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Krog Street Tunnel
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The Krog Street Tunnel is a tunnel in Atlanta known for its street art. The tunnel links the Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Inman Park neighborhoods. It is very popular among cyclists, and is proposed to be used as part of the BeltLine, for bicyclists and pedestrians to cross Hulsey Yard.
Walk along Wylie to see the best murals in town and walk through Krog Tunnel to see the ever changing work from Atlanta's finest. The Beltline now runs along the future site of more murals.
Walk inside the tunnel and into Cabbagetown to view the outdoor murals. Stop by Ponce City market afterword for a bite and a beer.
An ever-changing artists pallet that only locals know about! You will be impressed. Close to the newly opened Krog Street Market.
A quintessential ATL landmark...new street art created daily. Right on the belt line and close to plenty of restaurants and bars.
Photographers delight! This quirky living wall is the gateway to Cabbagetown. The tunnel is an ever-changing kaleidoscope of graffiti and street art. It's a good place to catch a selfie!
Local attraction for taking pics, amazing street art, and spotting artists shooting music videos.
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