Come Explore Atlanta’s Largest Linear Park – Freedom Park!

For the neighborhoods and residents of downtown Atlanta, Freedom Park is at once the treasured legacy of hard-won civic activism and a cherished 210-acre greenspace. Its meandering course includes eight miles of gently curving paths, connecting seven distinct neighborhoods. Freedom Park Conservancy works to protect this much beloved public space.

The VISION of the Freedom Park Conservancy is to develop our cherished Atlanta park as an innovative green space celebrated for its inspiring origin and beauty. The conservancy will enhance neighborhood connections with forward-thinking design, programming, and world-class works of art that encourage visitors to explore the Many Paths to Freedom.

The MISSION of the Freedom Park Conservancy is to promote the improvement and preservation of the park for the benefit of a diverse public.

Click here to download a high resolution 11×17 PDF of the above Freedom Park map.

Freedom Park is Atlanta’s Art Park – check-out the links above to learn more about the permanent art installations in the park. Freedom Park is also home the the Carter Center and Jimmy Carter Presidential Library.


Freedom Park, Atlanta's Art Park