The Atlanta Preservation Center is sponsoring the Fifth Annual Phoenix Flies, A Celebration of Living Landmarks.
This takes place from March 10th through the 31st and includes an expanded list of (mostly free) events. Tours include City Hall and the Capital building, bike trips through some of intown's historic neighborhoods, several guided walking including the Fox Theatre, Grant & Piedmont Parks, Oakland, South-View & Sylvester Cemeteries and The Wren's Nest & Maragret Mitchell House.
A branch of the Preservation Center called CIRCA meets the second Tuesday of each month and March's tour will be:
This is a great opportunity to tour the first major renovation that focused attention back to this beautiful neighborhood. Located at 866 Euclid Avenue , this stunning red Victorian, built in 1890, has breathtaking vintage details: Intricate moldings and mantels, charming nooks and crannies, much hand carved woodwork. The view from the Tower is spectacular!
Directions: From N. Highland Ave , turn left on Elizabeth then right on Euclid to 866. From Moreland, go west on Euclid from Little 5 Points to 866.
We'll meet around 6:30 on Tuesday, March 13th.
For more info or for future tours...
and click on the CIRCA link.