Emory University is located in a beautiful, wooded, section of northeast Atlanta about 4 miles from downtown. A sprawling city with masses of trees and rolling hills, Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and one of the South's leading cities. Atlanta is an international city as well, having hosted the Olympic Games in the summer of 1996. Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. Downtown Atlanta is a center of political, legal and financial activity, and one of the top convention and tourism cities in North America.
- MARTA (Atlanta's transit system)
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Access Atlanta
- Atlanta Convention and Visitor's Bureau
- Creative Loafing
- Atlanta CitySearch
- Atlanta Best of the Web
- Georgia Tourism
- Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
- Atlanta Downtown
- Georgia’s Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Guide (State Area)
- Georgia’s Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Guide (Atlanta Area)
Emory's main campus is located in the suburban Atlanta neighborhood of Druid Hills. Please browse Emory's Campus Tours section to see videos and images of the notable architecture and green spaces to enjoy here. You can read the Emory Visitor's Guide online or download it.
The campus is about a 15-minute drive from the downtown, midtown and Buckhead areas. Plan on at least 30 minutes by car from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. MARTA, Atlanta's mass transit system, operates regular bus service from several train stations near campus.
Emory Village restaurants include:
- Bad Dog Taqueria
- Chipotle Mexican Grill
- Dave's Cosmic Subs
- Doc Chey's Dragon Bowl
- Domino's Pizza
- Falafel King
- Ink & Elm
- Panera Bread
- Purple Corkscrew Wine Bar
- Romeo's New York Pizza
- Slice & Pint
- Yogli-Mogli Frozen Yogurt
- Zoës Kitchen
Emory Point is a new, mixed-use development located steps from the Emory Conference Center and Emory Campus with restaurants, shops, and parks.
Restaurants at Emory Point, include: