Discover a Chateauesque gem!

The Wimbish House, home of the Atlanta Woman\'s Club

The Wimbish House

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The Wimbish House, an eclectic French Renaissance Revival-style home has ornamented the intersection of Peachtree and 14th Street since 1906. The house is a designated national, state and city historic landmark located in the heart of Midtown and sits on what was once known as “Mansion Row.” Designed in the Chateauesque style by W.T. Downing, prominent Atlanta attorney William A. Wimbish commissioned the home to showcase his family’s social standing.  Downing is known for many notable buildings around Atlanta, including the Gothic-Revival Healey Building, the Romanesque-Revival Church of the Sacred Heart, and Lupton Hall at Oglethorpe University, among other structures.

Today the home serves as the headquarters to the Atlanta Woman’s Club, who acquired the residence in 1920. Since its formation in 1895, The Atlanta Woman’s Club has made many significant contributions to the region in support of education, literacy, economic development, and City beautification, among other efforts. Discover more about the home and the Club’s impact during this 1 hour guided tour!

Parking for this site is limited and we recommend using alternative transportation, such as rideshare services or MARTA.  Some parking may be available in metered street parking on Cypress Street, or in the pay lot next to the Wimbish house.

Historic Tour Admission

     $13 for Adults
     $7 for Students and for Seniors (65+)

     Free admission for current APC Members.  Contact APC at (404) 688-3353 for your free member reservation.


Reservations are required. We kindly ask that you please book or cancel no later than 48 hours in advance. Members must contact the APC to schedule a tour; for all other reservations, please visit our website.


Tours subject to cancellation at guides’ discretion due to inclement weather at the tour start point.  For parties of 20 or more, please visit the Private Group Tours page for more information.