This calendar lists all of our public tours. Be sure to check out our new Real Estate Tours. We also offer Private Tours for most groups and organizations. 

Nature Hikes & Tours

    • February 22, 2019
    • 11:00 AM
    • Krog Street Market
    Register


    This event has been rescheduled until Feb 22 due to extreme weather conditions.
    • This event is FREE and open to the public
    • This month's focus area: Eastside Trail from Irwin St to Kirkwood Ave, which includes SPX alley, the new pour between Edgewood and DeKalb, Krog tunnel, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown
    • Our walking tours will be cancelled or rescheduled if it is raining or if temperature is expected to be below 45 at start time.

    4th Friday Fitness Trek

    Join us the 4th Friday of each month for a 90-minute fitness trek. Each trek is different and you never know where you might end up until the tour begins! If you come on one of our treks you can expect to:

    1. Have fun
    2. Get some exercise (3-4 miles at a quick pace*)
    3. Make some new friends
    4. Learn something new about ATL
    5. Focus areas will vary and include Decatur, Downtown, Grant Park, Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward
    * You must be able to easily walk 3-4 miles at a fast pace in all weather conditions. If you are unsure about your ability to do this please do not sign up for this event.

    Typical Itinerary*

    • 1045, Assemble at meeting location*
    • 1100, Trek begins
    • 1230, Trek ends
    • 1130, Optional lunch (in most cases we will go to a nearby restaurant for lunch after the trek)

    * Our treks will start later during the colder months and earlier during the warmer months. Please check our events calendar for the most current information. The meeting locations will vary as well.

    Getting There & Back

    • Some treks end at the starting location while others do not.
    • If they do now, your tour guide will explain how to get back to the starting location or your final destination.
    • Parking is limited at many meeting locations. Using a ride sharing service like Lyft or Uber to get to/from will give you the most flexibility.
    • If you can bike or walk to the meeting location that's even better
    • February 23, 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Ponce City Market
    • 7
    Register


    TAKE THE ATL360 50-MILE CHALLENGE!

    ATL360 is a new series of hyper-local tours for those who are interested in the FUTURE of ATL. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area. Each tour will average about 5 miles. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to log 50 miles by taking all ten tours -- or as many as you can fit into your busy schedule. 

    In addition to experiencing the 45+ Beltline neighborhoods first-hand you will make a difference. In January 2019, when the series is over, Urban Explorers of Atlanta will donate 50% the registration fees it receives from all ten tours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

    Please join us and encourage your friends to do the same. You will find the complete schedule on our Upcoming Tour Calendar. Thank you.

    TOUR FOCUS

    These 3-hour walking tours will focus on the in-town neighborhoods that were settled and have developed along Atlanta's historic belt lines. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area

    SUB-AREA 6 includes the neighborhoods of Ansley Park, Midtown, Morningside, Piedmont Heights, Sherwood Forest and Virginia Highland. This tour begins at Ponce City Market and ends at Fat Matt's Rib Shack. There will be an optional get-together after the tour at a nearby location. This tour designed and led by Steve Saenz.

    YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF YOU...

    IMPORTANT

    • You must be able to walk 4-6 miles at a moderate pace in various weather conditions.
    • Most of these walks will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
    • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
    • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

    SEE ALSO

    BELTLINE DISCLAIMER

    Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading tours throughout the Atlanta area since 2014. We highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member. Thank you.

    • February 24, 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Picnic Tables @ The Carter Center
    Register


    THIS RIDE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER

    ABOUT
    • First in a series of Second Sunday bike rides around Atlanta
    • 15-mile ride starting and ending at the Carter Center
    • Route takes us through Olmsted Linear Park, Ferbank Museum of Natural History, Emory University, Lullwater Preserve, Morningside, Piedmont Park, Midtown Residential, Old Four Ward, Historic Fourth Park and Eastside Trail.
    • Start time = 12:00PM due to expected cold temps; future rides will start earlier
    • Ride will be rescheduled if temp is expected to be below 50 at start time
    IMPORTANT
    • This ride is for experienced riders only. You must be confident and comfortable riding in traffic.
    • Most of the ride will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
    • This is a bike TOUR; we will be making stops along the way.
    • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
    • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

    SEE ALSO

      • March 02, 2019
      • 3:00 PM
      • The Beacon, 1039 Grant St SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
      Register


      The start time for this event has changed to 3:00.

      Joins us for our second Meet & Greet of 2019. These events are a great way to meet new members and reconnect with old friends. Members may register non-member guests.

      NOTE: There *might* be an optional walking tour of the new Southside Trail after the meet and greet. Details will be sent to those who register.

      THE VENUE

      The Beacon is an eclectic variety of shopping, dining, and cultural experiences in the heart of Grant Park and on the Beltline’s Southside Trail allows neighbors and visitors alike to enjoy a unique experience programmed with the finest local entrepreneurs and tailored to the needs of the community.

      The Beacon project reshaped six former industrial buildings into a keystone of nine walkable acres ideal for family fun, date nights or even errand runs. Its 110,000 square feet of restaurants and bars, a coffee shop, a bakery, a gourmet market, retail shopping, daycare, medical and wellness centers and the funky Artist’s Cove create a layered neighborhood experience that will satisfy patrons’ daytime and evening needs and desires.


      • March 03, 2019
      • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • Carter Center (site of Augustus Hurt House)
      Register


      McPherson's Last Ride Walking Tour

      This unique walking tour will retrace the final (horseback) ride of Major General James Birdseye McPherson. That fateful ride began shortly after noon on July 22, 1864 just as the Battle of Atlanta was unfolding in East Atlanta. The general's ride began at the Augustus Hurt House, where he had been conferring with Maj Gen William Tecumseh Sherman and ended when he was mortally wounded by a Confederate picket in East Atlanta, where the McPherson Monument stands today.

      The 4-mile tour was inspired by and is based on an article entitled, McPherson's Last Ride by author and historian, Wilbur Kurtz and published in the Atlanta Constitution Magazine on June 29, 1930. The article describes in detail the events leading up to the ride and the route taken by McPherson. We will retrace this route as closely as possible, given the changes that have occurred over the past 155 years.

      Tour designed and led by Steve Saenz of ExploreATL Tours. 

      See Also

      The Plan

      • 1045, Breakfast at Folk Art (optional)
      • 1200, Pre-tour "Battle of Atlanta Briefing" at Augustus Hurt House
      • 1230, Tour begins
      • 1430, Tour ends at McPherson Monument
      • 1500, McPherson "toast & cigar" at Argosy in EAV (optional) -- bring your own cigar!
      Tour Prep


      • March 08, 2019
      • 10:00 AM
      • See Eventbrite Listing


      Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

      This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

      We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

      Full description available on Eventbrite (see link above)


      • March 09, 2019
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • Lindbergh MARTA Station
      • 3
      Register


      THIS TOUR WAS RESCHEDULED TO JAN 26

      TAKE THE ATL360 50-MILE CHALLENGE!

      ATL360 is a new series of hyper-local tours for those who are interested in the FUTURE of ATL. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area. Each tour will average about 5 miles. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to log 50 miles by taking all ten tours -- or as many as you can fit into your busy schedule. 

      In addition to experiencing the 45+ Beltline neighborhoods first-hand you will make a difference. In January 2019, when the series is over, Urban Explorers of Atlanta will donate 50% the registration fees it receives from all ten tours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

      Please join us and encourage your friends to do the same. You will find the complete schedule on our Upcoming Tour Calendar. Thank you.

      TOUR FOCUS

      These 3-hour walking tours will focus on the in-town neighborhoods that were settled and have developed along Atlanta's historic belt lines. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area

      SUB-AREA 7 includes the neighborhoods of Ardmore, Brookwood / Brookwood Hills, Buckhead, Collier Hills, Lindbergh / Lindbergh City Center, Lindridge / Martin Manor and Peachtree Hills. This tour begins at the Lindbergh MARTA Station and ends the Houston's on Peachtree. There will be an optional get-together after the tour at a nearby location. This tour designed and led by Steve Saenz.

      YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF YOU...

      IMPORTANT

      • You must be able to walk 4-6 miles at a moderate pace in various weather conditions.
      • Most of these walks will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
      • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
      • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

      SEE ALSO

      BELTLINE DISCLAIMER

      Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading tours throughout the Atlanta area since 2014. We highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member. Thank you.

      • March 10, 2019
      • 12:00 PM
      • TBA
      Register


      ABOUT
      • Second Sunday bike rides around Atlanta
      • 12-15-mile rides that explore the many neighborhoods of Atlanta
      • Each ride will be different
      • Each ride will have a different starting and ending location
      IMPORTANT
      • These rides are for experienced riders only. You must be confident and comfortable riding in traffic.
      • Most of the ride will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
      • These is a bike tour; we will be making stops along the way.
      • Members go for free.
      • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

      SEE ALSO

        • March 16, 2019
        • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
        • Waffle House, 1700 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30318
        Register


        TAKE THE ATL360 50-MILE CHALLENGE!

        ATL360 is a new series of hyper-local tours for those who are interested in the FUTURE of ATL. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area. Each tour will average about 5 miles. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to log 50 miles by taking all ten tours -- or as many as you can fit into your busy schedule. 

        In addition to experiencing the 45+ Beltline neighborhoods first-hand you will make a difference. In January 2019, when the series is over, Urban Explorers of Atlanta will donate 50% the registration fees it receives from all ten tours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

        Please join us and encourage your friends to do the same. You will find the complete schedule on our Upcoming Tour Calendar. Thank you.

        TOUR FOCUS

        These 3-hour walking tours will focus on the in-town neighborhoods that were settled and have developed along Atlanta's historic belt lines. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area

        SUB-AREA 8 includes the neighborhoods of Atlantic Station, Berkeley Park, Blandtown, Channing Valley, Home Park, Loring Heights and Marietta Street Artery. This tour begins at the Waffle House on Howell Mill and ends the Five Seasons Brewing in West Midtown. There will be an optional get-together after the tour at a nearby location. This tour designed and led by Steve Saenz.

        YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF YOU...

        IMPORTANT

        • You must be able to walk 4-6 miles at a moderate pace in various weather conditions.
        • Most of these walks will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
        • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
        • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

        SEE ALSO

        BELTLINE DISCLAIMER

        Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading tours throughout the Atlanta area since 2014. We highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member. Thank you.

        • March 17, 2019
        • 10:00 AM
        • See Eventbrite Listing


        Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

        This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

        We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

        Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


        • March 22, 2019
        • 11:00 AM
        • Arts Center MARTA Station
        Register


        THIS FREE EVENT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE. THIS MONTH'S NEIGHBORHOOD: ANSLEY PARK

        4th Friday Fitness Trek

        Join us the 4th Friday of each month for a 90-minute fitness trek. Each trek is different and you never know where you might end up until the tour begins! If you come on one of our treks you can expect to:

        1. Have fun
        2. Get some exercise (3-4 miles at a quick pace*)
        3. Make some new friends
        4. Learn something new about ATL
        5. Focus areas will vary and include Decatur, Downtown, Grant Park, Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward
        * You must be able to easily walk 3-4 miles at a fast pace in all weather conditions. If you are unsure about your ability to do this please do not sign up for this event.

        Typical Itinerary*

        • 1045, Assemble at meeting location*
        • 1100, Trek begins
        • 1230, Trek ends
        • 1130, Optional lunch (in most cases we will go to a nearby restaurant for lunch after the trek)

        * Our treks will start later during the colder months and earlier during the warmer months. Please check our events calendar for the most current information. The meeting locations will vary as well.

        Getting There & Back

        • Some treks end at the starting location while others do not.
        • If they do now, your tour guide will explain how to get back to the starting location or your final destination.
        • Parking is limited at many meeting locations. Using a ride sharing service like Lyft or Uber to get to/from will give you the most flexibility.
        • If you can bike or walk to the meeting location that's even better

        • March 24, 2019
        • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
        • Jimmy Carter Library, 441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
        Register


        CYCLORAMA BATTLEFIELD TOUR, WEST

        This 3-hour, multi-media walking tour will allow you to see first-hand where key scenes depicted in the Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama took place. In case you don't know, the artists who created the Cyclorama sketched out their painting (with the help of eye witnesses who fought in the battle) from a tower that was erected on Dekalb Avenue, near the Moreland Avenue exit ramp. This video playlist explains this in more detail.

        This tour, which covers the western sector of the battlefield, begins at Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center) and ends at Historic Oakland Cemetery. We offer another tour that covers the eastern sector of the battlefield. We highly recommend that you visit the newly restored Cycolrama before coming on this tour.

        PHOTOS & VIDEOS

        • Photos from previous tours
        • Photos of Cyclorama while being restored
        • Videos of some of the sites we will be visiting

        RELATED TOURS

        ITINERARY*

        • 0845, Please arrive at the Jimmy Carter Library by 0845

        • 0900, Tour Begins w/ 20-minute Battle Briefing

        • 0930, Stop 1: Gen Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center)

        • 1000, Stop 2: Degress Battery (Degress St)

        • 1015, Stop 3: Troup Hurt House (Degress St)

        • 1030, Stop 4: Railroad Cut / Widow Pope House (Inman Park MARTA station)

        • 1045, Stop 5: Manigault's Brigade (Springvale Park)

        • 1100, Stop 6: Confederate Line Stop (Delta Park)

        • 1145, Stop 7: Gen Hood's Post (Oakland Cemetery)

        • 1215, Stop 8: Lion of Atlanta (Oakland Cemetery) + Private Civil War Tour by a Historic Oakland Cemetery docent

        • 1230, Tour Ends

        • 1245, Optional get-together after the tour (location TBA)

        * Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

        WHAT TO EXPECT

        Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

        This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

        By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

        When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

        Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

        Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

        GETTING THERE & BACK

        • The tour begins at the Carter Center and ends at Historic Oakland Cemetery.
        • You can walk, bike or drive to the Carter Center. There is plenty of parking there.
        • The closest MARTA station to the Carter Center is Inman Park-Reynoldstown, which is about one mile away.
        • The closest MARTA station to Oakland Cemetery is King Memorial which is less than 1/2 mile away.

        ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


        • March 29, 2019
        • 10:00 AM
        • See Eventbrite Listing


        Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

        This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

        We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

        Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


        • March 30, 2019
        • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
        • Bankhead MARTA Station
        Register


        TAKE THE ATL360 50-MILE CHALLENGE!

        ATL360 is a new series of hyper-local tours for those who are interested in the FUTURE of ATL. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area. Each tour will average about 5 miles. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to log 50 miles by taking all ten tours -- or as many as you can fit into your busy schedule. 

        In addition to experiencing the 45+ Beltline neighborhoods first-hand you will make a difference. In January 2019, when the series is over, Urban Explorers of Atlanta will donate 50% the registration fees it receives from all ten tours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

        Please join us and encourage your friends to do the same. You will find the complete schedule on our Upcoming Tour Calendar. Thank you.

        TOUR FOCUS

        These 3-hour walking tours will focus on the in-town neighborhoods that were settled and have developed along Atlanta's historic belt lines. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area

        SUB-AREA 9 includes the neighborhoods of Grove Park, Knight Park / Howell Station, Marietta Street Artery and Rockdale. This tour begins at the Bankhead MARTA Station and ends Bone Garden Cantina. There will be an optional get-together after the tour at a nearby location. This tour designed and led by Steve Saenz.

        YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF YOU...

        IMPORTANT

        • You must be able to walk 4-6 miles at a moderate pace in various weather conditions.
        • Most of these walks will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
        • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
        • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

        SEE ALSO

        BELTLINE DISCLAIMER

        Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading tours throughout the Atlanta area since 2014. We highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member. Thank you.

        • April 03, 2019
        • 10:30 AM
        • TBD
        Register


        For information about our private tours and consulting services please visit ExploreATL.com/private-tours

        • April 07, 2019
        • 10:00 AM
        • See Eventbrite Listing


        Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

        This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

        We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

        Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


        • April 13, 2019
        • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
        • Bankhead MARTA Station
        Register


        TAKE THE ATL360 50-MILE CHALLENGE!

        ATL360 is a new series of hyper-local tours for those who are interested in the FUTURE of ATL. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area. Each tour will average about 5 miles. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to log 50 miles by taking all ten tours -- or as many as you can fit into your busy schedule. 

        In addition to experiencing the 45+ Beltline neighborhoods first-hand you will make a difference. In January 2019, when the series is over, Urban Explorers of Atlanta will donate 50% the registration fees it receives from all ten tours to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

        Please join us and encourage your friends to do the same. You will find the complete schedule on our Upcoming Tour Calendar. Thank you.

        TOUR FOCUS

        These 3-hour walking tours will focus on the in-town neighborhoods that were settled and have developed along Atlanta's historic belt lines. The series consists of ten unique tours that correspond to the ten SUB-AREAS that make up the make up the Atlanta Beltline Planning Area

        SUB-AREA 10 includes the neighborhoods of Ashview Heights, Bankhead, English Avenue, Hunter Hills, Just Us, Mozley Park, Vine City and Washington Park. This tour begins at the Bankhead MARTA Station and ends the West End MARTA Station. There will be an optional get-together after the tour at a nearby location. This tour designed and led by Steve Saenz.

        YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF YOU...

        IMPORTANT

        • You must be able to walk 4-6 miles at a moderate pace in various weather conditions.
        • Most of these walks will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
        • Members go for free. If you are not a member, please consider joining so you can save some money.
        • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

        SEE ALSO

        BELTLINE DISCLAIMER

        Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading tours throughout the Atlanta area since 2014. We highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member. Thank you.

        • April 14, 2019
        • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
        • Joe's Coffee, 510 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta 30316
        Register


        CYCLORAMA BATTLEFIELD TOUR, EAST

        This 3-hour, multi-media walking tour will allow you to see first-hand where key scenes depicted in the Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama took place. In case you don't know, the artists who created the Cyclorama sketched out their painting (with the help of eye witnesses who fought in the battle) from a tower that was erected on Dekalb Avenue, near the Moreland Avenue exit ramp. This video playlistexplains this in more detail.

        This tour, which covers the eastern sector of the battlefield, begins and end in East Atlanta Village. We highly recommend that you visit the newly restored Cycolrama before coming on this tour.

        PHOTOS & VIDEOS

        • Photos from previous tours
        • Photos of Cyclorama while being restored
        • Videos of some of the sites we will be visiting

        RELATED TOURS

        ITINERARY*

        • 0845, Meet at Joe's Coffee in East Atlanta Village (EAV)
        • 0900, 20-minute battle briefing (EAV)
        • 0945, Stop 1: Cleburne's & Maney's March (EAV)
        • 1015, Stop 2: Gen Walker Monument (Glenwood Triangle)
        • 1045, Stop 3:  Rice's Brigade Initial Position (Memorial Dr)
        • 1100, Stop 4: Battle Began Here (Clay St @ Memorial Dr)
        • 1115, Stop 5: Unexpected Clash (Alonso Crim HS)
        • 1145, Stop 6: Gen McPherson Monument (East Atlanta)
        • 1215, Stop 7: Legget's Hill (Moreland Ave & I-20)
        • 12:30, Optional get-together afterwards (location TBA)

        Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

        WHAT TO EXPECT

        Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

        This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

        By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

        When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

        Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

        Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

        GETTING THERE & BACK

        • The tour begins at Joe's Coffee house and ends at the Argost, both in East Atlanta Village. 
        • Parking is limited in EAV so we recommend using a ride share service to get to/from this area

        ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


        • April 14, 2019
        • 10:00 PM
        • TBA
        Register


        ABOUT
        • Second Sunday bike rides around Atlanta
        • 12-15-mile rides that explore the many neighborhoods of Atlanta
        • Each ride will be different
        • Each ride will have a different starting and ending location
        IMPORTANT
        • These rides are for experienced riders only. You must be confident and comfortable riding in traffic.
        • Most of the ride will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
        • These is a bike tour; we will be making stops along the way.
        • Members go for free.
        • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

        SEE ALSO

          • April 19, 2019
          • 10:00 AM
          • See Eventbrite Listing


          Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

          This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

          We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

          Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


          • April 26, 2019
          • 10:00 AM
          • West End MARTA Station
          Register


          THIS FREE EVENT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE. THIS MONTH'S NEIGHBORHOODS: HISTORIC WEST END / WESTSIDE TRAIL / LEE + WHITE F&B DISTRICT

          4th Friday Fitness Trek

          Join us the 4th Friday of each month for a 90-minute fitness trek. Each trek is different and you never know where you might end up until the tour begins! If you come on one of our treks you can expect to:

          1. Have fun
          2. Get some exercise (3-4 miles at a quick pace*)
          3. Make some new friends
          4. Learn something new about ATL
          5. Focus areas will vary and include Decatur, Downtown, Grant Park, Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward
          * You must be able to easily walk 3-4 miles at a fast pace in all weather conditions. If you are unsure about your ability to do this please do not sign up for this event.

          Typical Itinerary*

          • 0945, Assemble at meeting location*
          • 1000, Trek begins
          • 1130, Trek ends
          • 1230, Optional lunch (in most cases we will go to a nearby restaurant for lunch after the trek)

          * Our treks will start later during the colder months and earlier during the warmer months. Please check our events calendar for the most current information. The meeting locations will vary as well.

          Getting There & Back

          • Some treks end at the starting location while others do not.
          • If they do now, your tour guide will explain how to get back to the starting location or your final destination.
          • Parking is limited at many meeting locations. Using a ride sharing service like Lyft or Uber to get to/from will give you the most flexibility.
          • If you can bike or walk to the meeting location that's even better

          • April 27, 2019
          • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
          • Private Tour


          For information about our private tours and consulting services please visit ExploreATL.com/private-tours

          • April 28, 2019
          • 10:00 AM
          • See Eventbrite Listing


          Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

          This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

          We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

          Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


          • May 04, 2019
          • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
          • Jimmy Carter Library, 441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
          Register


          CYCLORAMA BATTLEFIELD TOUR, WEST

          This 3-hour, multi-media walking tour will allow you to see first-hand where key scenes depicted in the Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama took place. In case you don't know, the artists who created the Cyclorama sketched out their painting (with the help of eye witnesses who fought in the battle) from a tower that was erected on Dekalb Avenue, near the Moreland Avenue exit ramp. This video playlist explains this in more detail.

          This tour, which covers the western sector of the battlefield, begins at Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center) and ends at Historic Oakland Cemetery. We offer another tour that covers the eastern sector of the battlefield. We highly recommend that you visit the newly restored Cycolrama before coming on this tour.

          PHOTOS & VIDEOS

          • Photos from previous tours
          • Photos of Cyclorama while being restored
          • Videos of some of the sites we will be visiting

          RELATED TOURS

          ITINERARY*

          • 0845, Please arrive at the Jimmy Carter Library by 0845

          • 0900, Tour Begins w/ 20-minute Battle Briefing

          • 0930, Stop 1: Gen Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center)

          • 1000, Stop 2: Degress Battery (Degress St)

          • 1015, Stop 3: Troup Hurt House (Degress St)

          • 1030, Stop 4: Railroad Cut / Widow Pope House (Inman Park MARTA station)

          • 1045, Stop 5: Manigault's Brigade (Springvale Park)

          • 1100, Stop 6: Confederate Line Stop (Delta Park)

          • 1145, Stop 7: Gen Hood's Post (Oakland Cemetery)

          • 1215, Stop 8: Lion of Atlanta (Oakland Cemetery) + Private Civil War Tour by a Historic Oakland Cemetery docent

          • 1230, Tour Ends

          • 1245, Optional get-together after the tour (location TBA)

          * Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

          WHAT TO EXPECT

          Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

          This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

          By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

          When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

          Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

          Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

          GETTING THERE & BACK

          • The tour begins at the Carter Center and ends at Historic Oakland Cemetery.
          • You can walk, bike or drive to the Carter Center. There is plenty of parking there.
          • The closest MARTA station to the Carter Center is Inman Park-Reynoldstown, which is about one mile away.
          • The closest MARTA station to Oakland Cemetery is King Memorial which is less than 1/2 mile away.

          ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


          • May 10, 2019
          • 10:00 AM
          • See Eventbrite Listing


          Detailed description and registration information are available on Eventbrite

          This 4-hour “caravan” tour is open to anyone who is interested in buying or investing in Atlanta real estate in 2019. The focus will be on up and coming areas that will be positively impacted by transformative developments. These are major projects (commercial / residential / infrastructure / transit) that are under construction or planned throughout the city. The goal is to help you identify lesser-known neighborhoods where upside potential still exists. We will go to (as Gretzky would say) “where the puck is going to be.”

          We will be exploring the entire city — from the downtown core out to I-285, in all directions. 

          Full details on Eventbrite listing (see link above)


          • May 12, 2019
          • 10:00 PM
          • TBA
          Register


          ABOUT
          • Second Sunday bike rides around Atlanta
          • 12-15-mile rides that explore the many neighborhoods of Atlanta
          • Each ride will be different
          • Each ride will have a different starting and ending location
          IMPORTANT
          • These rides are for experienced riders only. You must be confident and comfortable riding in traffic.
          • Most of the ride will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
          • These is a bike tour; we will be making stops along the way.
          • Members go for free.
          • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

          SEE ALSO

            • May 24, 2019
            • 10:00 AM
            • Decatur MARTA Station
            Register


            THIS FREE EVENT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE. THIS MONTH'S NEIGHBORHOODS: DECATUR / AGNES SCOTT / MAK HISTORIC DISTRICT

            4th Friday Fitness Trek

            Join us the 4th Friday of each month for a 90-minute fitness trek. Each trek is different and you never know where you might end up until the tour begins! If you come on one of our treks you can expect to:

            1. Have fun
            2. Get some exercise (3-4 miles at a quick pace*)
            3. Make some new friends
            4. Learn something new about ATL
            5. Focus areas will vary and include Decatur, Downtown, Grant Park, Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward
            * You must be able to easily walk 3-4 miles at a fast pace in all weather conditions. If you are unsure about your ability to do this please do not sign up for this event.

            Typical Itinerary*

            • 0945, Assemble at meeting location*
            • 1000, Trek begins
            • 1130, Trek ends
            • 1230, Optional lunch (in most cases we will go to a nearby restaurant for lunch after the trek)

            * Our treks will start later during the colder months and earlier during the warmer months. Please check our events calendar for the most current information. The meeting locations will vary as well.

            Getting There & Back

            • Some treks end at the starting location while others do not.
            • If they do now, your tour guide will explain how to get back to the starting location or your final destination.
            • Parking is limited at many meeting locations. Using a ride sharing service like Lyft or Uber to get to/from will give you the most flexibility.
            • If you can bike or walk to the meeting location that's even better

            • May 25, 2019
            • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
            • Joe's Coffee, 510 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta 30316
            Register


            CYCLORAMA BATTLEFIELD TOUR, EAST

            This 3-hour, multi-media walking tour will allow you to see first-hand where key scenes depicted in the Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama took place. In case you don't know, the artists who created the Cyclorama sketched out their painting (with the help of eye witnesses who fought in the battle) from a tower that was erected on Dekalb Avenue, near the Moreland Avenue exit ramp. This video playlistexplains this in more detail.

            This tour, which covers the eastern sector of the battlefield, begins and end in East Atlanta Village. We highly recommend that you visit the newly restored Cycolrama before coming on this tour.

            PHOTOS & VIDEOS

            • Photos from previous tours
            • Photos of Cyclorama while being restored
            • Videos of some of the sites we will be visiting

            RELATED TOURS

            ITINERARY*

            • 0845, Meet at Joe's Coffee in East Atlanta Village (EAV)
            • 0900, 20-minute battle briefing (EAV)
            • 0945, Stop 1: Cleburne's & Maney's March (EAV)
            • 1015, Stop 2: Gen Walker Monument (Glenwood Triangle)
            • 1045, Stop 3:  Rice's Brigade Initial Position (Memorial Dr)
            • 1100, Stop 4: Battle Began Here (Clay St @ Memorial Dr)
            • 1115, Stop 5: Unexpected Clash (Alonso Crim HS)
            • 1145, Stop 6: Gen McPherson Monument (East Atlanta)
            • 1215, Stop 7: Legget's Hill (Moreland Ave & I-20)
            • 12:30, Optional get-together afterwards (location TBA)

            Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

            WHAT TO EXPECT

            Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

            This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

            By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

            When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

            Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

            Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

            GETTING THERE & BACK

            • The tour begins at Joe's Coffee house and ends at the Argost, both in East Atlanta Village. 
            • Parking is limited in EAV so we recommend using a ride share service to get to/from this area

            ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


            • June 09, 2019
            • 10:00 PM
            • TBA
            Register


            ABOUT
            • Second Sunday bike rides around Atlanta
            • 12-15-mile rides that explore the many neighborhoods of Atlanta
            • Each ride will be different
            • Each ride will have a different starting and ending location
            IMPORTANT
            • These rides are for experienced riders only. You must be confident and comfortable riding in traffic.
            • Most of the ride will take place on paved surfaces but, at times, we will go off-road.
            • These is a bike tour; we will be making stops along the way.
            • Members go for free.
            • Event reg fees are non-refundable but you can apply to a future tour.

            SEE ALSO

              • June 28, 2019
              • 10:00 AM
              • North Avenue MARTA Station
              Register


              THIS FREE EVENT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE. THIS MONTH'S NEIGHBORHOODS: MIDTOWN / FOX / GEORGIAN TERRACE / ATL'S MAGNIFICENT MILE

              4th Friday Fitness Trek

              Join us the 4th Friday of each month for a 90-minute fitness trek. Each trek is different and you never know where you might end up until the tour begins! If you come on one of our treks you can expect to:

              1. Have fun
              2. Get some exercise (3-4 miles at a quick pace*)
              3. Make some new friends
              4. Learn something new about ATL
              5. Focus areas will vary and include Decatur, Downtown, Grant Park, Inman Park, Midtown, Old Fourth Ward
              * You must be able to easily walk 3-4 miles at a fast pace in all weather conditions. If you are unsure about your ability to do this please do not sign up for this event.

              Typical Itinerary*

              • 0945, Assemble at meeting location*
              • 1000, Trek begins
              • 1130, Trek ends
              • 1230, Optional lunch (in most cases we will go to a nearby restaurant for lunch after the trek)

              * Our treks will start later during the colder months and earlier during the warmer months. Please check our events calendar for the most current information. The meeting locations will vary as well.

              Getting There & Back

              • Some treks end at the starting location while others do not.
              • If they do now, your tour guide will explain how to get back to the starting location or your final destination.
              • Parking is limited at many meeting locations. Using a ride sharing service like Lyft or Uber to get to/from will give you the most flexibility.
              • If you can bike or walk to the meeting location that's even better

            Past Events

            February 16, 2019 Subarea 5 Walking Tour
            February 10, 2019 Private Tour
            January 06, 2019 Meet & Greet: Monday Night Garage
            December 18, 2018 Garden Lights, Holiday Nights @ Botanical Garden
            December 16, 2018 NE ATL Bike Tour
            December 02, 2018 Private Tour
            December 02, 2018 NW ATL Bike Tour
            November 30, 2018 Friday Fitness Trek
            November 25, 2018 Downtown Walking Tour & Urban Picnic
            November 24, 2018 Subarea 4 Walking Tour
            November 18, 2018 West ATL Bike Tour
            November 17, 2018 Subarea 3 Walking Tour
            November 16, 2018 Brewery Tour, EAST
            November 12, 2018 Private Tour
            November 04, 2018 SE ATL Bike Tour
            November 03, 2018 Subarea 2 Walking Tour
            October 28, 2018 Transformative Developments Caravan Tour
            October 27, 2018 Subarea 1 Walking Tour
            October 26, 2018 Friday Fitness Trek
            October 22, 2018 Private Tour
            October 21, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, EAST
            October 20, 2018 Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween
            October 20, 2018 Proctor Creek / NW ATL Tour
            October 19, 2018 Wine Country Adventure
            October 17, 2018 Private Tour
            October 14, 2018 Nature Hike: Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve
            October 13, 2018 Burgers & Bungalows: Adair Park + Capitol View + Pittsburgh + West End + West View
            October 11, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part II
            October 10, 2018 Walk & Talk w/ David Landis
            October 07, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, WEST
            October 06, 2018 Private Tour
            October 04, 2018 Oakland Cemetery Sunset Tour
            October 02, 2018 Eastside Trail Sunset Tour
            September 30, 2018 Private Tour
            September 29, 2018 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            September 28, 2018 Brewery Tour, WEST
            September 23, 2018 Olmsted Park Annual Picnic
            September 23, 2018 Habersham-Tuxedo Loop (Bike Ride)
            September 22, 2018 Envisioning Midtown
            September 20, 2018 Thursday Morning Trek
            September 19, 2018 Private Tour
            September 18, 2018 Sunset PIZZA Tour
            September 16, 2018 Envisioning the Southside Trail
            September 15, 2018 Nature Hike: Sweetwater Creek State Park
            September 13, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part II
            September 09, 2018 Civil Rights Tour w/ Tom Houck
            September 08, 2018 In Search of the (Elusive) Northside Trail
            September 04, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part I
            September 02, 2018 Biking Adventure: Decatur-Avondale-East Lake Loop
            August 31, 2018 Private Tour
            August 30, 2018 TMT: Freedom Park Trail
            August 25, 2018 Columbus Adventure Trip
            August 23, 2018 Interior Urbanism: Exploring Portman’s Hotel Atriums, Office Complexes & Sky Bridges
            August 21, 2018 Envisioning the Westside Trail Sunset Tour
            August 16, 2018 Transit-Oriented Development Tour
            August 07, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part II
            August 05, 2018 Biking Adventure: Morningside / Emory / Decatur Bike Ride
            August 02, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part I
            July 22, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, EAST
            July 19, 2018 Private Tour
            July 12, 2018 Private Tour
            July 10, 2018 Private Speaking Engagement
            July 08, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, WEST
            July 06, 2018 Olmsted Park WEST Nature Hike & Picnic
            July 03, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part II
            July 01, 2018 Interior Urbanism: Exploring John Portman’s Hotel Atriums, Office Complexes & Sky Bridges
            June 30, 2018 Baby Driver Filming Locations Tour 2.0
            June 26, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Daytime Tour, Part II
            June 24, 2018 Exploring Proctor Creek Bike Tour
            June 22, 2018 Tanyard Creek Nature Hike & Lunch at R Thomas Grill
            June 21, 2018 Private Tour
            June 14, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Sunset Tour, Part I
            June 12, 2018 Envisioning the Eastside Trail Daytime Tour, Part I
            June 09, 2018 Private Tour
            June 08, 2018 Grant Park Nature Hike & Lunch
            June 07, 2018 Private Speaking Engagement
            June 01, 2018 Piedmont Park Nature Hike & Picnic
            May 27, 2018 Explore Decatur Walking Tour
            May 25, 2018 Olmsted Park EAST Nature Hike & Picnic
            May 20, 2018 Proctor Creek Bike Ride
            May 13, 2018 Kirkwood Village to East Decatur Station Walking Tour
            May 11, 2018 Freedom Park Walking Tour & Picnic
            May 06, 2018 Southside Trail Bike Tour
            May 05, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, WEST
            May 04, 2018 Inman Park Walking Tour & Lunch
            May 02, 2018 Recon Mission for Southside Trail Bike Tour
            April 27, 2018 Inman Park Home Tour
            April 14, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
            April 13, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
            April 01, 2018 Reynoldstown + Edgewood + Kirkwood Walking Tour
            March 31, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, EAST
            March 30, 2018 Last Day to Join
            March 24, 2018 Cyclorama, Behind-the-Scenes Tour
            March 23, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
            March 16, 2018 Cyclorama, Behind-the-Scenes Tour
            March 10, 2018 West ATL / Proctor Creek Driving Tour
            March 09, 2018 Hardee's Night March Bike Ride [RECON]
            March 04, 2018 Grant Park + Peoplestown + Summerhill Bike Tour
            March 03, 2018 Glenwood Park + Grant Park + Ormewood Park + EAV Walking Tour
            February 18, 2018 Grant Park + Peoplestown + Summerhill Walking Tour & Picnic
            February 17, 2018 Southside Trail Driving Tour
            February 03, 2018 Downtown Atlanta Bike Tour
            January 27, 2018 State Capitol to Krog Street Walking Tour
            January 20, 2018 Downtown Atlanta Walking Tour
            January 20, 2018 Mercedes Benz Stadium Private Tour
            January 06, 2018 TOUR: West ATL / Proctor Creek
            January 01, 2018 TOUR: Terminus Trek
            December 23, 2017 Sub-Area 10 Bike Tour
            December 09, 2017 Walk & Talk: Proctor Creek Trail w/ Stephanie Stuckey
            December 05, 2017 PATH Parkway Grand Opening + Lunch & Ride
            December 03, 2017 Sub-Area 9 Bike Tour
            November 26, 2017 Sub-Area 8 Bike Tour
            November 24, 2017 Gratitude Picnic + Nature Hike
            November 19, 2017 Southside + Westside Neighborhood Tour
            November 12, 2017 Sub-Area 7 Bike Tour
            November 11, 2017 Veteran's Day Walk on Freedom Park Trail
            November 05, 2017 Sunset Rendezvous & Full Moon Walk Eastside Trail
            November 05, 2017 Sub-Area 6 Bike Tour
            October 26, 2017 Olmsted Sunset Tour & Moonlight Hike
            October 26, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 8
            October 24, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour
            October 22, 2017 Sub-Area 5 Bike Tour
            October 21, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (PM)
            October 21, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (AM)
            October 15, 2017 Sub-Area 4 Bike Tour
            October 14, 2017 Sub-Area 3 Bike Tour
            October 12, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour
            October 10, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 6
            October 10, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 4
            October 07, 2017 Walk & Talk: Proctor Creek Greenway w/ Stephanie Stuckey
            October 05, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour: Route 5
            October 05, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 3
            October 04, 2017 Sunset Pizza Tour
            October 03, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 2
            October 03, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 1
            October 01, 2017 Sub-Area 2 Bike Tour
            September 30, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (PM)
            September 30, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (AM)
            September 29, 2017 UXATL Joins Celebration of Westside Trail Opening
            September 27, 2017 Walk & Talk w/ Ryan Gravel
            September 24, 2017 Sub-Area 1 Bike Tour
            September 23, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Monday Night Garage Grand Opening
            September 17, 2017 Sub-area 10 Walking Tour
            September 09, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
            September 03, 2017 Sub-Area 9: Huff Rd to Bankhead
            September 02, 2017 Dragon Con Parade
            August 27, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
            August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse Field Trip to Tiger Mountain
            August 20, 2017 Sub-Area 8: Northside Dr to Marietta St
            August 17, 2017 Proctor Creek Greenway Groundbreaking
            August 12, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
            August 06, 2017 Sub-Area 7: Lindbergh to Tanyard Creek
            August 05, 2017 South Downtown / Underground Atlanta Walking Tour
            July 30, 2017 Olmsted Parks Bike Tour: Vine City to Decatur
            July 29, 2017 Sub-area 10: Bankhead to West End
            July 23, 2017 Sub-Area 6: PCM to Ansley Park
            July 22, 2017 Battle of ATL Bike Tour
            July 16, 2017 Experience the Westside Trail
            July 15, 2017 Big Creek Greenway Bike & Brewery Tour
            July 13, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Sunset Tour
            July 09, 2017 Sub-Area 5: Inman Park to PCM
            July 08, 2017 Sub-Area 9: Huff Rd to Bankhead
            July 06, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Sunset Tour
            July 06, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Lunch Tour
            July 04, 2017 Freedom Park Bike & Hike (Walk)
            July 01, 2017 Proctor Creek + Westside Reservoir Park Bike Tour
            June 29, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Sunset Tour
            June 29, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Lunch Tour
            June 25, 2017 Sub-Area 4: Glenwood Park to Krog St Market
            June 24, 2017 Sub-Area 8: Northside Dr to Marietta St
            June 21, 2017 Summer Solstice Sunset Roll & Stroll
            June 18, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            June 17, 2017 Olmsted Park 20th Ann Garden Party
            June 17, 2017 Disc Golf Clinic & Picnic @ Perkerson Park
            June 16, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Lunch Tour
            June 15, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Sunset Tour
            June 11, 2017 Sub-Area 3: Grant Park to Glenwood Park
            June 10, 2017 Sub-Area 7: Lindbergh to Tanyard Creek
            June 09, 2017 Atlanta Moon (Bike) Ride
            May 28, 2017 Sub-Area 2: Adair Park to Grant Park (Eventide)
            May 27, 2017 Sub-Area 6: PCM to Armour Yard (Sweetwater)
            May 20, 2017 Heritage Park Hike w/ Jonah McDonald
            May 14, 2017 Sub-Area 1 Walking Tour
            May 13, 2017 Sub-Area 5 Walking Tour
            May 06, 2017 N. GA Mountain Adventure + Kentucky Derby Party
            April 30, 2017 Westside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
            April 29, 2017 Sub-Area 4 Walking Tour
            April 28, 2017 Inman Park Tour of Homes + Lunch
            April 15, 2017 Sub-Area 3 Discovery Tour
            April 09, 2017 Battle of ATL Bike Tour & Picnic
            April 09, 2017 Fernbank Forest w/ Eli Dickerson
            April 09, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Paint Quick Competition
            April 08, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Olmsted Linear Park
            April 07, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Olmsted Linear Park
            April 06, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Downtown Decatur
            April 05, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Atlanta History Center
            April 02, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour & Picnic
            April 02, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Piedmont Park
            April 01, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
            March 31, 2017 In Search of Terminus
            March 26, 2017 Olmsted Linear Park Tour
            March 25, 2017 Sub-Area 2 Discovery Tour
            March 19, 2017 Discover the Secrets of Clear Creek
            March 18, 2017 Historic Churches Walking Tour
            March 11, 2017 AB360: Sub-Area 1 Discovery Tour
            March 10, 2017 Inman Park Picnic Tour
            March 05, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            March 04, 2017 Eastside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
            February 26, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            February 19, 2017 Eastside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
            February 18, 2017 Atlanta's Historic Churches Walking Tour
            February 17, 2017 Inman Park Arbor Day Walking Tour
            January 29, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            December 31, 2016 2-Way New Year's Eve Beltline Hike
            December 17, 2016 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            December 04, 2016 Westside Trail Walking Tour
            November 27, 2016 Eastside Trail Thanksgiving Walking Tour
            May 30, 2015 Beltline Fitness Hike: Ansley > Memorial
            May 16, 2015 Beltline Fitness Hike: Northside Segment
            May 02, 2015 Atlanta Beltline Fitness Hike: Westside Segment
            April 04, 2015 Urban Explorers Beltline Fitness Hike: Southwest Segment
            March 21, 2015 Atlanta Beltline Fitness Hike: Southeast Segment
            March 07, 2015 Atlanta Beltline Fitness Hike: Eastside Trail

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