Located in the center of Atlanta, Midtown is a hub of diversity and entertainment. Whether it’s for work or play, people from all over the country, and the world, flock to this Atlanta neighborhood. With a thriving arts scene and some of the city’s most iconic architecture, Midtown is loaded with sights, activities and hangout spots. Not only will you spot internationally recognized companies such as Turner, the Cartoon Network and The Coca-Cola Company in Midtown, you’ll also find renowned educational institutions such as Georgia Tech and Savannah College of Art and Design. Midtown is home an arts scene unlike any other in Atlanta—the Historic Fox Theater, Woodruff Arts Center and the Loft and Vinyl are just a few places in the city for the performing arts. Many Midtown structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it’s not hard to see why. If you are impressed by city landmarks such as Rhodes Hall and Margaret Mitchell House, head for the Bank of America Plaza or 1180 Peachtree to see some of the tallest and most iconic structures in Atlanta. You’ll find plenty of places to stay along Piedmont and 10th Street, and dozens of options for eats on Peachtree or 10th Street. Piedmont Park is the go-to place to walk your dog, and the Atlantic Botanical Garden is a great place to unwind. Midtown also hosts the Atlantic Arts Festival, Dogwood Festival, Music Midtown and Gay Pride each year, attracting hundreds of people to this already-popular tourist spot.