Tour includes visit two of the historical homes on our list. Swan House, Margret Mitchell "Gone with the Wind" House, Governor's Mansion or Rhodes Hall on this guided tour of two of Atlanta's famed historical neighborhoods, enjoying local pickup and round-trip transportation.
Built in 1928 for the Harvard H. Inman family, the Swan House is one of the most recognizable and photographed landmarks of Atlanta. Noted architect Philip T. Shutze designed Swan House and its gardens, as well as many other distinct buildings in the city. We tour OUTSIDE of the home only. Lunch is at the Swan Coach house. Please note, doing private events being held at the restaurant, we may lunch at an alternate location.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, we visit and see the inside of the Governor's Mansion, a Greek Revival style home built in 1967. The mansion stands on approximately 18 acres in northeast Atlanta. It was designed by Georgia architect A. Thomas Bradbury and officially opened on January 1, 1968. Completing the tour, you will head to The Margaret Mitchell House which was completed in 1899 by Cornelius J. Sheehan. In 1925, Margret Mitchell and her Husband John Marsh, moved into apartment No. 1 where Mitchell wrote the Pulitzer-Prize winning novel Gone With the Wind. Hear bout the life of Margret Mitchell.
On Saturdays, the historical homes we visit varies. We may visit inside of two of the following houses: The Margaret Mitchell House, The Swan House or Smith Family Farm. Confirmation on homes visiting will be sent prior to tour day on. The Governor's Mansion is not available on Saturdays.