Where restored Victorians and original Craftsman cottages line stroller-friendly sidewalks.
A new series of beautiful parks offer dramatic water features, great playgrounds and open green spaces, all within easy walking distance of the charming downtown. Visitors to Norcross enjoy live music, diverse culinary offerings and galleries. Norcross was voted "Gwinnett's Best Arts & Culture Scene" by Gwinnett Magazine, and area artists display their work throughout downtown. Just around the corner, the Kudzu Art Zone and the Lionheart Theatre call Norcross home.
"Norcross was voted 'Gwinnett's Best Arts & Culture Scene,' and area artists display their work throughout downtown."
Norcross has played host to a number of film and TV productions, like Ozark, Dynasty, Greenleaf, The Outsider, The Miracle Worker and many others.
Food is always a fantastic reason to visit a place, and this city is not lacking in diverse options. Norcross' dining destinations include 45 South Cafe, Paizano's, Dominick's, Zapata Tacos & Tequila Bar, The Crossing, Iron Horse Tavern, Mojito's, Chase's Grill & Wingery and Bleu House Cafe & The Market. If you're looking for a more diverse dish, head over to Buford Highway to experience everything from Vietnamese to Bangladeshi meals.
An ongoing calendar of activities keeps this vintage town fresh and exciting to visit. There's trivia and karaoke nights at the local pub, an outdoor summer concert series and the annual art festival, Norcross Art Splash (October), which is one of the biggest in metro Atlanta. Other events include the "Bluesberry Festival" in July and the British Car Fayre in September.
Historic Norcross hosts a diversity of creative activities for all ages and interests, earning its reputation as a "place to imagine."