What to Do in Atlanta

Between local alumni, Central Office staff situated in Atlanta, and actives of Alpha Iota Delta (Georgia Tech), we curated two lists of things to do in Atlanta. The first one is a targeted list of activities led by Chi Psis on individual days. If you have questions about joining any of those groups, contact the "captain" listed on each, or reach out to co@chipsi.org. On the second graphic, you'll see a general list of restaurants, attractions, and more in the Atlanta area. Anything bolded on that list is considered walking distance (usually less than 1.5 miles) from the Westin Hotel, where most attendees will be staying. These are intended to expedite attendees' adventures in Atlanta, as well as offer alternative options for the weekend for partners, kids, and other non-Chi Psi attendees at Convention. Enjoy!

If you are interested in joining alumni for the activities on Thursday, please register below. Anyone who is interested will gather by the Olympic rings in Centennial Park at 12:30 on Thursday. More information to come on who will be leading these tour groups. Below these tour group registrations are options for activities on Friday and Saturday for non-Chi Psi attendees and children to attend. Make sure to check out these tours to make the most of your time in Atlanta!

Thursday Tour Groups

Friday and Saturday Activities

On Friday and Saturday, Sheila Heffernon has organized activities for Chi Psi spouses and children. Please see below for information and registration for these opportunities. Please make sure to register using the forms below if you plan to attend.

Friday, July 28: Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

Explore exhibits at the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park including the Visitor Center, the D.R.E.A.M. Gallery's current exhibit, "Georgia's Global Peacemakers: The Carter and King Legacy," the International World Peace Rose Garden, the MLK Jr. monument, and recently renovated Ebenezer Baptist Church. For those interested, Sheila will arrange a 30-minute tour of Dr. King's birthplace on Friday morning. This visit will last approximately 3 hours and anyone interested can join for lunch at The Edgewood Corner Tavern afterwards. Please meet Sheila Heffernon in the main lobby of the Westin Hotel near the escalators by 8:45AM to depart at 9AM for this activity. Transportation will be provided.

Saturday, July 29: The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

Join a tour of the Carter Presidential Library and Museum including a life size replica of the Oval Office, "A Day in the Life of a President" exhibit, and other artifacts, all surrounded by 35 acres of ponds, local wildlife, and rolling grounds. The tour will last approximately one hour. Tickets can be purchased in advance online, or on Saturday morning; ticket prices are: Adults 17+ - $12.00; Seniors 60+ - $10.00. Please meet Sheila Heffernon in the main lobby of the Westin Hotel near the escalators by 9:45AM to depart at 10AM for this tour. Transportation will be provided. 

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