Marietta Georgia Square

Marietta is best known for its charming turn-of-the-century square, quaint shops, beautiful parks, theatres, and museums. Whether you’re a history buff, arts and culture lover, or prefer to stroll through sunny parks and shaded garden paths, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.

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Quality of Life in Marietta

Marietta is an ethnically diverse town in Cobb County, with welcoming neighborhoods, entertaining hangouts, first-rate recreational amenities, award-winning schools, and a vibrant corporate climate. It abounds with culinary experiences from casual and family-friendly to sophisticated tastes from around the world.

With two big league clubs — Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves and Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United — calling Cobb County home, Marietta is already known for its outstanding facilities and customer service. It also serves as a powerhouse venue for both youth and adult international and national sporting competitions.

Schools in Marietta

According to, there are 58 public schools serving 50,833 students in Marietta, GA (there are 44 private schools, serving 5,146 private students). 91% of all K-12 students in Marietta, GA are educated in public schools compared to the GA state average of 92%.

Things to do in Marietta

You won’t have to travel far to see the top shows in town because the area is home to multiple theaters. From world-class comedy and drama at New Theatre in the Square to vintage movies at the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre. The Marietta Square Art Walk takes place on the First Friday of every month in Marietta, or you can taste and tour to your heart’s content at Red Hare Brewing Company or Glover Park Brewery near the Square. 

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