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It was a Sears many years ago now it’s brought back to life with cool shops and restaurants. The park mobile app makes it very easy to park. The parking lot is always busy but I use the garages. Don’t park across the street. The...More
We checked this place out and loved the whole set up. The diverse restaurants, eclectic beer store and the atmosphere was great. As it is situated along some of the belt line we did walk along and enjoyed the views. I can imagine that it...More
During a recent trip to Atlanta, I caught a car to Ponce City Market. This was a place I'd never been, and boy, had I been missing out! Ponce City Market is a mixed-use development housed in the former Sears, Roebuck & Company building, and...More
A great stop for anyone in your group. Maybe Ubering here is a good move, because you pay to park. Download the parking app if you live in ATL. Lots of buzz with both indoor and outdoor stores and food. Get up to the 3rd...More
Visiting Atlanta for 1st time during Columbus Day weekend. This market was originally a Sears Roebuck Building. It was converted. There are some specialty shops but is mainly a food emporium. If you like old architecture than you will enjoy this or if you like...More
Cool spot to do on a Sunday. Took my parents here to see the place. They loved it. Shops , restaurants and beer. Oh and they have a rooftop too. Parking is a bit tough....i don't like to pay for a park and wait also...More
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Adults are $10, children $7. That is for admission only. Once up there you can spend a small fortune. the carnival games range from $2 to $5 a game. The slide is only $1 but the ride that you pull yourself up, which is cute... More
Adults are $10, children $7. That is for admission only. Once up there you can spend a small fortune. the carnival games range from $2 to $5 a game. The slide is only $1 but the ride that you pull yourself up, which is cute & a nice view, is $3 for about 2 minutes. Mini golf is also expensive. It's worth a visit on a nice day just for the views.