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Swan House, Atlanta

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#6 of 21 in Historic Sites in Atlanta
Garden · Hidden Gem · History Museum
The Edward Inman "Swan" House is a mansion in Atlanta, Georgia. It was designed by Philip T. Shutze and built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman. The house is currently part of the Atlanta History Center, and it has been featured in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2.

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  • Part of the Atlanta History Museum campus. Gardens were a bit overgrown coming up to the house. Grass lawn well manicured. Historic ‘20’s home. Basement is a must see collection from around the...  more »
  • The first 2 courses were delightful! The atmosphere was very nice and the service was very good except for the clearing service! Scraping plates onto others at the table is a no-no for me!! Then, the....  more »
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  • Very cool place the walk around the experience the historic scenery. It's cool that someone lived in the house until the 1970's. The rest of the history center really transports you back in time. You can checkout old houses, a blacksmith and walk the grounds.
  • We were greeted by ‘the owner’ of the house, which really threw us all as the actor in full period costume was so believable. He showed us the first couple rooms and then ‘the architect ‘ took over. He gave so much interesting detail and information that we never would have seen without having them pointed out. He made the 1930’s really come alive with his information and pictures.The history of this house was so fascinating, especially at a time the country was in a depression.He took us upstairs and continued a detailed tour from an architectural point of view that the four of us were really interested in. People would listen for a few minutes and continue on there own, but we were captivated by our tour guide. We finished outside in the gardens after thanking him for his time.If you go I hope you have a guided tour. It makes it so much more fun and was the highlight for us.
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