This year’s Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes will take place the weekend of April 30th through May 1st and will include a little bit of everything. Live music, activities for the kids, the Tour of Homes, a street parade, artists’ market and of course..people watching! The weekend-long event is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the city’s incredible Spring weather, meet your neighbors, and poke around all those houses you’ve always wanted to look inside!
The Spring festival season is all about getting out and enjoying the weather, friends and community. There isn’t a better place to do this than Inman Park. Considered one of the nation’s first “Garden Suburbs”, a great importance was placed on the layout of streets, parks, and public spaces during its development. This foresight in the planning process has become one of Inman Park’s primary features. The residents here have unrivaled access to pedestrian friendly attractions from restaurants and cafes to shopping and the Atlanta Beltline.
Inman Park’s active neighborhood association has worked hard to preserve its history and character while also guiding it into the next generation. As you wind through the neighborhood you will find countless restorations, renovations and re-purposing projects ongoing in the area, a great examples of how the community is literally building their future around its past. Search homes for sale in Inman Park on our Inman Park page.
A timeline of the weekends festivities are listed below:
- Inman Park Tour of Homes 12 – 4pm
- Festival 11am – 8:30pm
- Inman Park Tour of Homes 12 – 6pm
- Parade 2pm start
- Music 11:30 – 9:30pm (3 stages)
- Dance Festival – 4-5pm
- Arts Festival 11am -6pm
- Festival 11am – 7pm
- Inman Park Tour of Homes 12pm – 6pm
- Music 11:30am – 7pm (3 stages)
- Dance Festival 4pm – 5pm
- Arts Festival 11am – 6pm
The tour of homes will showcase the variety of homes and architecture that Inman Park offers. This years tour will feature lovingly restored and/or updated Bungalows, American Foursquares, Victorian and Colonial Revivals, all with porches that will have you longing for a glass of grandmother’s sweet tea. There are also three lofts on this years tour, located along Dekalb Avenue, Inman Park’s more industrial border. And to top it all off the Inman Park Methodist Church dating back to the late 1800’s is opening it’s doors up for the Home Tour.
Click here for a sneak peak at the homes on this years tour, and to purchase your tickets.
Or, for general festival information visit the Inman Park Festival home page