Enjoy free admission to the Atlanta History Center’s Goizueta Gardens and Cherokee Garden Library. The Atlanta History Center’s 33 acres are home to six historic gardens, each representing a period in Georgia history, from pre-colonial settlement to 1930s aesthetics. Paired with outdoor offerings is Cherokee Garden Library, a bastion of resources that document the horticultural and botanical history in the Southeast.
Mary Howard Gilbert Memorial Garden – 10:00am
Smith Family Farm – 1:00pm
Swan House Gardens – 3:00pm
Cherokee Garden Library – 11:00am, 2:00pm
Admission to the gardens for National Public Gardens Day is free. Access to the historic houses and Atlanta History Museum is included in cost of general admission. For more information, please call 404.814.4000.