Tour the Headquarters of the Atlanta Preservation Center

L.P. Grant Mansion

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Lemuel Pratt Grant built a three story Italianate structure in 1856 with his first wife Laura L. Williams. The house served as a hospital during the Civil War, is the birth place of golf legend Bobby Jones and was owned by Margaret Mitchell. This house tour highlights L.P. Grant's life and contributions to the city, while telling the rollercoaster story of his home and chronicling several chapters of preservation efforts over the past thirty years.
The details
  • The tour will last approximately two hours.
  • Face masks are currently optional for tours, however you are welcome to wear a mask if it makes you more comfortable. 

This tour is free of charge but registration is required. 

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The L.P. Grant Mansion is the headquarters of the Atlanta Preservation Center and is open to the public during our regular business hours of 10am - 5pm.