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Inman Park

Hotels near Inman Park, Atlanta (Georgia), United States .

The land that is now known as Inman Park was the site of many Civil War clashes. Afterwards, it became one of the city's first planned suburban areas, and began to be developed by entrepreneur Joel Hurt. Hurt's vision was one of a residential area replete with numerous parks giving it the feeling of a countryside atmosphere, but with easy access to a central business zone, and so he began landscaping the area, and soon, Victorian-style mansions were developed on it. He also created one of the first streetcar systems in the United States, to transport passengers from their residences to their places of work. The area saw a decline in the early 1900s, as the city's elite migrated northwards and the old Victorian homes fell into disrepair. Happily, though, a large-scale restoration project began in the 1970s to recapture the original splendor of Inman Park, and today it is a testament to the city's proud history, and the home to one of the biggest street festivals in Atlanta, the Inman Park Festival. On the last weekend in April, people come out in droves to participate in the parade, listen to street musicians, and marvel at a wide selection of arts, crafts, and antiques.

Nearby hotel options for this historic district include the Inman Park Bed and Breakfast, and the Sugar Magnolia Bed and Breakfast.






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Georgia Dome
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia State Capitol
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
High Museum of Art
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Institute of Paper and Science Technology
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
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