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A piece of history awaits at Atlanta's Swan House where you can discover a world of culture, commerce, quality, and comfort. Constructed in 1928 at the end of the Jazz Age, the house missed the Depression by mere months. Swan House was the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Emily Inman. Used in multiple movies including the Hunger Game series, the sight is familiar to many.  Tours are available for individuals or groups through the Atlanta History Center.  As you stroll the grounds, pause for enamoring mansion views from the Swan House Lawn, stop by to see the classic cars - both luxurious and industrial, then meet the Inman family and travel back in time. 

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4 stars

This is the house of the original owner of the land that the Atlanta History Center sits on. The house has a really neat history behind it which a host... Read Full Review

The Swan House is a beautiful, historic mansion turned museum in the heart of Buckhead and it's a well-known, popular wedding venue. We toured the 4 levels... Read Full Review

I love walking around this property. It's gorgeously historic, quiet and scenic. Visiting the house was a pretty amazing experience. I would suggest a full... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 641 traveler reviews

Recommend to visit

Located inside the Atlanta History Center, it is a beautiful house to see. I went there early morning when the center opened and left around noon. By noon on Saturday area got busy. Recommend coming... Read Full Review

Skip Unless You’re a History Buff

The Swan house itself is a beautiful home showing the opulence of the rich as this was a downside home for the family who had owned it. But the grounds seemed to have falling behind in the upkeeps. Read Full Review

Beautiful place

Beautiful peaceful place that takes you back at the beginning of the 20th century , worth the visit. Read Full Review

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