2019 Sites

APEX Museum

The John Wesley Dobbs Building, located at 135 Auburn Avenue, was built in 1910 as the Atlanta School Book Depository or Southern Schoolbook Depository Building. During the 1970’s it served as a tire warehouse. In 1985, it was restored by the ER Mitchell Construction Company...

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10 am - 4 pm

Awethu House

The Awethu House, a two-story restored brick building on the corner of Auburn Avenue and Hilliard Street, is the first property in the Good Places development portfolio. Through community engagement efforts lead by Lalanya Abner in 2017, this property was named the Awethu House, or...

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Sat, 10 am - 4 pm; Sun, 12 pm - 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 am - 4 pm

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

Flats at Ponce City Market

Explore Ponce City Market’s luxurious, historic residences! Atlanta Luxury Rentals is the exclusive provider of furnished short-term rentals at Ponce City Market. Featuring studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units furnished with designer quality furnishings, these thirty units at Ponce City Market are an alternative to...

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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

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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2 pm - 4:30 pm

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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10 am - 4 pm

Lifecycle Building Center

Lifecycle Building Center (LBC) is a nonprofit in Atlanta which captures discarded building materials for reuse. Our programs include a material reuse center and store, providing new and used building materials at 50-85 percent off retail; deconstruction and pickup services, through which our staff directly...

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10 am - 4 pm

MET Atlanta

Spanning 40 acres, MET Atlanta is a century-old, 1.1 million-square-foot warehouse district located in the heart of Southwest Atlanta. Home to 130+ tenants, the MET features some of Atlanta’s best entrepreneurs, makers, and artists. Architect: Asa Candler, 1914

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10 am - 4 pm

Municipal Market

Ranked by USA Today as the 16th best food market around the world, the Municipal Market of Atlanta is a self-sustaining entity comprised of 28 independently-owned businesses. Known as Curb Market to locals, it includes eateries, retail shops, and shops offering sweets, fresh meat, and...

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10 am - 4 pm

North Avenue Presbyterian Church

An urban church in the heart of Atlanta, North Avenue has been worshiping on the corner on North Avenue and Peachtree Street since 1898. Our vision is to know Jesus and make Him known. North Avenue is a diverse community that is home to members...

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10 am - 2 pm