Whether you're new to Atlanta or have lived here most of your life, there's always something to learn about our city's rich heritage. You can dive into the history of downtown's Woodruff Park and the surrounding Fairlie-Poplar business district … [Read more...] about FREE: “Atlanta from the Ashes” history tour this Saturday at noon
Located on 35 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, the Carter Presidential Center is an intown oasis along Freedom Parkway. Atlanta is lucky to be home to one of just 13 presidential libraries in the U.S. A permanent museum exhibit hits the … [Read more...] about FREE: “Day of the Undead” Halloween event at the Jimmy Carter Museum
Immerse yourself in a little bit of Georgia history with a FREE tour of the Governor's Mansion! The public tours are open for visitors three days a week for most of the year. They are described as "a hybrid of a guided and self-guided tour," because … [Read more...] about FREE tours of the Georgia Governor’s Mansion on Tues, Wed, Thurs.
Oakland Cemetery is not just a final resting place for historic figures from Atlanta's past -- it's also one of the largest public green spaces in Atlanta. That's why Oakland's gardens and park-like 48 acres are often the setting for fall festivals … [Read more...] about Free events at Oakland Cemetery: Sunday in the Park festival