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Grant Park: Trees, Trails, History and Architecture

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Grant Park is Atlanta's oldest park and was donated to the City by Lemuel Pratt Grant in 1882. Visitors will enjoy learning about the park's trees and some of its historic and architectural highlights, including the Lion Bridge and the Milledge and Erskine fountains, all recently restored by the Grant Park Conservancy. The Conservancy also cares for the park's tree canopy (including its many oaks, elms, maples and magnolias) with ongoing canopy and park restoration efforts. Trees Atlanta and the Atlanta Preservation Center are pleased to partner with the Conservancy to support their work in the park.
Tour Docent: Kathy Brennan, Trees Atlanta Docent and Grant Park neighbor.
This tour is in partnership with Trees Atlanta.
The details
  • Please meet at the picnic table at the Loomis street entrance at the north end of the park (where Sydney and Loomis meet).
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing and bring drinking water, bug and sun protection.
  • Tour will last approximately 1.5 hours.
  • Tickets are required; no walkups allowed.
  • The tour is subject to cancellation at the guide's discretion due to inclement weather at the tour starting point. You will be notified via email.

Tour Admission

  • Non-Member: $17.50
  • Member: $12.50
  • Senior / Student / Child: $10.50
For any questions or to inquire about a private group tour, contact Jessie Grande at jessie@preserveatlanta.com.