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Sights, Symbols, and Stories of Oakland

Discover the history, the period gardens, and the art and architecture that give Oakland its distinctive character. Oakland is an…

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Young Historians: An Oakland Outing to Grant Park

Although Oakland is considered Atlanta’s first green space, our neighbor to the south – Grant Park – holds the honor…

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Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tours

Our Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tours, which sell out every July, are a favorite autumn tradition in Atlanta.…

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Dying in the 19th Century

From the log cabin the Cherokee Indians called “medicine house” to the establishment of Atlanta Medical College to the medical…

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Flashlight Tour: Women of Oakland

Pioneers, risk-takers, trailblazers, and icons. These words describe some of the legendary ladies laid to rest at Oakland Cemetery. Hear their stories and celebrate their accomplishments during a sunset tour of Oakland. Choose between two tours – “Black Magnolias” or…

Young Historians: An Oakland Outing to Grant Park

Although Oakland is considered Atlanta’s first green space, our neighbor to the south – Grant Park – holds the honor of the city’s oldest public park. Founded in 1883, Grant Park and the surrounding Victorian neighborhood is one of Atlanta’s…

Young Historians: History Comes Alive

With more than 70,000 people buried in Oakland, there are thousands of stories waiting to be told. During this two-part homeschool program (September 6 and October 4), Young Historians will learn skills for creative writing, research and write about an…

Young Historians: History Comes Alive

With more than 70,000 people buried in Oakland, there are thousands of stories waiting to be told. During this two-part homeschool program (September 6 and October 4), Young Historians will learn skills for creative writing, research and write about an…

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