About Inman Park
Inman Park was once known only for its dark side and dilapidated houses. Truly a phoenix rising from the flames, this small neighborhood has reclaimed its place within the heart of Atlanta. Inman Park boasts of a warm welcoming atmosphere that can be found in every establishment and home that is nestled within this inner city oasis. It is now a place where the residents go above and beyond to make their neighborhood a shining example of American life today and the glory of yesteryear. Founded just after the civil war, Inman Park is rich in history and culture. The curving streets and large lots are evidence of a vision realized and a pictorial testament of what can be accomplished when a community pulls together. This thriving community gives a glimpse into what the old south was like and is placed just two miles from downtown Atlanta. Culture and entertainment is not lacking in Inman Park. Festivals and historical landmarks are an integral part of this down-to-earth suburb. During the last weekend in April thousands of visitors are a part of a neighborhood tradition that entails a grand parade and art showcases. There is also a tour of homes, dance festival, and musical performances during this two day event. Beautifully restored to its original glory, the Inman Park Bed & Breakfast gives any visitor a genuinely luxurious experience. Situated near everything, it offers an authentic southern living experience for the discerning traveler. There are many neighborhoods that are worth driving through, but Inman Park is one that beckons more than a casual glance.
Events in Inman Park
Seinfeld Trivia Night at Guac y Margys
at Guac y Margys
HEELLLLOOOOOO Seinfeld Fans! You keep an unadorned, aluminum pole in your attic in lieu of a Christmas tree. You expect a burst of unembodied applause every time you enter a room. You still think the Benes dance is the only reliable way to attract a mate.