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Somehow, I expected the carving to occupy more of the face of the mountain than it does. Unless you plan to get very close, you may need binoculars to get a good view of the 3 Confederate heroes depicted. For some history and background, sure...More
My grown daughter and I visited Atlanta for some mother/ daughter time. We had two occasions we were celebrating, so we had our own fun for four days. Stone Mountain was filled with interesting things to do. Of course, we went to the top of...More
Since I wasn't interested in the park, I decided to climb the mountain to see the carving. Unfortunately, no where online was it clear that you could not see the carving if you climbed the mountain. What a disappointment! Many others also did the climb...More
The carving is breathtaking and certainly an historical icon. The message of unity and brotherhood was so inspiring and blessed. Clearly there is no issue regarding the glorification of slavery. It is our history and whereas slavery is a component, it isn’t the crux of...More
My wife and I enjoyed learning the history of these 3 men of which the carving is about along with learning about how this Monolith of Granite the largest on earth was formed.
Also enjoyed the other attractions around this site which made it a...More
We loved Stone Mountain not our first visit here but it’s been awhile. We rode the train around the park but an extra price for riding it which should have been included in entrance price. There was a 4D movie that was really good. They...More