Enjoy historic neighborhoods (Brookhaven Village and Lynwood Park), Oglethorpe University (theatre, art and sports), Town Brookhaven (dining, shopping and entertainment), Village Place (eateries and shoppes), Atlanta Silverbacks (professional soccer), Weekly Food Truck Roundup, an International Corridor and much more. Brookhaven was voted one of the most exciting places in Georgia by Movoto.com.
Come and explore Georgia's newest city located just minutes from downtown Atlanta. Brookhaven is located inside the I-285 perimeter and backs up to Buckhead. The city offers 14 parks and offers various seasonal events. We offer easy access to major interstate highways and the MARTA rail line.
The City of Brookhaven offers 11 hotels and 1616 hotel rooms from limited to full service hotels. We offer a variety of properties that appeal to various visitors.
As the largest city in Dekalb County, Brookhaven is 12 square miles and has 50,000 residents. The city was started in December of 2012.
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4362 Peachtree Rd
Brookhaven, GA 30319
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13th Annual Perspectives Georgia Pottery Invitational
The opening Gala, Reception and Preview Sale is a pottery collector’s paradise with an extensive selection of handmade functional pottery with over 5,000 handmade pieces in the Rocket Hall Sales Gallery. Meet and mingle with this year’s participating potters.
1842 Inn Brochure
Perfect for intimate weddings, social events and corporate gatherings. Or simply enjoy a relaxing, romantic getaway to discover Macon’s many treasures.
2,000 Union Soldiers In South Georgia
A Museum dedicated to peace and harmony was the dream of the founder of Fitzgerald, Georgia’s Blue & Gray Museum. The vision was based on the story of the founding of the city by Yanks and Rebs in 1896 - thirty years after the Civil War – former enemies who worked side-by-side to create a community
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