Arts

Atlanta’s Hidden Tiny Doors A Big Surprise Around City

Tiny Doors ATL's mascot, Rosie, cuts the ribbon on the newly-installed door No. 6, on the Beltline behind Paris on Ponce.
Tiny Doors ATL's mascot, Rosie, cuts the ribbon on the newly-installed door No. 6, on the Beltline behind Paris on Ponce.
Credit Myke Johns / WABE

As Atlanta was getting a brief respite from the rain on a Saturday afternoon in April, a small group was gathering on the BeltLine for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

This wasn’t for a new business or one of those fancy new mixed-use developments, these folks were gathered behind Paris on Ponce for something much smaller … something tiny.

Myke Johns spoke to the directors of Tiny Doors ATL about what the big deal is with these little works of art.

Atlanta PlanIt visited the installation and opening of Tiny Door #6 at Paris on Ponce:

Map of Tiny Door locations: