta in the home of the author of Gone with the Wind.
Centennial Olympic Park: Summer and winter, there’s always something happening.
CNN tour: Watch Morning Express with Robin Meade as it’s being produced.
CDC: Learn about modern medicine’s war on epidemics.
Carter Center: Learn more about humanitarian causes worldwide.
The World of Coca-Cola: Taste a world of flavors you never knew Coke had at the Far Coast Café.
Go Atlanta Braves! Take yourself out to the ball game. (We even have transportation!)
Fox Theater: Built in the 1920's and one of the country’s grandest movie palaces, the Fox still entertains Atlantans with more the 250 shows a years, including live theater, concerts and performances.
Alliance Theater: As the leading production auditorium in the Southeast, the Alliance has been staging the best in American theater since 1968.
Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum: Walk through history including a spectacular cylindrical, panoramic painting of the Civil War Battle of Atlanta.
For natural fun:
Fernbank Museum of Natural History: Their signature exhibition, A Walk Through Time in Georgia, tells the two-fold story of Georgia's natural history and the development of our planet.
Georgia Aquarium: "The world's largest and most engaging Aquarium."
Atlanta Botanical Garden: A beautiful place to be on summer mornings.
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area: Take a walk, watch families floating down the river.
Two golf challenges beyond par (day fees):
Area Country Clubs:
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