Rhodes Hall


1516 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone: 404-885-7800

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Hours:
Museum  Tue-Fri 11am-3pm; Sat 10am-2pm

Type:
Historic Sites


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Historic Sites: Built in 1904, this historic home once belonged to Amos G. Rhodes. So large and ornate that many say it resembles a castle, this Romanesque Revival mansion is full of beautiful antiques, and visitors won't be surprised to hear that Rhodes made his fortune in the furniture business. Stained glass windows (depicting scenes from the Civil War) and local Stone Mountain marble are also highlights at this painstakingly preserved home. MARTA: Arts Center

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Historic Sites: Built in 1904, this historic home once belonged to Amos G. Rhodes. So large and ornate that many say it resembles a castle, this Romanesque Revival mansion is full of beautiful antiques, and visitors won't be surprised to hear that Rhodes made his fortune in the furniture business. Stained glass windows (depicting scenes from the Civil War) and local Stone Mountain marble are also highlights at this painstakingly preserved home. MARTA: Arts Center

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