Grant Park is a park dedicated to an engineer in Atlanta. The small park is quite fun, with many free-to-visit landscapes, dense plants, and a lot of natural resource display areas.
Grant Park is built next to a lake. The interior of this park is beautiful, and many sculptures are very humanistic natural scenery.
Grant Park and nearby neighborhoods are named in memory of Lemuel P. (L.P.) Grant, a civil engineer who built the Georgia Railroad and was known as the "Father of Atlanta." The park is located near the city center and is home to the Atlanta Zoo. Strolling in the bungalows and Victorian homes of the 1920s and 1930s, you can feel the rich historical atmosphere. There are plenty of tree-lined roads and undulating stone mountains in the park to wash you away from the exhaustion of a day's work. There are also swings, swimming pools, and basketball courts. The Bluebird Coffee House at the other end of the park was recently named the best place for breakfast by Mr. Fashion magazine.
Grant Park is very nice, the environment here is very good, there are flowers and plants everywhere, the temperature is very poetic, and the air is good.
It is called the back garden of Atlanta. Although the entire park covers a small area, it is very delicate