Atlanta History Center Trail

EASY 11 reviews

Atlanta History Center Trail is a 0.8 mile loop trail located near Atlanta, Georgia and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 0.8 miles Elevation Gain: 68 feet Route Type: Loop

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

stroller friendly

walking

no dogs

Short and sweet. Nice cabin toward the end of the trail. Educational markers along the way about plants.

hiking
5 months ago

This isn’t really a trail- it’s a walk through the garden and behind the old mansion. The lawn and building are very well cared for. There’s a huge children’s house that really creeped me out and seems like the beginning of a horror movie. There was a cool model-T my friend and i climbed in, but it was mostly exploring and not much walking/no hiking because it was so short....

6 months ago

terrible path took 5min to complete it. dogs are not allowed they kicked us out

Monday, May 15, 2017

Only day time!

hiking
Friday, April 21, 2017

This was a lovely place to escape the heat and humidity that falls on Atlanta in the summer

walking
Saturday, September 17, 2016

Lots of little trails on the property from wooded areas to manicured gardens. Atlanta History Center is a great place to visit, it has a lot more to offer besides the trail network.

walking
Sunday, May 31, 2015

If this is referring to the Mary Howard Gilbert Memorial Quarry Garden at the History Center, there is a trail that takes you through gardens and water areas. It is between the History Center and the Swan House. Very pretty. This the description from their website: The three-acre Quarry Garden shelters one of the state’s most comprehensive collections (nearly 600 species) of plants native to pre-settlement Georgia, many of which are rare and/or endangered. See plants like the Franklin Tree (Franklinia alatamaha), discovered on the banks of Georgia’s Altamaha River and now extinct in the wild; the yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria), a signature plant of Southeastern Native Americans; and various species of native azaleas (Rhododendron spp.). Situated in the center of the garden’s serene landscape lays a glistening pond and bog garden that provides habitat for native water plants, carnivorous plants, and wild orchids while attracting birds and woodland creatures

hiking
11 months ago

Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Friday, January 08, 2016

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