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Grant Park: Trees, Trails, History and Architecture

Grant Park: Trees, Trails, History and Architecture

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Join the Atlanta Preservation Center and Trees Atlanta on “Grant Park: Trees, Trails, History and Architecture,” a family friendly autumn walking tour of historic Grant Park guided by Trees Atlanta.  Grant Park serves our community as Atlanta’s oldest park, donated to the City by Lemuel Pratt Grant in 1882 with the stipulations that “the land should be used for park purposes for all Atlantans.”  In 1903 the Olmsted Brothers landscape architectural firm was commissioned for the park’s design, which included significant detail on the proposed plant selections for the park.  Visitors will enjoy learning about the Park’s tree canopy—including its beautiful oaks, elms, maples and magnolias--and enjoying some of its historic and architectural highlights, including the Lion Bridge and the Milledge fountain, along with ongoing canopy and park restoration efforts by the Atlanta Preservation Center and other partner groups.

This tour meets at the corner of Sydney St. SE and Loomis Ave. SE.

Historic Tour Admission

     $13 for Adults
     $7 for Students and for Seniors (65+)

     Free admission for current APC Members.  Contact APC at (404) 688-3353 for your free member reservation.

 

Reservations are required. We kindly ask that you please book or cancel no later than 48 hours in advance. No credit cards or debit cards will be accepted for in-person payment.  However, these cards may be used ahead of time if you choose to book a reservation through our website.

 

Tours subject to cancellation at guides’ discretion due to inclement weather at the tour start point.  For parties of 20 or more, please visit the Private Group Tours page for more information.