PRIVATE GUIDED TOURS OF ATLANTA

Experience Midtown Atlanta on an eclectic walking tour and see where the city combines commercial, residential, nature and the arts into one vibrant, urban mix

This is primarily a walking tour and does not include entry to ticketed locations

In case of inclement weather, your tour will be adapted to a driving tour

Stops on your DTour will include:

  • The Margaret Mitchell House - the apartment building where the Pulitzer-Prize winning author lived and wrote Gone With The Wind

  • Piedmont Park - Atlanta’s Central Park, this almost 200-acre urban green-space is also home to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens

  • Ansley Park - the neighborhood birthplace of Margaret Mitchell features winding roads, beautiful landscaping and a variety of architecture predominantly from the early 20th century

  • The Temple & Peachtree Christian - the oldest Jewish congregation in Atlanta also played a part in the film Driving Miss Daisy. Located across the street is a 1920’s Gothic Cathedral also used as a location for Captain America Civil War

  • Center for Puppetry Arts - the largest museum in the US devoted to the art form with a special wing dedicated to Jim Henson and The Muppets

  • High Museum of Art and MODA - the largest art museum in the Southeast includes exterior works by Rodin & Lichtenstein. Located across the street is the Museum of Design devoted to celebrating all things design.

  • Rhodes Hall and Wimbish House - two of the few remaining early 20th century homes located on Atlanta’s main thoroughfare, Peachtree Street

  • Public Art - includes works by Daniel Webster, the designer of the Lincoln Memorial, a sculpture donated to Atlanta by Prince Charles, and one of the the city’s newest public pieces, Autoeater

or for more information, contact dan@dtour.me