Atlanta is full of picturesque locations to boost your feed on all of your social media platforms. Here’s a list of Spot’s top places to take a bomb photo for the ‘gram. Student Travelers (especially those that are film and photography majors) will love Atlanta for its amazing locations. Did we mention we also have a plethora of Spots in the ATL? They’re sprinkled all over the Atlanta area on our app.
1. Jackson Street Bridge
Jackson St NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
This wouldn’t be an ATL list without a spot overlooking one of the most beautiful views of this top Southern city. Everyone from models and business owners to college students stops here to snap a glorious photo of themselves on top of the world.
2. Krog Street Tunnel
1 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Be a true ATLien and have a photo session in this industrial location. The colorful graffiti, murals and overall vibe of the place will give you some of the coolest insta posts you’ll ever have.
3. Ponce City Market
675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE
Located in a beautiful historic building, people travel far and wide to this mixed-use mall. Its a local hangout spot for young professionals, Georgia Tech and Georgia State Students and everyone in between. PCM has rooftop views (21 and up, because of the bar), but the interior is just as breathtaking. There are textured walls, exposed beams and all of the “I’m not trying too hard but so totally am” stuff everyone loves to post. Get lost in the impeccable architecture both inside and outside of the building.
4. Piedmont Park
1320 Monroe Drive NE
Atlanta’s “Central Park” is one of the most breathtaking locations for all of your insta feed boosting needs. College students far and wide come to use this space for studying; families come bring their kids and pets while enjoying the fresh air. Tourists travel here for all of the exciting festivals and excitement. Wander around here on your next adventure and get lost in the beauty of this piece of heaven. Piedmont Park also has killer spaces to lay out and chill during your spring break, whether you’re traveling to the city or live here!
5. “atlanta” part of the Atlanta Humane Society
981 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
This one takes a little editing and cropping but this minimal black and white atlanta sign is perfect for the ones that love a simple and clean photo. This mural actually spells out “Atlanta Humane Society”. Dogs and dope photos? Score.
6. Atlanta Made Wall
Westside Provisions District 1187 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, GA 30318
You may not have been ATL made, but you can definitely be ATL inspired! During your weekend trip down here, check out this colorful wall.
7. Vintage Coca-Cola Sign
Olympia Building, 25 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Located on Georgia State University’s campus, this sign is actually attached to a Walgreen’s Pharmacy! Take a stroll around downtown ATL on your trip and take a photo in front of this adorable sign.
8. Atlanta Isn’t Perfect
151 Ted Turner Dr. NW, Atlanta, GA
We Beg to Differ.
9. Rush Hour Mural
This mural is located at the corner of Edgewood Ave and Boulevard.
Atlanta has a lot of great qualities…. Traffic isn’t one of them, your Spots host will probably tell you that. Take a walk down and snap a pic at this pop art style piece of street art.
10. Welcome to Atlanta
Atlanta mural at the Glenn Hotel in Downtown Atlanta.
Another mural that makes traveling worth it. One of the best signs in Atlanta to snap a photo in front of to remember your stay.
11. Atlanta Beltline
Eastside BeltLine Trail, Atlanta, GA 30312
You can bike, walk, run or skateboard down this gem. The Beltline could honestly make up this entire list of instagrammable places but, we didn’t want to be basic here at Spots. We go the extra mile for y’all. The Beltline connects to Ponce City Market (surprise), take some photos, get some grub, then snap some more photos. Because did you even travel if you didn’t take pictures and record every second on Snapchat? No? Exactly.
12. Prisms wall
515 Joseph Avenue Southeast Atlanta, GA 30316
13. Little Trouble
1170 Howell Mill RD
This futuristic sake bar with an industrial feel makes it one of the best places to go in the city. In the Westside Provisions District, the restaurant is covered in neon lights.