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We had a wonderful time on our guided tour of this magnificent home. Alan, our guide, was witty and knowledgeable and definitely had a passion for the job. He walked us through every room of the house, telling stories behind the architecture, layout of the...More
We attended a wedding reception here this weekend. The venue is absolutely breathtaking. Each room is so beautifully cared for. The staircase is a marvel depicting the Civil War story in the stained glass windows. A must see in my opinion.
I went to a lovely wedding at Rhodes Hall. What a beautiful and historic home. Lovely old home along Peachtree street. If you want to see how "old" Atlanta lived this is a great place to see and imagine that life. The stunning stained glass...More
This is a place where most Atlantans have seen from Peachtree Street and wondered what it is. Rhodes Hall is a beautiful structure in mint condition and a local treasure. However, tours are infrequent - especially in December when the Saturday tours are cancelled in...More
I liked the castle-like atmosphere with vintage furniture. Right out of the past. It served well for a wedding group of about 65 people. Inside and outside accommodations. Great setting right with in the middle of midtown atlanta on Peachtree St. Convenient visiting from any...More
I have always had a thing for this place, and was so happy when it became the headquarters for the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
I wanted to get married here in 1980, but it was under restoration, so my dream is to have my...More
Visited Rhodes Hall on a ghost hunt. It is a very beautiful location on top of being highly active. I toured the location during the day time, and it is well preserved and decorated perfectly in the period style. The wood work as well as...More
The architecture and the artifacts of the place was what it made a praiseworthy place but now it is more of a wedding center and I could very well imagine why. The place is regal and beautiful. The only trouble is that you only get...More