Where living in a relaxing small town makes a big difference.
Lilburn is a town whose origins and history are tied to the railroad: the famous Seabord Air Line Railway trains passed through Old Lilburn. Part of Gwinnett County, Lilburn is roughly 23 miles northeast of Atlanta and 24 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Lilburn has a walkable small town atmosphere with tree-lined streets. It has an ever-growing downtown area, making Lilburn feel like an up-and-coming town. The schools are high quality, which attracts families to the area.
Lilburn has plentiful parks and an ever-present sense of community epitomized by well-attended events such as the farmers market and cornhole leagues. Lilburn is a place worth planting roots for families and young professionals looking for spacious single-family houses and townhomes.
Lilburn has open spaces and a rural, small-town vibe. It is a peaceful and quiet suburb with easy access to nearby Atlanta. The community continues to grow and evolve without losing its charm. It’s a small town that makes a big difference.
Since 2013, 1910 Public House has melded traditional Southern cuisine with a modern seasonal and sustainable approach. It is in a historic building that creates a unique and comfortable atmosphere. It has over 20 beers on tap and hand-crafted cocktails, so there is something new to try with each visit.
Considered a premier Mexican restaurant in the Atlanta area, Taqueria Los Hermanos serves authentic south-of-the-border cuisine, with a nod to Georgia and California. The results are as delicious as they are diverse, including burritos, tacos, enchiladas, and fusion-inspired brisket enchiladas. The meal can be capped by a cocktail or a sweet treat such as the crave-able pastel de tres leches, a sponge cake with mixed fruit.
For almost thirty years, Antiques in Old Town has embraced seasonal themes and timeless pieces. The shop demonstrates a genuine love for those special items that catch your eye and hold your focus. It’s a pleasant stroll down memory lane. Whether perusing or purchasing, you’ll enjoy this store’s thoughtful presentation and knowledgeable individuals.
The ten-acre Lilburn City Park is an ideal space to embrace nature in a relaxing manner. The park includes a loop accessible by bicycle, skateboard, or walking. It is an excellent location for leashed pets and provides areas to get some light exercise into their day.
It may sound like all fun and games, and it still is, but the Lilburn Cornhole League takes tossing bags to the next competitive level. Spring, summer, and fall leagues take this backyard pastime into a bigger arena, pushing the pace of friendly competition.
Rock the Park is a concert series that has food trucks and vendors. Patrons can also bring their drinks and picnic with lawn chairs and blankets. The music is diverse with something for everyone. It also has reggae music events.
Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church hosts Lilburn Farmers Market on Fridays from May through August. Purveyors sell various international cuisine, fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, meats, pet treats, baked goods, artisan jellies, soaps, honey, and more. The market is an excellent way to wind down the work week and refreshingly head into the weekend.
Come to the park on the second Tuesday of every month from May through October for Food Truck Tuesday. With an eclectic selection of sophisticated cuisine orchestrated courtesy of the mobile culinary scene and accompanied by music from the bandshell, it is a monthly event you will enjoy each time.
Lilburn is served by Gwinnett County Public Schools. Students may attend:
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