People get to Piedmont Park by MARTA, automobile, walking, and biking.
Take MARTA to the Midtown Station OR Arts Center Station.
Upon exiting the Midtown Station, take 10th Street towards Peachtree Street and continue on 10th until you reach Piedmont Avenue. Turn left on Piedmont Avenue and walk two blocks to the 12th and 14th Street gates of Piedmont Park. (or you can continue walking on 10th Street and the park will soon be on your left side).
Exit the Arts Center Station heading south on West Peachtree street for one block. Head east (go left) on 14th Street for three blocks until you reach the 14th Street entrance to the Park.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO RIDE MARTA?
MARTA suggests you purchase a round-trip ticket at the station you depart from. A round-trip ticket is $5.00 ($2.50 each way) plus $1 for the Breeze Card (hard plastic, not the paper ticket).
Each rider needs their own Breeze Card, no sharing. Tap your ticket to enter the faregate and tap again when leaving the system.
MARTA vending machines accept cash, credit and debit cards.
LANIER PARKING SOLUTIONS is the preferred parking company of the 2013 Atlanta Jazz Festival.
If you do drive, parking is available in the Campanile Parking Deck at 1155 Juniper Street and at the Sage Parking Facility operated by the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Campanile Parking Deck – 1155 Juniper Street
Juniper behind 14th Street Playhouse, one block from Piedmont Park.
Sage Parking Facility
The SAGE Parking facility is operated by the Atlanta Botanical Garden and is available for visitors to Piedmont Park and the Garden. See map BELOW showing the route to the Sage Parking Facility.
ADA Parking: Please use the Sage Parking Garage.
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will be at the Atlanta Jazz Festival and will offer a secure and easy-to-use bike parking service. Best of all its FREE. Too often, large events quickly run out of bicycle rack space for those who choose to bike to avoid traffic. Not at the Atlanta Jazz Festival. The Bike Valet will be on hand to help us all reduce the event’s impact on traffic congestion and carbon emissions and give people more transportation options
The following park entrances are wheelchair accessible: 12th Street Gate; 14th Street Gate; Charles Allen Drive Gate; Park Drive.