Cabbagetown Atlanta Parking
Looking for cheap and affordable parking in Cabbagetown, Atlanta? On Air Parking offers a parking deal you can only get from us, with our low rates beginning at merely $1.99/day*!
Our parking is guaranteed, and there are absolutely no questions asked should you need to cancel or request a refund. Cancellation is FREE, as always. Purchase your affordable parking today!
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What's the address of your parking lot?
You should receive an email within 10 minutes of your purchase with the parking facility's name and address at which you'll be parking. If it's hard to pull up the address on your GPS or maps, we suggest checking our partner facilities' website (by Googling their name) or calling their number provided in your reservation.
What is your cancellation policy?
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What’s in the Neighborhood?
Krog Street Tunnel
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Cabbagetown is a unique and colorful neighborhood with a boho flair. Street art is everywhere you look, especially down by the Krog Street Tunnel where urban art is on fantastic display. The Krog Street Tunnel connects Cabbagetown with Inman Park and is the most famous tunnel in the city, both due to its age at 106 years old, and also the colorful street art that adorns it.
Tourists and locals alike flock to the tunnel to see it and drive through it. The street art in and around the tunnel is constantly changing as artists come from near and far to paint their masterpieces with spray paint. This gives the tunnel a new and fresh feeling on any given day, almost as if the tunnel itself is alive.
Cabbagetown is just east of Downtown Atlanta and only consists of four city blocks, yet even so is considered a main hub of Atlanta’s art and culture scene.
It is unknown how this neighborhood inherited its name. There are some rumors of an overturned cabbage truck of which the locals descended gleefully to partake of the fallen vegetables. Or perhaps it is due to the fact some mill workers used to grow cabbages in their front yard. Whatever the reason we may never know why it’s called Cabbagetown, however, the name is as quirky as the neighborhood itself.