Host an unforgettable social gathering or have a memorable wedding ceremony at the historic venue setting.
This Atlanta landmark is versatile enough to host a dinner party or act as a pre-function space for the Grand Overlook ballroom. Consider adding a costumed interpreter that will perform historical character narratives.
The lawns can accommodate 50 to 750 guests. Because Swan House is a historic house museum, parties and receptions are not allowed inside the mansion, but your guests can tour the mansion for a few hours during your event.
The Swan House Gardens are available for evening events from 6:00pm or later for 10 hours including setup and cleanup time.
Call us today at 404.814.4090 to schedule a site tour or book your event, or email us at PrivateEvents@atlantahistorycenter.com.
Buildings & Grounds
Designed by Philip Trammel Shutze in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman, Swan House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
History has been made and celebrated on our campus for almost a century. We invite you to be a part of that history.
Gardens of the spectacular Inman estate was designed by Philip Trammell Shutze from 1926-1928, the latter years of the Country Place Era.
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.