The Whitney at Sandy Springs features a secluded and peaceful community while being a quick commute to all the cosmopolitan excitement of Atlanta. Residents are never far from the best entertainment in Sandy Springs, Buckhead, and Downtown Atlanta. Before exploring the area, review our guide to Sandy Springs and Atlanta.
If you need a break from the city, retreat to the natural beauty of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Here, you can spend a Sunday afternoon on a leisurely raft ride down the Chattahoochee River, walk along the nature trails, and enjoy a picnic with scenic views. Visitors can even go fishing for rainbow trout and see all sorts of wildlife, including playful river otters!
Heritage Sandy Springs Museum showcases Civil War and heritage exhibits, as well as historical artifacts and documents. This museum is located on a four-acre park around the original “sandy springs,” now known as Heritage Green. Heritage Sandy Springs Museum has many free and affordable programs and cultural events. View their upcoming events here.
You can also learn more about Atlanta’s past at the Atlanta History Center. This expansive historic experience covers 33-acres, which includes exhibits, historic houses, and gardens. Visitors can spend an entire day exploring Atlanta History Center. There is also a coffee shop and a casual eatery to enjoy a locally sourced meal on-site. You can even browse the museum shop for a memento of your time at the Atlanta History Center.
Enter an underwater world at the Georgia Aquarium. Visitors can explore the exhibits and galleries, which includes 10 million gallons of fresh and marine water aquariums filled with aquatic life. Participate in an animal encounter with beluga whales, penguins, dolphins, sea otters, or whale sharks. There are also a variety of themed events. Purchase your tickets to the Georgia Aquarium here.
There is plenty to see and do near our apartments in Sandy Springs. Schedule a visit to The Whitney at Sandy Springs today!