42 Atlanta Symphony Hall Tips
- Dressy 3
- Park in lot 1
- Parking is cheap 1
- Dine before you go 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Symphony hall is a very comfortable facility. There is plenty of leg room for people with knee issues.
Eat a nice meal before you go, there was small purchases there to buy but, you can only take bottled water into the symphony
It was $15.00 to park in the park deck on the next street it was well lit and there were police directing traffic.
The weather was A warm Fall night in GA. I wore A dress and heels. I like to dress up a bit when I go out to a show and to dine..
Parking is possible on Peachtree St right outside Woodruff Arts Center. You pay until 10PM - at a kiosk on the street. Then it's free after that. That gives you time for a bite after the show if you want. We got to the parking close to 7PM and paid $8. There are also parking garages in the area.
We had wine and appetizers right on the grounds of the Woodruff Arts Center at the 1280 lounge. Nice atmosphere. Mature crowd.
Leave home in plenty of time. We live less than 7 miles from Symphony Hall, and it took us 45 minutes to get there and park.
$10 right across the street
I wore A black dress, husband wore a suit minus the tie. Many others were much more casually dressed but I would recommend staying on the dressier side..
Shout restaurant across the street was wonderful ...walking distance was perfect!
The weather was Perfect Fall Evening. I wore business casual with a jacket, no tie. Don't wear a baseball cap or hoodie like I saw a few rows in front..
Drinks were very expensive. Wine started at $9/glass coffee was $3 mixed drinks even more
$10 parking across street
We parked at the lot across the street and saved $5 ($10 vs $15 at the venue).
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven, Mozart, Ravel
You are allowed to take any drink into the Center
People who take the time to look nice always stand out from the crowd
Not sure of the parking at the Woodruff so we valeted it - next time parking in the building