Rhodes Hall has been an Atlantan landmark for generations, due to its grand exterior and unique design
When you’re driving through Atlanta, the last thing you’d expect to see is a magnificent castle. However, pay close attention to your surroundings in Midtown ATL, and you might catch a glimpse of this grand and historic building named Rhodes Hall.
Located on Peachtree Street, this castle-esque slice of history was build in 1904. Originally a residential mansion of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, nowadays, the hall houses a museum and is one of the most unique venues in Atlanta for social and corporate events.
Serving as the headquarters for the Georgia Trust, Rhodes Hall has redefined itself throughout recent history. Beyond the renovations and changes in its survival-strategy, the castle has kept its striking ambience that’s solidified it as one of the most unique buildings in A-Town, and is also one of the final remaining mansions on Peachtree.
The History Tours of the castle have been put on pause, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stop to admire its distinctive exterior. Check out their website to stay up to date, and be the first to know when the tours and access to their museum returns.
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