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West End, Atlanta

West End is a historic neighborhood settled since 1835, lined with houses in various architectural styles such as Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Neo-Classical Revival and Craftsmen houses.

West End is a historic neighborhood settled since 1835, lined with houses in various architectural styles such as Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Neo-Classical Revival and Craftsmen houses. It is home to attractions such as Wren's Nest and the Hammonds House Museum of African American Art.


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About West End

 850 Oak St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310, United States

 +1 404-755-1001

 themallwestend.com

West End and Nearby Sights on Map

Wren's Nest

Historical house museum known for storytelling

Joel Chandler Harris House

The historic Queen Anne style Wren's Nest was home to Joel Chandler Harris, editor of the Atlanta Constitution and author of the Uncle Remus Tales

Mechanicsville

The Commons

Situated in the middle of Atlantic Station, The Commons has a lake with a steel bridge crossing it, which offers spectacular views of the Millenium Gate and surrounding high rises

Capitol View

The Capitol View neighborhood offers great views of the Georgia State Capitol, a Classical Revival building with a golden dome

Westview Cemetery

Marcia Wood Gallery

Castleberry Hill

Castleberry Hill is an eclectic neighborhood with art galleries, restaurants and cafes, known for being the shooting location of The Walking Dead

Herndon Home Museum

The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon

Perkerson Park