The Old Fourth Ward is a historic Atlanta neighborhood just east of downtown, known for being the birthplace of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Now a hip, diverse area full of modern amenities and historic charm, Old Fourth Ward features plenty to do for every taste. Outdoor adventures await along Atlanta’s Beltline, including shopping, eateries, and its prized Eastside Trail. Historic Fourth Ward Park, Central Park, and the Freedom Barkway Dog Park offer excellent space to soak up that legendary southern weather. Old Fourth Ward is home to a wide array of entertainment, including the Martin Luther King Jr. National Park, Dad’s Garage Improv Theater, the A3C Hip Hop Festival, the Sweet Auburn Historic District, and close proximity to The Carter Center. Old Fourth Ward is also proud of its wide array of building and street art, scattered throughout the area. Shopping and world-class cuisine can be found at both the Ponce City Market and the Irwin Street Market. And if it good eats and nightlife you’re looking for, Edgewood Avenue boasts a large selection of bars, pubs, and restaurants, including the famous Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, the Joystick Game Bar, Edgewood Pizzeria, the Old Fourth Distillery, and even a secret, hidden speakeasy!