Historic graveyard (established 1850) which is the burial site of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, and many Civil War soldiers.

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Atlanta City Sightseeing Tour by Segway

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...King Jr. National Historic Site and the Oakland Cemetery, and admire innovative developments such as the Atlanta Beltlin...

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Haunted Evening Atlanta Pub Tour

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...le) round-trip walking tour across from Oakland Cemetery. You will stop at four different bars and have time to enjoy an...

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Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta

Historic graveyard (established 1850) which is the burial site of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, and many Civil War soldiers..

Historic graveyard (established 1850) which is the burial site of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, and many Civil War soldiers.


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About Oakland Cemetery

 248 Oakland Avenue Southeast, Atlanta, GA, United States

 +1 404-688-2107

 www.oaklandcemetery.com

Oakland Cemetery and Nearby Sights on Map

Cabbagetown

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USpace Gallery

The King Center and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site

The Martin Luther King Jr

Grant Park

Grant Park is the oldest park in Atlanta dating back to 1895 and is home to Zoo Atlanta

Atlanta Preservation Center

Offers walking tours of the Druid Hills neighborhood

Odd Fellows Building and Auditorium

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

Learn about Atlanta's Civil War History at this 100-year old attraction; home of the world's largest painting, which tells the history of the 1864 Battle of Atlanta through a massive circular painting and narrated dialogue

Zoo Atlanta

This zoo specializes in primates and African animals but also has Giant Pandas, Bornean Sumatran orangutans, Asian small-clawed otters, and a childrens' zoo

Georgia State Capitol

Native gold from Lumpkin County tops the dome of the Georgia State Capitol Building

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