Explore A Southern Hub of Culture and Creativity
Hotel Indigo Athens is located in the heart of historic Athens, Georgia. Creativity and culture fuel the local scene, which is dominated by music, art, some of the South's best restaurants and a heavy dose of academic initiative. From museums to music halls, Athens never fails to deliver an experience that engages and inspires the senses. Here, we share a few places on campus that we think make Athens the epicenter of Southern culture.
The Georgia Museum of Art
The Georgia Museum of Art is an academic museum as well as the official art museum of the state of Georgia.90 Carlton St.
State Botanical Garden of Georgia
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia comprises ornamental gardens, trails and a vast array of educational programs.2450 S. Milledge Avenue
Georgia Museum of Natural History
The Georgia Museum of Natural History is a consortium consisting of 14 natural history collections of archeological, biological, geological and paleontological materials.101 Cedar St
Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library
A department within the UGA Libraries, the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies serves as a center for research and study of the modern American political system.300 South Hull Street
Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall
Home of the Georgia Bulldogs, Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall is an 85,000-square-foot complex named after two of Georgia's most famous football coaches, Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre.1Selig Circle