The Edward Inman "Swan" House is a mansion in Atlanta, Georgia. It was designed by Philip T. Shutze and built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman. The house is currently part of the Atlanta History Center, and it has been featured in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2.Make Swan House a centerpiece of your Atlanta vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Atlanta tour itinerary website.
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A beautiful house and fantastic grounds, I am a big Hunger Games fan so found it fascinating to see the fountain and stairs used for the set. I am also a big fan of old houses. The foyer and...
A beautiful house and fantastic grounds, I am a big Hunger Games fan so found it fascinating to see the fountain and stairs used for the set. I am also a big fan of old houses. The foyer and... more »
This is the house of the original owner of the land that the Atlanta History Center sits on. The house has a really neat history behind it which a host will tell you about when you enter the home...
This is the house of the original owner of the land that the Atlanta History Center sits on. The house has a really neat history behind it which a host will tell you about when you enter the home... more »
It's part of the Atlanta History Center and has a lot of the charm you find at any historic mansion. It's been partially restored with some original furniture, but a lot of the history can still be seen. Especially with respect to the common areas. I personally enjoyed seeing the architect's porcelain collection downstairs the most. There's also a couple rooms dedicated to Emily's passion, women's suffrage with some fun posts from visitors. Definitely make it a point to visit since you don't see many of these kinds of mansions in the public space.
I loved this place! We visited in February so the Japanese gardens weren't in bloom yet, so we missed out on that but the swan house itself is so beautiful, regardless of the season. It was nice to explore it with less tourist. In order to get to the swan house you need to buy a ticket for the historic center. There's a museum, some log cabins, goats, chickens lots of cool things to look at. This is all covered with the price of admission. Overall we spent around 3 hours here
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