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Swan House

130 West Paces Ferry Rd., Atlanta, GA 30305 View Map

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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4.5 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 615 traveler reviews

A rare remaining piece of Atlanta history

This home is absolutely stellar. It has been well maintained and allows you to step into the past of a well-to-do Atlanta family. If you have a chance to read the first volume of THE SWAN HOUSE... Read Full Review

Part of the Atlanta History Centre

Elegant house in the grounds of the Atlanta History Centre which is furnished in the style of the 1930s, Well worth visiting Read Full Review

Swan hunt!

This is part of the History Museum so be prepared to walk! There is a small parking lot at the restaurant and gift shop but no one really wants you to go there to park! We actually did score a... Read Full Review

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4 stars on Yelp Based on 48 traveler reviews

We were able to explore the mansion by ourselves which allowed us to go at our own pace. This was high on my list of places to go and my husband agreed to... Read Full Review

Swan House and Hunger Games The Swan House was built in 1928 at a cost of $106,000 in cash for the Inman family after their Atlanta home burned in 1924.... Read Full Review

Cute Southern sophisticated place for lunch/tea with great desert. Came here for lunch and never disappoints they serve a warm basket of bread with butter... Read Full Review

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