Introduction to Chamblee, Georgia
Chamblee, which is one of the eight cities located in Dekalb County, was incorporated in 1908. Chamblee's early economy largely depended on its countless dairy farms, but major industrial growth occurred after the Second World War. Chamblee was named after an African American railroad worker and early petitioner of the city.
Chamblee and nearby Attractions
- APEX Museum
- Barrington Hall
- Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
- Georgia Aquarium
- Mountain Park Aquatic Center and Activity Building
- Malibu Grand Prix Family Entertainment Center
Things To Do In Chamblee
The High Museum of Art is a popular local art museum. Local museums and historical spots include the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and the Marietta History Museum. The Georgia Aquarium, the Atlanta Zoo and the Yellow River Game Ranch are all accessible from Chamblee as well.
William B. Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport is nearby.
Chamblee Higher Education
Nearby colleges and universities include the Interactive College of Technology, Emory University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University and Clark Atlanta University.