As home to Georgia’s most visited public attraction – Stone Mountain and minutes from numerous Atlanta area attractions, DeKalb County offers tourists numerous opportunities to enjoy their leisure time away from home.
The County has numerous shopping malls, restaurants, and parks to ensure that there is something for everyone young or old.
Residents and visitors alike are attracted to its many shopping centers and regional malls where they find everything from basement bargains to high-end boutiques. While numerous national and regional chains call DeKalb home, there is an abundance of locally owned shops that are unique to DeKalb alone.
DeKalb also has small, friendly neighborhood centers along with historical squares and main streets.
Once visitors tire of shopping, the County’s parks and nature trails offer relaxing walks, hikes, and other recreational activities. Whether it is the Stone or Arabia Mountain or the Fernbank Science Center or Michael C. Carlos Museum, there is something for everyone in DeKalb.
The DeKalb Chamber frequently partners with the DeKalb Convention and Visitors Bureau (www.dcvb.org) to aid visitors and travelers with crucial county information. For more information on specific attractions and to obtain information for your next outing, contact the DeKalb Convention and Visitors Bureau at 770-492-5010.
Chamblee’s Antique Row
East Atlanta Village – On the edge of DeKalb County, near Moreland Ave and I-20, sits one of Atlanta’s hippest shopping, dining and entertainment districts
Old Mill Antiques Village – A treasure chest of quality antiques and great values await you in this restored Georgia textile village, just a few minutes from Downtown Decatur and Your DeKalb Farmers Market. Don’t miss the Primitive Eye Gallery, one of Atlanta’s top folk art galleries.
Village Of Stone Mountain – http://www.stonemountainvillage.com
Your DeKalb Farmers Market – http://www.dekalbfarmersmarket.com
North DeKalb Mall
The Gallery At South DeKalb – http://www.southdekalbmall.com
The Mall At Stonecrest – http://www.mallatstonecrest.com
Wondering where you can find the latest Asian pop music and videos, Chinese herbs, Thai iced tea, Vietnamese books, Korean rice cakes, authentic Asian apparel and home decor, Hong Kong barbequed steak or dim sum? Look no further! Atlanta’s International Corridor is a destination for members of the Asian community throughout the southeast. However, everyone is welcome to enjoy authentic food at any of the casual or elegant restaurants, purchase unique gifts and make new discoveries.
The continuing integration of the area is evident in the Spanish-language signs popping up at the Asian markets. With all of these options, your visit to the International Corridor will be an authentic, rewarding experience you won’t soon forge