Moving Companies in Atlanta, GA
Make your move from Atlanta peachy
Georgia’s capital city is the second-fastest growing area of the U.S., behind the Dallas-Fort Worth metro. And while the growth brings plenty of opportunities, it may be time for you to find a new adventure. To move from Atlanta, you need to find a moving service that can handle the traffic of Atlanta, and also the trip to your new home. U-Pack does it all.
With local service centers both around Georgia and across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, you can move just about anywhere affordably and easily. U-Pack is a self-moving service where you do the packing and loading, but we do all the driving. We deliver your belongings door to door, so you don’t have to navigate rush hour in a rental truck. Explore the U-Pack service here, and then get a free moving quote online to check rates.
Hit the Atlanta hot spots
Before you hang up your Atlanta resident hat, make sure you’ve been to all of these top places. These are all iconic ATL, and a visit to these spots will make sure you’ve completed your local bucket list.
- Drink internationally at the World of Coca-Cola. Along with learning about the creation of the iconic soda, you can try over 100 drinks from around the world. Will you love Bibo Pine-Nut, Sparletta Sparberry or Beverly best?
- Splash or stroll at Centennial Olympic Park. This 22-acre space was home to the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, and you can roam the lawns and play in the Fountain of Rings.
- Encounter animals at the Georgia Aquarium. Along with the fantastic aquarium exhibits, you can get up close and personal with dolphins, seals, sea lions and more. Get a group together for a sleepover under the sea, which is one of the more unique experiences at the aquarium.
- Visit the Varsity. They’ll ask you “What’ll ya have?” Choose from hot dogs, burgers and other diner fare, but be sure to use their lingo! A “heavy weight” is a hot dog with extra chili, and a “glorified steak” is a hamburger with lettuce, tomato and mayo.
- Catch a performance at the Fox Theatre. What began as a movie house in 1929 has morphed throughout the years to a restored, world-renowned performing arts venue. The “Fabulous Fox” has hosted everyone from Elvis to Madonna.
- Step into literary history at the Margaret Mitchell House. Visit the home where Peggy Marsh wrote Gone with the Wind. You can learn about Peggy before, during and after the book and movie.
- Learn at the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park. There are many sites to see to learn about the civil rights leader. Walk through his entire life — Start at the Visitor’s Center, then visit the birth home, Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, The King Center (with Dr. and Mrs. King’s tombs), the “I Have a Dream” World Peace Rose Garden and the BEHOLD monument.
1165 Wilburn Rd
Conley GA, 30288