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AIA Atlanta and AIA Georgia

Located in downtown’s historic Hurt Building, AIA Atlanta and AIA Georgia’s new offices are designed to create a series of experiences that balances the need for a joint staff to work effectively on a daily business while welcoming members and the public at large. The...

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10 am - 4 pm

Big Bethel AME Church

Like many churches in the African American community, Big Bethel has taken on a social mission over its years. In 1879, the basement of the church became home to Gate City Colored School, the first public school for African Americans in Atlanta. Morris Brown College...

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10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Monetary Museum

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta sits on an 8-acre site (3 acres of landscaped green space and public plazas). The building’s design reflects the Bank’s functions, in effect providing three buildings in one: a general office building, an operations center, and an education/training center....

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10 am - 4 pm

Fox Theatre

Take a guided tour back to 1929 and the golden era of the movie palace at the Fox Theatre. Experience a magic carpet ride through ancient Egypt and the Middle East, all while learning about the largest movie palace in the Southeast. Be swept away...

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10 am & 11 am

Gensler Atlanta

Gensler is a global architecture, design, and planning firm with 46 locations and more than 5,000 professionals networked across Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the Americas. Founded in 1965, the firm serves more than 3,500 active clients in virtually every industry. Gensler designers...

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Georgian Terrace

At first glance, one can’t help but admire the elegant French Renaissance style architecture of the 10-story Georgian Terrace hotel. Considered one of the southeast’s first-class hotels, this building is well known for hosting the gala reception for the premiere of “Gone with the Wind”...

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Hurt Building

Standing at 18 stories, the Hurt Building was built between 1913 and 1926. The bulk of the building was completed in 1913, with a courtyard, entry rotunda and a wing extending final completion to 1926. It was built by Joel Hurt, an Atlanta developer, designed...

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Peachtree Lofts

Originally built as a federal government office building following WWII, Peachtree Lofts was one of Midtown’s first loft conversions and is often cited as Atlanta’s last remaining Bauhaus style building. At one time, it was the largest structure in Midtown and home to multiple government...

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10 am - 4 pm

Stevens & Wilkinson

Stevens & Wilkinson, founded in Atlanta, Georgia, has been providing a full range of design services including architecture, planning, and engineering, along with complete interior design since 1919. As a combined firm of over 100 professionals, with offices in Atlanta, Georgia and in Columbia, South...

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10 am - 4 pm

The Ponce Condominium

The Ponce, Atlanta’s original luxury high-rise, and originally known as the Ponce de Leon Apartments, opened in 1913, and was designed by architect William Stoddart, who also designed the neighboring Georgian Terrace hotel. The building converted to a condominium in 1982, when its Beaux-Arts &...

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10 am - 4 pm