Tourism Assistance

CVB LOGOPerfectly positioned between the enchanting and adventurous North Georgia Mountains and the vibrant international city of Atlanta, Alpharetta is conveniently giving you quick access to more than 300 attractions.  Alpharetta offers visitors four unique shopping districts, more than 200 restaurants, one-of-a-kind attractions, and more than 750 acres of parkland.  Alpharetta’s has a flourishing music scene which includes the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre and the annual Wire & Wood Songwriters Festival that draws in music lovers from around the Southeast to see their favorite high-profile performers. It is also home to casual and intimate concert venues where bringing your own picnic is welcomed and where you will get up close and personal with well-known artists. Visit , for information on things to do and see in awesome Alpharetta!

Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau

Welcome Center UpdatedThe Alpharetta CVB uses innovative and targeted marketing strategies, along with aggressive sales efforts, to attract overnight visitors to the city. We do this in three key areas:

  • Increasing the awareness and identity of Alpharetta as a destination for the leisure and individual traveler and raising awareness of the economic importance of the visitor industry to Alpharetta by placing advertisements, writing press releases, utilizing social media and maintaining a technologically advanced website
  • Employing a variety of sales strategies to increase the number of group room nights booked in Alpharetta’s hotels through attendance at tradeshows, association meetings and conferences as well as sales calls and site visits with event organizers
  • Providing leadership for the visitor industry, coordinating activities, encouraging marketing activities and partnerships, and projecting an appealing image on behalf of the city of Alpharetta

Promote and Inform

The Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau has many items to help familiarize both you and your employees with our city. Promotional materials include but are not limited to:

  • Brochures of area attractions
  • Calendar of community events
  • Relocation information
  • Visitors guides and maps
  • Welcome bags