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Atlanta History
Martin Luther King Jr. Birth Home is one of Atlanta History.

1. Martin Luther King Jr. Birth Home

8.8
501 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Old Fourth Ward · 41 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: At approximately noon on Jan 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr was born in an upstairs bedroom at this home and lived here until he was 12 years old. Visit the King Center to schedule a Ranger led tour.

Aeroporto Internazionale di Atlanta-Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) is one of Atlanta History.

2. Aeroporto Internazionale di Atlanta-Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL)

7.0
(Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport)
6000 N Terminal Pkwy (at Airport Loop Rd), Atlanta, GA
Aeroporto · 4339 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: In 2003, Atlanta City Council honored former Mayor Jackson by renaming the airport Hartsfield-Jackson. Jackson's work was instrumental in adding the 5th runway making Atlanta the busiest in the world. Leggi tutto.

Ellis Hotel is one of Atlanta History.

3. Ellis Hotel

6.0
176 Peachtree St NW (Ellis Street NE), Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Downtown Atlanta · 28 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Originally the Winecoff Hotel & first opened its doors in 1913. It is best known for a fire that occurred on Dec 7, 1946, in which 119 people died (deadliest in US history). Renamed the Ellis in 2007.

Hilton is one of Atlanta History.

4. Hilton

6.2
255 Courtland St NE (at John Portman Blvd), Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Downtown Atlanta · 102 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Atlanta City Brewing Co. operated here at this location from 1876 to 1955 when the brewery was closed & demolished. The underground cellars were destroyed in 1973 when the Hilton Atlanta was built. Leggi tutto.

World of Coca-Cola is one of Atlanta History.

5. World of Coca-Cola

8.2
121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place), Atlanta, GA
Museo · Downtown Atlanta · 526 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The mixing of Pemberton's syrup w/ soda water was created and served out of Jacob's Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta on Peachtree. You can visit Dr. Jacob's mausoleum at Oakland. Leggi tutto.

191 Peachtree Tower is one of Atlanta History.

6. 191 Peachtree Tower

191 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA
Ufficio · Downtown Atlanta · 8 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Across the street stood the Leyden House. When Atlanta was occupied by Union troops, General Thomas used it as his HQ & was where Sherman's March to the Sea was planned. Austin Leyden rests in Oakland Leggi tutto.

Hurt Park is one of Atlanta History.

7. Hurt Park

5.4
Edgewood Avenue (Gilmer Street), Atlanta, GA
Parco · Georgia State University · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This park opened in 1940 & is named after banker & real estate developer Joel Hurt (funded by Woodruff Foundation). The fountain originally used 78 bulbs to produce a 20 minute water & light show. Leggi tutto.

Grady Memorial Hospital is one of Atlanta History.

8. Grady Memorial Hospital

80 Jesse Hill Jr Dr SE (btw Decatur St SE & Coca Cola Pl SE), Atlanta, GA
Ospedale · Georgia State University · 39 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Nellie Peters Black (Oakland resident) devoted her life to service in the Atlanta community. She was one of the original founders of Grady Hospital and was named a GA Woman of Achievement in 1998. Leggi tutto.

Atlanta Biltmore Hotel is one of Atlanta History.

9. Atlanta Biltmore Hotel

6.6
817 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Midtown · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This property was originally where the home of Mary Glover Thurman (Oakland resident) once stood. She was nicknamed " Angel of Atlanta" for her delivering flowers from her personal garden to the sick. Leggi tutto.

Ivy Hall is one of Atlanta History.

10. Ivy Hall

6.8
179 Ponce de Leon Ave NE (Ponce de Leon Ave. and Piedmont Ave.), Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Midtown · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Edward C. Peters, son of Richard Peters, built the house in 1883. The Peters family was instrumental in the building of Atlanta both before & after the Civil War. The family is buried in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center is one of Atlanta History.

11. Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center

6.2
100 Alabama St SW (Forsyth), Atlanta, GA
Edificio governativo · South Downtown · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Former site of Rich's Dept. Store. You'll find several artifacts on display including the original Pink Pig monorail from 1953. Brothers Morris & Emanuel Rich, store founders, are buried in Oakland.

Fire Station No. 6 is one of Atlanta History.

12. Fire Station No. 6

7.2
Boulevard Ave (Auburn Ave), Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Old Fourth Ward · 6 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Built in 1894, it is the oldest standing firehouse in Atlanta & was instrumental in the desegregation of our city's fire dept. It is currently a bookstore & museum. Check out the fire engine from1927!

Lenox Square is one of Atlanta History.

13. Lenox Square

8.3
3393 Peachtree Rd NE (at Lenox Rd NE), Atlanta, GA
Centro commerciale · Lenox · 247 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Lenox was the 1st major shopping mall in GA and opened in 1959. Rich's was one of the original anchor stores and was founded by Morris and Emanuel Rich (both Oakland Cemetery residents). Leggi tutto.

Bobby Dodd Stadium is one of Atlanta History.

14. Bobby Dodd Stadium

150 Bobby Dodd Way NW (at Georgia Tech), Atlanta, GA
Campo da football universitario · Georgia Tech · 36 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Grant Field was named for Hugh Inman Grant, son of John W. Grant, a well-known Atlanta merchant and original benefactor of the stadium. They both reside today in Oakland Cemetery. Leggi tutto.

Rhodes Hall - The Georgia Trust is one of Atlanta History.

15. Rhodes Hall - The Georgia Trust

8.4
1516 Peachtree St NW (at Peachtree Circle), Atlanta, GA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Midtown · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: One of the most beautiful & unique mansions in Atlanta. The exterior granite came from nearby Stone Mountain. The building serves as a museum, event facility, & offices for the GA Trust (upstairs).

Big Bethel AME Church is one of Atlanta History.

16. Big Bethel AME Church

220 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Chiesa · Downtown Atlanta · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Bishop W.J. Gaines (Oakland resident) was an early pastor in the church. Born to slave parents, he was a sickly child so he spent most of his time in bed where he taught himself how to read the Bible. Leggi tutto.

Atlanta City Hall is one of Atlanta History.

17. Atlanta City Hall

55 Trinity Ave SW, Atlanta, GA
Palazzo civico · South Downtown · 13 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The Neal family (buried in Oakland) built a home on this property in 1858 which General Sherman took up residency in when he occupied the city in 1864. City Hall was built here in 1930. Leggi tutto.

State Bar Of Georgia is one of Atlanta History.

18. State Bar Of Georgia

104 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA
Edificio governativo · Five Points District · 4 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The land where this building sits was originally donated in 1848 by Judge Reuben Cone for the First Presbyterian Church. Cone St is named after him. It housed the Federal Reserve before the State Bar.

Marietta Museum of History is one of Atlanta History.

19. Marietta Museum of History

6.0
1 Depot St NE, Marietta, GA
Museo · Downtown Marietta · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: On April 11, 1862, "Andrews Raiders" stayed here (Fletcher House then) the night before stealing the train engine The General. Conductor William Fuller (OC resident) led the chase to catch the train. Leggi tutto.

Sylvester Cemetery is one of Atlanta History.

20. Sylvester Cemetery

Clifton Rd (Braeburn Circle), Atlanta, GA
Cimitero · East Atlanta · 4 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: One of Dekalb's oldest cemeteries (1830s) w/ approx 1400 residents. Fiddlin' John Carson who is credited as being an early founder of recorded country music is buried here. Leggi tutto.

M Street Apartments is one of Atlanta History.

21. M Street Apartments

950 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA
Edificio · Marietta Street Artery · 4 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: At this location on Sept 2, 1864, Mayor James Calhoun (Oakland resident) surrendered the City of Atlanta over to Union forces. The city had been under attack since the Battle of Atlanta on July 22nd. Leggi tutto.

Piedmont Park is one of Atlanta History.

22. Piedmont Park

9.5
400 Park Dr NE (Piedmont Ave. NE), Atlanta, GA
Parco · Piedmont Park · 290 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: At the 14th St entrance is a monument commemorating the 'Mission of Peace' to the North in 1879 by the Gate City Guard of ATL led by Col. Joseph Burke (buried in Oakland Cemetery). Leggi tutto.

Auburn Avenue Research Library - AFPL is one of Atlanta History.

23. Auburn Avenue Research Library - AFPL

5.8
101 Auburn Ave NE (at Courtland St NE), Atlanta, GA
Biblioteca · Downtown Atlanta · 6 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Just outside the library you will find a monument to Carrie Steele Logan. In 1888, she founded the 1st African American orphanage in Atlanta. It still exists today. She rests in Oakland.

Doc Chey's Noodle House is one of Atlanta History.

24. Doc Chey's Noodle House

8.2
563 Memorial Dr SE (at Park Ave SE), Atlanta, GA
Noodle House · Grant Park · 51 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: 7 members of Andrews Raiders were hung & buried behind this bldg on 6/18/1862 by the Confederate Army for their part in stealing the General (train engine). Marker is across street in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

The Fox Theatre is one of Atlanta History.

25. The Fox Theatre

9.4
660 Peachtree St NE (at Ponce de Leon Ave NE), Atlanta, GA
Teatro · Midtown · 143 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: In 1974, Mayor Marynard Jackson (OC resident) refused to sign the paperwork needed to demolish the Fox and on July 10th of that year held the first "Save the Fox" meeting at Herren's restaurant. Leggi tutto.

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum is one of Atlanta History.

26. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum

8.6
441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Poncey-Highland · 26 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This piece of land used to be the site of the Augustus Hurt Plantation. During the Battle of Atlanta in July 1864, Union General Sherman used the plantation home as his headquarters. Leggi tutto.

Inman Park Neighborhood is one of Atlanta History.

27. Inman Park Neighborhood

Atlanta, GA
Quartiere · 15 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Inman Park was Atlanta's 1st planned neighborhood and was designed by Joel Hurt and Sam Inman (Oakland resident). The ATL streetcar was built to take Inman residents from their homes to jobs downtown. Leggi tutto.

Peachtree Circle Apartments is one of Atlanta History.

28. Peachtree Circle Apartments

149 Peachtree Cir NE (17th th), Atlanta, GA
Edificio residenziale (appartamento/condominio) · Ansley Park · 1 consiglio

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The columns on this building are from the historic Leyden House. It was built in the 1850s at 124 Peachtree St and demolished in 1913. The home served as a Union HQ during the 1864 siege of Atlanta. Leggi tutto.

29. Centennial Olympic Park

8.9
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW (Marietta St), Atlanta, GA
Parco · Downtown Atlanta · 209 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This is the largest downtown park in the country developed during the last 25 years and spans 21 acres. Each ring in the Olympic Fountain is 25 feet in diameter which is large enough for 2 cars!

Atlanta History Center - Swan House is one of Atlanta History.

30. Atlanta History Center - Swan House

8.7
3130 Slaton Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Sito storico · Buckhead · 17 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: It was built in 1928 for Edward & Emily Inman after their house in Ansley Park burned in 1924. The Inman family resides in Oakland Cemetery. Leggi tutto.

Prince Hall Masonic Building is one of Atlanta History.

31. Prince Hall Masonic Building

330 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Edificio · Sweet Auburn · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Dr Henry Rutherford Butler (interred in Oakland) was elected in 1901 as the first Grand Master of Masons from outside of Savannah and is credited with bringing Prince Hall Masonry here to Atlanta.

Georgia State Capitol is one of Atlanta History.

32. Georgia State Capitol

206 Washington St SW (at Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW), Atlanta, GA
Campidoglio · South Downtown · 21 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The statue of John B. Gordon sitting atop a horse is the only equestrian statue at the Capitol. The statue of Joseph E. Brown standing next to his wife is the only female statue on the grounds. Leggi tutto.

33. The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum

7.5
1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Midtown · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Wonderful place to learn about the history of Atlanta's Jewish population. Be sure to check out our tours at Oakland focusing on Jewish residents buried here & one on the Leo Frank case. Leggi tutto.

Alexander on Ponce is one of Atlanta History.

34. Alexander on Ponce

144 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Edificio residenziale (appartamento/condominio) · Midtown · 12 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Union spy James Andrews was executed near this spot in 6/7/1862. He was the leader of Andrews Raiders who stole a train engine called The General. This event is known as "The Great Locomotive Chase". Leggi tutto.

Morris Brown College is one of Atlanta History.

35. Morris Brown College

643 Martin Luther King Jr Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Università · Atlanta University Center · 5 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: One of the founders of the college was Bishop Wesley John Gaines who was an early pastor at Big Bethel AME Church. You can visit the final resting place of Bishop Gaines inside Oakland Cemetery. Leggi tutto.

Smith Family Farm - Tullie Smith House is one of Atlanta History.

36. Smith Family Farm - Tullie Smith House

7.6
130 W Paces Ferry Rd NW (Atlanta History Center), Atlanta, GA
Museo · Buckhead · 4 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: It was originally built in the 1840s by the Robert Smith family and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings were originally located east of Atlanta, but were moved here in 1969.

Robert W. Woodruff Park is one of Atlanta History.

37. Robert W. Woodruff Park

6.4
51 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA
Parco · Five Points District · 25 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The original 4 acres was donated to the city by Robert Woodruff in 1971. The area was a retail & office district known as Central City Park. Mr Woodruff was the President of Coca-Cola from 1923-1954.

Wren's Nest House Museum is one of Atlanta History.

38. Wren's Nest House Museum

7.4
1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW (Culberson St. SW), Atlanta, GA
Museo · West End · 7 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Disney's Song of the South had its world premiere at the Fox Theatre in 1946. Joel's son Julian (& his wife Julia), pulitzer prize winning journalists, reside in the Rawson mausoleum at Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub is one of Atlanta History.

39. Wrecking Bar Brewpub

9.0
292 Moreland Ave NE (at Austin Ave.), Atlanta, GA
Birrificio · Little Five Points · 154 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Originally constructed as a residence by Victor Hugo Kriegshaber who owned several building material supply businesses. The architect also designed Rhodes Hall in Midtown. Victor rests in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Plaza Theatre is one of Atlanta History.

40. Plaza Theatre

8.5
1049 Ponce de Leon Ave NE (btw N Highland Ave NE & Cleburne Terr NE), Atlanta, GA
Sala cinematografica · Poncey-Highland · 48 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Plaza opened its doors in 1939 & is the oldest continuously operated cinema in Atlanta. A non-profit Foundation was created to restore the theatre, promote independent film, & support the local arts. Leggi tutto.

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum is one of Atlanta History.

41. Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Grant Park · 16 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Inside the museum is "The Texas" which Capt William Fuller used to recapture "The General" from Andrews Raiders. Capt Fuller is buried in Oakland Cemetery. Leggi tutto.

North Avenue Presbyterian Church is one of Atlanta History.

42. North Avenue Presbyterian Church

607 Peachtree St NE (North Ave), Atlanta, GA
Chiesa · SoNo · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The granite used to build the church was donated by Sam Venable, past owner of Stone Mountain. The first service of worship in the new building was held on Thanksgiving Day, 1900. He rests in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Stacks Lofts is one of Atlanta History.

43. Stacks Lofts

170 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA
Edificio residenziale (appartamento/condominio) · Cabbagetown · 6 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The mill complex dates back to the 1880s when it was founded by Jacob Elsas. It closed operations in 1978 and was vacant until residence conversion began in 1999. Visit the Elsas mausoleum in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History is one of Atlanta History.

44. Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History

7.9
2829 Cherokee St NW, Kennesaw, GA
Museo di storia · 20 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: After you see the The General, visit Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta to visit the final resting place of its Engineer Capt. William Fuller and see the spot where some of the Andrews' Raiders were hung. Leggi tutto.

Starlight Six Drive-In is one of Atlanta History.

45. Starlight Six Drive-In

8.6
2000 Moreland Ave SE (btw McDonough Blvd SE & Isa Dr SE), Atlanta, GA
Cinema drive-in · 77 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This treasure has been open since 1949 and is the last remaining Atlanta drive-in. Always a double feature and always a fun time. Tip: Bring chairs and portable radios so you can sit outside the car.

46. Grant Park

9.2
537 Park Ave SE (at Hansell St SE), Atlanta, GA
Parco · Grant Park · 49 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Fort Walker was located in the SE corner of the park. It was named after CSA General W.H.T. Walker who was killed during the Battle of Atlanta on July 22, 1864. Leggi tutto.

H. Harper Station is one of Atlanta History.

47. H. Harper Station

904 Memorial Dr SE (Bill Kennedy-Memorial Connector), Atlanta, GA
Nuovo ristorante americano · Reynoldstown · 102 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This building was built in 1920 as a freight depot stop on the 5.5 mile Atlanta Belt Line Railroad which connected the West End with Inman Park to support the industries in this area.

Oglethorpe University is one of Atlanta History.

48. Oglethorpe University

8.3
4484 Peachtree Rd NE, Brookhaven, GA
Istituti superiori e università · 14 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The 1st Atlanta home of Oglethorpe was in a house built in 1858 by the Neal family (buried in Oakland). The house was eventually torn down in 1930 and Atlanta City Hall sits on the property today. Leggi tutto.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is one of Atlanta History.

49. Fernbank Museum of Natural History

8.5
767 Clifton Rd NE (Ponce de Leon Ave NE), Atlanta, GA
Musei di scienze · Eastside · 81 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Check out the permanent exhibit "A Walk Through Time in Georgia" which tells the fascinating history of our state's diverse landscape of swamps, barrier islands, and mountains.

Decatur Cemetery is one of Atlanta History.

50. Decatur Cemetery

7.4
299 Bell St (at Church St), Decatur, GA
Cimitero · 7 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Oldest known cemetery in metro Atlanta & believed to pre-date Decatur's incorporation in 1823. Spans 38 acres & is home to approx 20,000 residents including G.W. Scott, founder of Agnes Scott College.

Georgia Dome is one of Atlanta History.

51. Georgia Dome

1 Georgia Dome Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Stadio di football · Downtown Atlanta · 204 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The 1st event in the GA Dome was the 1992 Atlanta Falcons season opener vs the New York Jets on Sept 6th. The team would win that game 20-17 and finish the year 6-10 under head coach Jerry Glanville.

Oakland Cemetery is one of Atlanta History.

52. Oakland Cemetery

9.1
248 Oakland Ave SE (at Memorial Dr SE), Atlanta, GA
Cimitero · Grant Park · 59 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Thank you for visiting with us today. Please stop by the gift shop located in the Bell Tower while you are here for more information on tours and a great selection of books & gifts. Leggi tutto.

General Walker Monument is one of Atlanta History.

53. General Walker Monument

Glenwood Ave (Wilkinson Dr SE), Atlanta, GA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · East Lake · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The CSA lost a great General on this spot in July 22nd. Fort Walker in the SE corner of Grant Park was named in his honor. General Hugh Mercer took command of Walker's troops after his death. Leggi tutto.

Republic Social House is one of Atlanta History.

54. Republic Social House

7.3
437C Memorial Dr. (at Cherokee Ave.), Atlanta, GA
Ristorante americano · Grant Park · 105 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Some of the wood used here came from trees downed during the tornado that struck this area in March 2008. Sit up on the great rooftop deck to enjoy a view of Oakland!

55. General McPherson Monument

6.2
1400 McPherson Ave SE (Monument Ave), Atlanta, GA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · East Atlanta · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Located near East Atlanta Village, this large cannon monument marks the place where the highest ranking army commander in the Civil War was killed: Union Major General James Birdseye McPherson. Leggi tutto.

Fort Walker is one of Atlanta History.

56. Fort Walker

602 Atlanta Ave SE (Boulevard SE), Atlanta, GA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Grant Park · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This Civil War fort was named after Gen William H T Walker who was killed at approx noon on July 22, 1864 during the Battle of Atlanta.

Atlanta History Center is one of Atlanta History.

57. Atlanta History Center

9.2
130 W Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA
Museo di storia · Buckhead · 64 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Inside the Civil War exhibit you will find the diary of Carrie Berry. Written when she was just 10 years old, it details her experiences during the Battle of Atlanta. She resides in Oakland Cemetery. Leggi tutto.

East Atlanta Village is one of Atlanta History.

58. East Atlanta Village

Atlanta, GA
Quartiere · 28 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Australian artist Pamela Croft painted the 20x100 ft mural on the EAAC building in 2004. "Bringing Nations Cultures & Communities Together" is one of the largest pieces of Aboriginal art in the world. Leggi tutto.

Historic South Bend Cemetery is one of Atlanta History.

59. Historic South Bend Cemetery

2120 Forrest Park Rd SE, Atlanta, GA
Cimitero · Southside · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Approx 24 Confederate troops are buried here. Look for the unknown soldier marker that reads: “Confederate soldier, unknown to fame, died for his country all the same. Rest soldier thy warfare.” Leggi tutto.

Australian Bakery Cafe is one of Atlanta History.

60. Australian Bakery Cafe

463 Flat Shoals Ave SE (btw Metropolitan Ave SE & Glenwood Ave SE), Atlanta, GA
Ristorante australiano · East Atlanta Village · 7 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Australian artist Pamela Croft painted the 20x100 ft mural on the building & is titled "Bringing Nations, Cultures & Communities Together". It is one of the largest ex of Aboriginal art in the world. Leggi tutto.

Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Georgia State University is one of Atlanta History.

61. Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Georgia State University

125 Edgewood Ave SE (Courtland St NE), Atlanta, GA
Centro studenti · Georgia State University · 1 consiglio

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Constructed in 1891, it served as the HQ of the Dixie Coca-Cola Bottling Co. The basement housed the syrup production factory with offices located upstairs. It is the oldest surviving "Coke" building. Leggi tutto.

Bass Lofts Apartments is one of Atlanta History.

62. Bass Lofts Apartments

1080 Euclid Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Edificio residenziale (appartamento/condominio) · Little Five Points · 3 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The school was named after William A. Bass when it opened in 1923. A graduate of Emory College, Professor Bass was one of the most well known educators of youth in Atlanta. Today, he rests in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Liberty Hall is one of Atlanta History.

63. Liberty Hall

Memorial Drive, Crawfordville, GA
Museo di storia · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Alexander Stephens was briefly interred inside Oakland. The Governor's body was carried to the cemetery after lying in state at the Capitol. 20,000 people lined the streets & attended the funeral. Leggi tutto.

Manuel's Tavern is one of Atlanta History.

64. Manuel's Tavern

8.9
602 N Highland Ave NE (at North Ave), Atlanta, GA
Bar · Poncey-Highland · 131 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Popular spot to watch political debates & election results w/ historic roots in politics. Jimmy Carter announced his 1970 bid for GA Governor here & original owner Manny was the 1st CEO of Dekalb Co. Leggi tutto.

SunTrust Tower is one of Atlanta History.

65. SunTrust Tower

25 Park Pl NE, Atlanta, GA
Edificio · Five Points District · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Atlanta's first skyscraper, Equitable Building, once stood here. It was erected in 1892 with 8 stories & demolished in 1971 - built for real estate developer Joel Hurt who rests in Oakland today. Leggi tutto.

Flatiron Building is one of Atlanta History.

66. Flatiron Building

Atlanta, GA
Edificio · Fairlie-Poplar · 2 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The Flatiron (completed in 1897) was the 2nd skyscraper built in Atlanta & is the oldest remaining. The first in our city was the Equitable building which was erected in 1892, but demolished in 1971. Leggi tutto.

Kaboodle Home Store is one of Atlanta History.

67. Kaboodle Home Store

6.2
485 Flat Shoals Ave SE #B, Atlanta, GA
Negozio di arredamento / Casalinghi · East Atlanta Village · 6 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: One of several Atlanta locations of Jacobs' Pharmacy once occupied this building. Coca-Cola was first sold on May 8, 1886 at the Peachtree & Marietta St store. Dr Joseph Jacobs rests today in Oakland. Leggi tutto.

Five Points is one of Atlanta History.

68. Five Points

5.6
Marietta St., Peachtree St. & Edgwood Ave., Atlanta, GA
Piazza · Fairlie-Poplar · 29 consigli e recensioni

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The SW corner of the Peachtree & Marietta St intersection stood Jacobs' Pharmacy. On May 8, 1886, the first Coca-Cola fountain drink was sold here for only 5 cents. Dr Joseph Jacobs rests in Oakland. Leggi tutto.