Take a ghost tour at one of Atlanta’s most haunted buildings

ATLANTA — On Oct. 25 through 27, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation will host its popular Legends and Lore Tour at historic Rhodes Hall — the Trust’s headquarters and Atlanta’s “Castle on Peachtree Street” —  at 1516 Peachtree Street NW in Atlanta.

October 25-27, 2022
Legends and Lore at Rhodes Hall

The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation invites guests to tour the 1904 “Castle on Peachtree” and hear some of the spine-chilling experiences and encounters that have been reported by visitors and staff.

Known as one of Atlanta’s most haunted buildings, Rhodes Hall is a hotbed of paranormal activity and has been featured on TV shows such as “Ghost Hunters” and WSB’s “Georgia’s Haunted Hidden Gems.” Guests will have an opportunity to enjoy “spirits” on the porch before the tour (pre-tour beer and wine are included in the ticket price).

Spaces are limited. Ages 21+. $35 per person. More information and tickets are available at www.georgiatrust.org.

All proceeds benefit the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation’s mission to work for the preservation and revitalization of Georgia’s diverse historic resources and advocate their appreciation, protection and use.

About Rhodes Hall
One of the last remaining mansions that once lined Peachtree Street, Rhodes Hall was built in 1904-05 for furniture magnate Amos Giles Rhodes and his family.

Rhodes Hall is now the headquarters for the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and is operated as a historic house museum.

Free parking is available behind the house at 1495 Spring Street. Group tours and special event rentals are available by request. For more information, call (404) 885-7800 or visit www.rhodeshall.org.


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