A memorial to beauty and reflection.
This ornamental garden is in bloom throughout the year, with a rich tapestry of flowering and foliage plants selected for color, fragrance, texture, and an English garden aesthetic. The garden spans the entire rear façade of the Atlanta History Museum, encompassing an amphitheater for seating. Double borders lead to Neel Reid-designed columns, encircling a reflective water feature. This garden celebrates the life of Goizueta Gardens honoree Olga “Olguita” C. de Goizueta.
Winter Highlights in Olguita’s Garden
Although it may seem there is little to see in a winter garden, Olguita’s Garden will show you otherwise.
Summer Highlights in Olguita’s Garden
There is always something new to discover in this garden of flowers and fragrance, just behind the museum. To achieve year-round bloom, Goizueta Gardens staff carefully select seasonal plants to incorporate into the beds and borders that complement the permanent collections.
Explore highlights of Southeastern horticultural history by taking in 33 acres of enchanting gardens, woodlands, and trails.
Host your event in our museum atrium, ballroom, or terraces; and explore our award-winning exhibitions and grounds.
We know traditions change over time. That’s why Atlanta History Center is excited to offer two new elopement and small wedding packages for couples looking to tie the knot during this unprecedented moment in our history.