Getting Here

Freedom Park is uniquely positioned at the nexus of many of Atlanta’s historic east side neighborhoods. There is limited parking available, so we encourage getting here by walking, biking, or using public transport. 

By MARTA Rail
Take a blue or weekday green line train to the Inman Park-Reynoldstown Station. Head up Hurt Street, and take a right onto Euclid Avenue. You can take the Freedom Park connector trail at the entrance of the Inman Park side of the park, at the corner of Euclid and Waverly Way.

By MARTA Bus
There are many bus stops near Freedom Park, including next to the Carter Center and at Moreland Avenue and North Avenue. Click hear to get the most current route from your location: http://www.itsmarta.com/planatrip.aspx

From the Beltline
The Beltline and the Freedom Park PATH trail connect, allowing you to walk or bike to Freedom Park from many places in the city. The spur trail that connects the two is located on the Eastside trail of Beltline, near the Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park and connects to the Inman Park side of Freedom Park, near the convergence of Bernina Avenue and Copenhill Avenue. If you see the rhino sculpture, you’ll know you’re on the right trail!

And if you MUST drive…
There is a small parking lot at 586 Candler Park Drive, Atlanta GA 30307, behind Mary Lin Elementary School. 

Freedom Park, Atlanta's Art Park