Moving from Cincinnati, OH to Atlanta, GA

Have Georgia on your mind?

Moving south to Atlanta, Georgia, from Cincinnati, Ohio, is about 460 miles. While the cities have differences in climate, culture and attractions due to their locations, you’ll also find some comforting similarities as you settle in at your new home in Atlanta.   

Expect warmer weather in Atlanta

While average yearly temperatures in Cincinnati are typically between 24 and 86 degrees, you’ll want to prepare for slightly warmer temperatures in Atlanta, with averages ranging from 35 to 89 degrees. The main difference you’ll notice is the amount of snow during the winter. Atlanta has averaged just over two inches during the past 30 years, while Cincinnati’s annual average per season is just over 20 inches.

Find your place in the Hollywood of the South

Several movies have been filmed in Cincinnati due to Ohio’s tax credits for the industry. You’ll find even more film production in Atlanta, dubbed “the Hollywood of the South,” since Georgia overtook California in 2016 as the state producing the most feature films. Atlanta’s tax incentives make it attractive for major film companies such as EUE/Screen Gems, Turner and Tyler Perry Studios. 

Family-friendly fun and educational opportunities

Atlanta is an excellent place to raise a family, with kid-friendly attractions and plenty of educational prospects available for all ages.  

Families can visit places like: 

The city has nearly 600 public and private schools to serve PreK — 12 education and 22 colleges and universities for adult learners.  

Want to know the price for your move to Atlanta?

Through our 239 service centers, U-Pack® is prepared to help you move from Ohio to Georgia. We’re a self-moving service with over 25 years of experience in out-of-state moves. We take care of all the driving, so all you have to focus on is the packing, loading and unloading. Get your free online quote today, or call us at 844-362-5303844-594-3077 to speak to a moving consultant.