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Stone Mountain Carving

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Stone Mountain Carving

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1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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Experience the Civil War & Battlegrounds of Atlanta by Luxury Car
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Experience the Civil War & Battlegrounds of Atlanta by Luxury Car

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Ideally constructed for history buffs and Civil War connoisseurs. This tour experience will be a delight for all to enjoy. You will get a sense of the social impact Atlanta has been on the nation. We provide luxurious vehicles that pick you up complimentary within city limits. Our expert guides take you on some of the routes General Sherman travelled on his March to the Sea. Our focus is to immerse you into the environment by creating a personable and engaging experiences. You will be driven by a certified driver and knowledgable guide who will give you an overview of all the places you'll visit during your tour. The tour will include a complimentary snack, bottled water and a complimentary meal voucher for lunch.<br>The entry to Kennesaw National Park, Marietta Cemetery, Smith Plantation, Inman Park, Oakland Cemetery, Stone mountain Park and the beautiful Atlanta History Center. You will also be given free passes to visit the Margaret Mitchell House (author of Gone with the Wind)!
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Greg P wrote a review Oct 2020
Florida726 contributions197 helpful votes
I is worth seeing but I would not visit it again. It not stand out or provide the artistic value that I was expecting.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John J wrote a review Oct 2020
Dallas, Texas236 contributions91 helpful votes
The carving is spectacular. It was originally designed by the same person as Mount Rushmore. Due to a design argument, he left and went on to complete Mount Rushmore, so it was finished by another artist. The grounds and additional state carvings and statues are tastefully arranged and well maintained.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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NancySusanMH wrote a review Sep 2020
Tarpon Springs, Florida115 contributions30 helpful votes
The carving is very unique but once you look at it, take a picture and leave. NO social distancing in the park
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Date of experience: September 2020
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1991KEB wrote a review Sep 2020
Navarre, Florida1,154 contributions292 helpful votes
We were very disappointed when we got to the mountain and saw the carving. We recently were at Mt. RUSHMORE and knew the man who designed and worked on that started this carving. It was nothing like Mr. BORGLUN'S work. I will have to go and see who actually finished this work after the departure of Mr. Borglun. The hike to the monument was nice.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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wpgod722 wrote a review Aug 2020
Clermont, Georgia20 contributions3 helpful votes
I have hiked, fished, been to concerts, watched fireworks on July 4th, attended Yellow Daisy Festival, family cookout's, ate at restaurants, biked, walked ,took kids to playground. visited Memorial Hall, seeked out history about mountain, walked up the mountain dozens of time, attended Easter services, viewed Christmas decorations with family, etc. I grew up in the shadows of Stone Mountain/Dekalb Co., absolutely love this place. It is a memorial to those who gave their lives during the Civil War. It is one of the greatest pieces of art in the nation on the side of that mountain that men gave their lives to produce. Loaded with history. This should not be a place for ANYONE to protest in this park period. Enjoy this park it is beautiful and should not be disturbed just appreciated. It has been and will continue to be a huge part of my life. I hope you enjoy the memorial for what it is. A memorial, history, art, a treasure for all.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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