Okay, we already know there’s a lot for you to do and see in Atlanta… but here’s the real question: What are best places to take pictures in Atlanta for the ‘gram?

Location is everything when you’re trying to create solid content for your feed. So let’s just cut to the chase… here are 11 of the most Instagrammable spots in Atlanta for you to check out!



1. Café Intermezzo


Travel back in time to 19th century Vienna with a visit to this European coffeehouse.

You can expect to take an intermission or intermezzo (see what they did) from the hustle and bustle of life with the serious Parisian café vibes.

From breakfast to late-night appetizers – this is one of the best places to take pictures in Atlanta for all the #foodies and #coffeelovers!



2. Atlanta Botanical Garden


Plants can really add a little something extra to your photos from their vibrancy and different textures. A trip to a botanical garden is the easiest way to step up your Insta-game!

Adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown, this botanical garden has over 30 acres of greenery for you to explore.



3. Krog Street Tunnel

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Want to add a pop of color to your feed? Head to this tunnel to check out some of the most striking, detailed wall art from local artists!

Hands down, this is one of the best places to photograph in Atlanta!



4. Ponce City Market

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Whether you’re looking to get some retail therapy in or you’re just looking for a spot to grab a bite, there’s definitely something for everyone at this mixed-use development.

Oh, don’t forget to check out Skyline Park while you’re there, a carnival-style rooftop attraction is not something you want to miss!



5. Georgia Aquarium


Beluga whales? Check. Sea otters? Check. Dolphins? Check.

From African penguins to thousands of other animals and exotic fish, you get the chance to photograph every sea creature you’ve ever imagined!



6. Centennial Olympic Park


Experience this city’s rich history with a visit to this public park which was originally built for the 1996 Olympic Games.

Because of its close proximity to other popular tourist attractions like the World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium, there’s no excuse to miss this!



7. High Museum of Art


Going for an artsy vibe?

Step up your Insta-game with a trip to this striking porcelain-enameled building. Surprisingly, there’s much more for you to marvel at on the inside – featuring American, European and African art, and photography.

Because of the stunning architectural elements found in both its interior and exterior space, this museum is one of the best places to photograph in Atlanta!



8. Junkman’s Daughter

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Always thrifting?

If the answer’s yes – you’re going to love this novelty shop. You can spend the afternoon digging for treasure through all the antiques and other retro stuff (in between photo ops).



9. Stone Mountain Park


If you love being outdoors, this is where you need to be! It’s definitely a spot you want to bring the entire family so you can bond over all sorts of recreational activities.

There’s hiking, kayaking, SUP, and the list just keeps on going.



10. Jackson Street Bridge


This bridge might look familiar if you’re a fan of The Walking Dead.

It’s become one of the most popular places to take pictures in Atlanta because of its spectacular view of the city skyline.

Just make sure you watch out for traffic!



11. Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail


This trail can take you from Ponce City Market to Krog Street Market!

It’s a great place to take a stroll, but there’s also so much going on in this area. Besides getting some fresh air and exercise, you can find a bunch of dining spots and bars along the way.