Map and Points of Interest...
The National Museum of Decorative Painting is located in Atlanta's thriving West Midtown Design District. This once industrial area is now the home of wonderful antique shops, art galleries, interior design firms, fine restaurants and eateries, and our newest neighbor, the Atlanta Ballet.
We are also just minutes north of Atlantic Station, Atlanta's spectacular new urban shopping and housing area conveniently located on Interstate I-75 near the midtown and downtown areas. Here, you may enjoy upscale dining, shopping, and specialty stores such as Ikea.
The Museum is easily accessible and just blocks from Interstate I-75.
From I-75, exit on Howell Mill Road and travel west. Turn right onto Chattahoochee (Industrial Drive) Avenue. Turn left onto Woodmont Lane. The Museum is the first red brick building on your left. Parking is available at the front and rear of the building, as well as along the street.
Points of Interest...
Nearby you can find:
Sam Flax Art Supply and The Atlanta Ballet
The District shopping center:
Wal-Mart, Kroger, Einstein Bros Bagels, Office Depot, T J Maxx, Ulta 3 Cosmetics, Verizon Wireless
Ikea, Rosa Mexicana and other fine restaurants. Ann Taylor Loft and other fine apparel stores.
There are countless things to do and see in Atlanta. You may be interested in visiting attractions such as Margaret Mitchell House, The World of Coca Cola, Zoo Atlanta, The Cyclorama, The King Center for Non Violent Change, Turner Field, The State Capitol, and Underground Atlanta.
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Flip Burger Boutique, Johnny's New York Pizza, The Breakfast and Brunch House, Nuevo Laredo Cantina, West Egg, Taquria Del Sol, Star Provisions, Figo Pasta, Willy's Mexican Grill, Chin Chin Chinese Food, Little Azio Pasta and 6 Feet Under Seafood.
McDonalds, Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Arby's, Pizza Hut/KFC, Starbucks, Einstein Bros. Bagels and Waffle House.