Talk about a changing landscape! Here's a view of the Atlanta BeltLine and Ford Factory Lofts in their industrial heyday, ca. 1919. The Sears, Roebuck and Co. Building, now Ponce City Market, hadn't even been constructed yet!
No time like the present to learn about our past. Come check out our exhibit Gatheround: Stories of Atlanta to learn about the people who made this city great. Don't forget to share your story while you're here!
Come meet author Kathryn Smith at Margaret Mitchell House this Thursday, January 19th! She'll be discussing her latest book The Gatekeeper: Missy LeHand, FDR, and the Untold Story of the Partnership that Defined a Presidency.
Swan House is more than a gorgeous historic home, it's an award-winning wedding venue! Last night Atlanta History Center received Best Outdoor Venue for Swan House and Best Ballroom for Grand Overlook from Modern Luxury Weddings Atlanta. Check out more about our rental offerings: bit.ly/2jfVcIz
The Atlanta History Museum will open at 12:00pm with half price admission, but our historic houses and gardens will remain closed. Our midtown campus, Margaret Mitchell House, will open at 12:00pm. Stay safe and warm everyone!
Atlanta History Center will close today at 3:00pm and open tomorrow at 12:00pm. Stay tuned for updates. Get ready for a winter wonderland scene like this one from Grant Park, ca. 1920. Keep safe and warm!
Did you know columns from the Trust Company of Georgia Building, demolished in 1971, now stand outside Atlanta History Center? Built in 1891 at the corner of Pryor & Edgewood Ave, the building is seen here ca. 1910.