The Business Learning Community is located just west of UGA’s historic North Campus, between Hull and Lumpkin streets, facing Baxter Street.
Visitors are encouraged to park at the Tate Center Deck. The deck is a pay-by-the-hour facility, and payment is due upon leaving.
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Quirky vibes. Southern charm.
Athenians like to describe Athens as a small town with big-city amenities. What they mean is no matter what your interests are, you can find people who share your passion. If you like art, Athens is home to Georgia’s state art museum, but it’s also home to galleries where you can volunteer and meet other artists. If you like sports, you can take in a football game at Sanford Stadium or join an adult soccer rec league. If you like music, you can check out big-name bands at the town’s storied music venues or find people to jam with on your back porch.
Arts and Culture
Athens is an artistic hotbed, from its world-renowned music scene, which spawned groups like R.E.M., Widespread Panic and the B-52s, to its multitude of offerings for those interested in visual art, crafts, theater, performance and much more. Catch a concert at one of several legendary music venues, enjoy art at local galleries, or nurture your creative side by taking a pottery class or showcasing your talents at the next open mic night.
The Outdoors Awaits
Located about an hour from hundreds of miles of trails nestled into the Blue Ridge Mountains and great kayaking and fishing, Athens is an ideal home base for those who want to spend their weekends in the wilderness. But there are plenty of places to get outside during the week, including more than 40 miles of natural surface, wooded hiking trails and a 4.5-mile mountain biking course. There’s also a 12-mile and growing network of paved multi-use trails connecting the park system to the university and downtown Athens.
Named one of the most Underrated Food Cities in the South by USA Today, Athens’ food scene can satisfy whatever craving you have, including gourmet and homestyle barbecue, authentic international cuisine and modern twists on Southern classics. With plenty of places to visit in the walkable downtown as well as surrounding neighborhoods, you’ll have a tough time deciding on your new favorite spot.
Appealing and Eclectic
Athens is outstanding by many measures:
- South’s Best College Town (Southern Living, March 2022)
- Coolest College Towns in America (The Discoverer, 2021)
- The Most Underrated Travel Destinations in the U.S. (HuffPost, November 2021)
- Best Cities in the U.S. for Craft Beers and Brews (Fodors.com, November 2021)
- College football’s 25 best tailgates in 2021 (247sports.com, August 2021)
- 30 Most Charming Small-Town Downtowns in America (HGTV, February 2022)
- 10 Best Places for a Cycling Vacation (Lonely Planet, January 2022)