Atlanta's First Planned Suburb

Inman Park

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Visit Atlanta's first planned residential development. Dating from 1889, Inman Park has become a nationally celebrated example of neighborhood preservation. See the elegant homes built by Coca-Cola magnates Asa Candler and Ernest Woodruff and the Grand Dames of Edgewood Avenue. Discover the distinctive features that make up Victorian period architecture: turrets, sweeping porches, and elaborate gingerbread woodwork. Also enjoy a variety of other home styles, from Craftsman to post World War II to architecturally compatible infill. This tour also includes a look inside the historic Trolley Barn, built in 1889 to service and house the electric streetcars of the Atlanta and Edgewood Street RailRoad Company and now adaptively reused as an event space.
The details
  • Tour will last approximately two hours.
  • Street parking is available in the neighborhood.
  • Tickets are required; no walkups allowed. 
  • The tour is subject to cancellation at the guide's discretion due to inclement weather at the tour starting point. You will be notified via email.
  • Face masks are currently optional for tours, however you are welcome to wear a mask if it makes you more comfortable.


Tour Admission

  • Non-Member: $17.50
  • Member: $12.50
  • Senior / Student / Child: $10.50
For any questions or to inquire about a private group tour, contact Jessie Grande at