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Visit three of Atlanta's most storied historical homes on this guided small group tour. Explore the main buildings ...
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The Tullie Smith House is a typical early Georgia plantation house, built circa 1840 by Robert Smith and presently maintained as a historic house museum.
The Tullie Smith House is a typical early Georgia plantation house, built circa 1840 by Robert Smith and presently maintained as a historic house museum. The plantation plain style house has a detached open-hearth kitchen, kitchen gardens, smokehouse, dairy, barn, and slave gardens. Live characters enact various scenes from daily 19th century life on the estate.
130 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305, United States
A historical house that is a restaurant, gift shop and art gallery
This attraction features 32 acres of gardens, wildlife trails and woodland areas
Swan House was built in 1928 for the Inman family, heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune and provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of the wealthy during the 1930s
Buckhead is a wealthy neighborhood with the highest concentration of upscale boutiques in the United States
Governor's Mansion, house where the current governor and previous governors reside
The Mansion on Peachtree, another new skyscraper that is both a hotel and a residence, and has a spa
Macy's Great Tree on Lenox Square has been a part of Atlanta's holiday tradition since 1948, all decked up with 45,000 sparkling lights for the season
Lenox Square is a high-end shopping mall with over 250 retail outlets
Anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Belk, this upscale mall has higher-end chain stores such as Barney's Co-op, Intermix, Versace, Armani, Gucci, Jimmy Choo and Tiffany's, including the only Jeffrey store outside of New York, as well as an AMC movie theater
Phipps Plaza is a luxury shopping mall, retailing high-end brands such as Versace, Valentino, Giorgio Armani and Tiffany & Co