Top Places to Instagram in Atlanta

We are all obsessed with Instagram here, and here are some of the best places in Atlanta to get those photos.

May 4, 2016
Braves Stadium

David Youmans

Atlanta has seen a ton of growth, so much in fact that it is the most populous city in the South. We have people moving here all of the time, and people visiting our great city. So, the AJC came out with a list of the most popular places in Atlanta to Instagram! Because let's be honest, we are all obsessed with Instagram. Here is a list of the 15 most popular places to get that perfect Instapic.

15. Philips Arena

When the Hawks fans aren't filling up the arena, music fans keep downtown Atlanta alive

14. Westin Peachtree Plaza

The glass-covered 73-story hotel in downtown Atlanta stands out in the city skyline. Plus, the revolving Sun Dial Restaurant gives visitors a great 360 degree view of the city

13. The Masquerade

This music venue by the Beltline and Ponce City Market attracts musicians of all genres.

12. Jackson Street Bridge

Elevated to fame by "The Walking Dead" television series poster, this bridge has a classic, uninterrupted perspective of downtown Atlanta.

11. Bank of American Plaza

Commonly referred to as "the pencil building," the Bank of America Plaza in Atlanta is the tallest building in the southeast United States.

10. High Museum of Art

The High Museum of Art is often cited as the leading art museum in the southeastern United States.

9. Atlanta Marriott Marquis

This hotel looks like something out of a science fiction story. That explains why this downtown Atlanta commonly hosts conferences like Dragon Con and why it was chosen as a set for the film "Mockingjay" of the Hunger Games trilogy.

8. Hyatt Regency Atlanta

This hotel is famous for it's atrium and Polaris blue dome.

7. Atlantic Station

The growing area is often touted as one of the best places in Atlanta to work, play and live.

6. The Tabernacle

This downtown concert hall has hosted almost every type of musician and music lover.

5. World of Coca-Cola

Have you tried the dozens of soda flavors from around the world at this museum yet?

4. Georgia Aquarium

This aquarium has 10 million gallons of water and is the largest in the Western Hemisphere.

3. Centennial Olympic Park

Built for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, this park connects the major tourist venues in Atlanta.

2. Turner Field

When the Braves nab a win in town, you can find scores of fans in Turner Field.

1. Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park may be Atlanta's equivalent of New York's Central Park. This park is perfect for a run or a game of flag football and the home of Music Midtown and the annual Pride Parade.