Morrow Atlanta Metro

In Morrow visitors can trace their family history at the National and State Archives, head to Spivey Hall for jazz and classical music, and find outdoor adventure at Reynolds Nature Preserve, including 4 miles of hiking trails plus an interpretive center. Olde Town Morrow is a unique place for shopping, dining and entertainment.
  • Georgia Archives

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  • Southlake Mall

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  • National Archives at Atlanta

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  • Dock at Reynolds Nature Preserve

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  • Spivey Hall

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  • Spring bridge at Reynolds Nature Preserve

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Originally a small railway stop between Jonesboro and Atlanta, Morrow has grown to a vibrant commercial hub, offering visitors unique shopping, dining and entertainment venues, as well as convenience to nearby Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and the cosmopolitan amenities of Atlanta. Visitors can seek out their own history at the National Archives at Atlanta and the Georgia Archives where the famous, infamous and anonymous of years past may be found. In the mood for a concert? Head to Spivey Hall, a world-renowned performance facility that has presented the finest in jazz and classical music to metro Atlanta since 1993. Even with its close proximity to Atlanta, visitors will still find lots of nature and outdoor adventures. They may even have a squirrel, rabbit, or other wildlife creature cross their path at Reynolds Nature Preserve, a 146 acres outdoor facility. Start your adventure in Morrow, today. 

Visitor Information Center

6475 Jonesboro Road
Morrow, GA 30260

Visit Website

Phone: 770-968-1623

Morrow Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.