Loaded with Southern charm and friendly people, Alpharetta is ranked as the 7th friendliest city in the country.
Only 22 miles north of downtown Atlanta, it maintains the small-town feel with all of the conveniences that one could ask for. It truly is an awesome place with a lot of things to do.
Download a free self-guided walking brochure, put on a good pair of walking shoes, and check out the 22 historical points of interest in Alpharetta.
TAKE A SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOUR OF DOWNTOWN
If you are a fan of Fixer Upper, then you will want to stop by La Bella Maison at 20 Milton Avenue.
SHOP LOCAL MERCHANTS AND NATIONAL BRANDS
The Alpharetta Farmer’s Market takes place each weekend (from the middle of April until the end of October) in downtown Alpharetta .
VISIT ALPHARETTA’S FARMER’S MARKET
The Nest Café is a local spot offering specialty brewed coffee, breakfast, and lunch.
EAT BREAKFAST LIKE A LOCAL
Jekyll Brewing is a local brewery that got its start with the help of local residents who helped crowdsource the funds needed to get things brewing.
SAMPLE LOCAL CRAFT BEER