Historic Square at Stone Mountain Park is a collection of original buildings from around the State of Georgia, built between 1793 and 1875. Each structure was moved from its original site and carefully restored to preserve its authenticity and historical value. Take a self-guided tour and enjoy the sights and smells of the working cookhouse and garden.
This fascinating area also houses the most extensive collection of period furniture and decorations in the south, reflecting the diverse lifestyles of 18th and 19th century Georgia residents.
Be sure to visit the Farmyard where kids can pet the animals, work with our trainers to learn about animal behavior and come to understand the role of livestock in early Georgia life. The Historic Square also hosts several special events, including the Stone Mountain Native American Festival & Pow-Wow and A Homespun Christmas.
Special Attraction Information: Direct access to some of the historical buildings is limited by stairs. Guests who have recently traveled outside the US and have recently been in contact with foreign livestock are restricted from visiting the Farmyard. For more specific information please see our Park Accessibility Guide.
This attraction is included in an All-Attractions Pass and an annual Mountain Membership. Please check calendar for dates and hours of operation prior to your visit.
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Daily or Annual Parking Permit required for Park entry.