The Krog Street Tunnel is a tunnel in Atlanta known for its street art. The tunnel links the Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Inman Park neighborhoods. It is very popular among cyclists, and is proposed to be used as part of the BeltLine, for bicyclists and pedestrians to cross Hulsey Yard.
In October 2014, The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces planned a masquerade which was to be a private and ticket-only event. The event was voted down at the local Neighborhood Planning Unit, but a permit was approved by the city anyway. This move angered neighbors, who would not have access to the tunnel during the masquerade. Local artist Peter Ferarri stated, "I think artists were upset that their work was being used to promote and sell tickets to this party without any compensation to them."
Kasey Kelley | Feb 7, 2018
My sister recently visited from Arkansas and wanted to see the street art. We parked near Krog St. tunnel and walked around all day looking at the street art and searching for tiny doors. Its urban beauty at its finest. It was an all day adventure but it was so much fun. While we were walking through the tunnel someone was filming a music video which I thought was cool. My sister got the Atlanta experience for sure lol. My daughter is an artist so I definitely want to take her there. She will surely be inspired.
Bud Raymond | Feb 7, 2018
Interesting piece of Atlanta art culture. Urban graffiti/mural is definitely worth checking out.
Toki Huff | Oct 15, 2017
Loved it! Edgy Urban vibe. This tunnel is loaded with eye-catching art painted all over its walls . We took lots of pictures. My teenage son fell in love with this place.
Aravind films | Dec 12, 2017
This is a good place for photography and has lots of graffiti and art if you're into that kind of stuff, I personally liked it a lot.
James Johnson | Sep 10, 2017
This place is absolutely amazing. The decor is a walk through popular culture. It's even easy to add to the pop culture with the spray paint cans that are laying around.
Amanda McLaughlin | Mar 29, 2018
A must see, constantly changing art, beyond the tunnel you will walk along streets that are filled with true art pieces that are great for speculation and photography
Nateena Ramnarine | Mar 21, 2018
Theres a lot of graffiti leading up to the tunnel that was pretty cool. The graffiti within the tunnel was ok because a lot of it drawn on top of each other. Also, you can find a tiny door of Atlanta here.
Joshua Lesser | Apr 3, 2018
This tunnel used to have amazing graffiti. It is now being overrun by amateurish artists and haters who ruin other people's art. Every day someone thinks they are Atlanta's next rap star or model filming videos and taking selfies. People leave their trash everywhere. Yipsters are everywhere. Cyclists, which I am one, make it dangerous by using the narrow sidewalks instead of the road. As with many parts of the beltline, there is plenty bad with the good.
Alan Larsen | Mar 7, 2018
An iconic, hidden treat tucked throughout a dimly lit underpass. The art is political, but tasteful and always changing.
David Eads | Apr 25, 2018
It’s constantly changing, and gentrifying like all of Atlanta. Visitors (and suburbanites) should walk through here to take it all in. It seems edgy at first, but really it’s pretty safe.
Alex Krasner | Apr 24, 2018
One of my favorite locations in Atlanta, this tunnel and it's surrounding neighborhood fully encompasses the vibes of Atlanta.... Tagged and decorated with a myraid of street art, this tunnel is a landmark for generations of artists and rebels rising out of this southern metropolis.
Kelvin Gilley | May 4, 2018
One of the most iconic places EVER! U HAVE got to make it down there and take pics!
Phil Lunney | Jun 8, 2018
Krog Street Tunnell is a connector Which goes thru many vectors From the newly skyrised To the Cabbage Town sized It is repainted so quickly You might miss it if you're sickly But it can be an entry Into a different symmetry For the pictures on the walls Will often be called And tomorrow's art Becomes the next part Phil Lunney 6.9.2018
Zina Bascho | May 16, 2018
Really beautiful. We went on a Saturday morning so ther was little too no crowd.
Stephen Marino | May 21, 2018
I am always looking for interesting locations to have a photo session. The Krog St tunnel was an amazing location to make a story. Exercize caution if you decide to visit because there is an extremely diversified flow of people who pass through.
JOYCE NEWELL | Jun 26, 2018
Worth seeing at least once perhaps best from a bicycle though because it's hard to see large graffiti up close on the walkway
Satin Doll | Jul 10, 2018
I love kept street! Beautiful scenery. Lovely paintings and nice people!!!
Holly Hades | Jul 2, 2018
Been there before and has some of the best graffiti in Atl, great place to go for inspiration and just as a fun walk.
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