DeKalb Convention and Visitors
Web Site: www.dcvb.org
EXPERIENCE THE COUNTY THAT OFFERS THE WORLD!
Atlanta's DeKalb, the most culturally diverse county
in Georgia, is home to some of the Southeast's greatest attractions
including Stone Mountain Park.
world-class eateries, shopping areas and arts venues, DeKalb is the
ideal destination. Located just 10 miles from Hartsfield International
Airport, Atlanta's DeKalb is easily accessible from four major
interstates: I-85, I-20, I-75 and I-285. Atlanta's rapid transit system
(MARTA) also makes the county convenient to downtown Atlanta, Buckhead
and the airport.
There's always something to discover in
DeKalb! Home to Georgia's most popular tourist attraction, Stone
Mountain Park, DeKalb offers a wealth of things to see and do. You won't
want to miss out on DeKalb's exceptional museums. From mummies to
mastodons to meteors, explore art and artifacts from ancient cultures at
Emory University's Michael C. Carlos Museum and stand eye to knee with
dinosaurs at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. If the sky's your
limit, you can also become a stargazer at the Fernbank Science Center's
STONE MOUNTAIN PARK
FERNBANK MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
MICHAEL C. CARLOS
CALLANWOLDE FINE ARTS
From luxury to economy, DeKalb offers the best in accommodations.
Convenient to major interstates and attractions, the county's many
accommodations will suite all your needs. Stay overnight in the quaint
suburbs of DeKalb, just a few short miles from downtown Atlanta and take
advantage of all the sights and sounds the city has to offer.
Dining: If you hunger for a taste of the
real South, look no further than Atlanta's DeKalb County! Biscuits and
gravy, fried chicken, black-eyed peas and turnip greens are served
piping hot all over DeKalb. If you enjoy Southern atmosphere, but would
like a taste of our international flavor - we have that too. DeKalb is
the most ethnically diverse county in the Southeast and the
International cuisine found in DeKalb reflects that diversity. Whether
you choose world class cuisine from Morocco, Japan, Germany, Greece,
Mexico, China, India or Africa, when dining in DeKalb, Southern
hospitality is always on the menu.
Itineraries: With all the
wonderful things DeKalb has to offer, a little planning may be in order.
The following itineraries are helpful suggestions on the best ways to
get the most out of your DeKalb County experience. And of course, if you
need assistance with planning, contact the DCVB.
Beat of Shopping
Art Lover's Package
Down Memory Lane
Between a Rock
,and a Hard Place
Shopping: Shoppers in DeKalb
County will find everything from serious bargins to exquisite
specialties in settings that are just as varied. Quaint street side
shops, glittering malls and friendly neighborhood centers are located
throughout DeKalb. Antiques abound almost everywhere you look, and are
commonly concentrated in the heart of the suburbs' picturesque squares
historic districts. If you are looking for a great place to shop, it's
DeKalb Convention and Visitors Bureau
Public Relations, DeKalb and the
Arts, The DeKalb Visitor
750 Commerce Drive, Suite 200
Decatur, GA 30030
Web Site: www.dcvb.org