Westside Trail Walking Tour + Monday Night Garage Grand Opening

  • September 23, 2017
  • 10:00 AM
  • Ashby MARTA Station

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • All hikers must register separately. Please be sure to order your tickets to the Monday Night event separately
  • All hikers must register separately. We will match tour ticket purchase to the Monday Night event dollar-for-dollar in the form of membership credits.

Registration is closed


Join us as we explore the newest segment of the Atlanta Beltline, the Westside Trail. After the tour, we will be attending the grand opening of the new Monday Night Garage. You can register for either part or both.

Important

  • There is no charge to go on the walking tour but all hikers MUST pre-register here, on this event listing.
  • If you would like to attend the Monday Night Grand Opening, you must purchase your tickets online separately.
  • VIP ticket holders get in at 12:00, which is the time we will be arriving at the brewery.
  • General admission ticket holders get in at 2:00pm.
  • The tour begins at the Ashby transit station and ends at the Monday Night Garage. The West End transit station is a 0.6 mile walk from the Monday Night Garage.
  • Non-members: You will receive a membership credit in that is equivalent to the dollar value of your admission ticket to the Monday Night event. Just email us a copy of your receipt. Same applies to the Bearings BBQ & Brew bike tour event on Oct 1.

See also...

What you will see and learn...

  • How and why the Atlanta Beltline came to be
  • Updates on the design, construction and funding of the entire Beltline project including trails, transit and green space (parks)
  • History of the neighborhoods that are located along the WST including Adair Park, Ashview Heights, Hunter Hills, Just Us, Mosley Park, Oakland City, Washington Park, West End and Westview
  • Cultural and historical points of interest throughout the area
  • Three railroad tunnels (Murphy/Lee, RDA, Lucile)
  • Four Bridges (Lawton, I-20, Westview Dr, MLJ Jr Blvd)
  • Fourteen (14) points that allow people to access the WST from the surrounding neighborhoods
  • Some very interesting art work and murals along the WST
  • Updates on commercial developments along the WST including Lee + White Food & Beverage District and Murphy's Crossing
  • Updates on transit-oriented development on or near the WST
  • Proposed transit stops along the WST
  • Connecting trails and other cool places to explore in the surrounding areas

About Your Tour Guide

Steve Saenz is the founder of Urban Explorers of Atlanta. Since 2014, Steve has led over 200 walking tours throughout Atlanta many of which have been on or along the Atlanta Beltline. 

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