The Historic Square at Stone Mountain Park is the perfect place to introduce your students to Georgia history. Here they can learn about Colonial Georgia, Antebellum Life or the Civil War in Georgia. These programs are set among a collection of historically restored authentic buildings relocated from around the state, which date from the late 1700’s through the turn of the 20th century. All three programs are presented by period dressed educators and include interactive demonstrations with artifacts that the students can observe and touch. After the program, your students may self-guide through this historic collection of 18 plus buildings, which are all appointed with furnishings and antiques of their time period. Each program also includes a visit to our Farmyard where students can interact with friendly farm animals while learning about the roles the animals played in the lives of the people.
The Historic Square also features the Native American Festival & Pow-Wow – the largest Native American event in Georgia in the fall. This event showcases Native American culture through dance, music, authentic craft demonstrations, cooking traditions, storytelling, wildlife presentations and more.
You may also choose to take your students back in time with Rosie The Riveter program which will introduce your students to the efforts and sacrifices of American civilians on the World War II home front, including the important role played by American women. Through a classroom presentation, authentic WWII military artifacts and a historic video, students will learn of the many industries in which women played a new role.
Last but not least, your students can discover what a diesel-electric locomotive is and how it operates. Our engineer will bring out our diesel-electric engine for your class and lead them through various demonstrations and signaling techniques along with history on the Georgia Railroad in the Stone Mountain Railroad - “The Rock Line” program. No matter when you choose to bring your class to Stone Mountain Park, our educational and fun field trip programs will bring your classroom studies to life!
- Select a date and a program that you would like to bring your group to Stone Mountain Park! It is helpful to have a couple of backup dates in mind, just in case we happen to be very busy on certain dates.
- Contact the Group Sales office by calling 770-498-5636, email us at email@example.com or fill out a request form.
- Payment in full must be received at least 21 days in advance of your visit (30 days in advance of the Native American Festival & Pow Wow). Payments can be made by credit card, check, or school purchase order! This is an essential step to ensuring your reservation.
Payment in full is due no later than 21 days prior to your visit date. Payment will NOT be accepted at the Ticket Plaza. Reservations not paid in full by 21 days prior to your visit date will be cancelled without prior notification.
Stone Mountain Park accepts company checks, money orders and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Personal checks are not accepted.
Check Payment: Stone Mountain Park only accepts business/school checks or money orders at least 21 days in advance of your visit. Checks will not be valid as payment within 21 days of your visit. Checks and money orders can be mailed to Group Sales at P.O. Box 871008, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087.
Please review the information below regarding tax exempt payment procedures. The following documents are required for tax exemption by the State of Georgia. We encourage you to print off the steps below and use it a checklist to ensure that all of your paperwork has been submitted correctly.
Government agencies within the state of Georgia (state, county, city governments, school districts)
Step 1: Submit a current and completed GA ST-5 form for your school or organization upon booking your reservation. Email to SMPGroups@stonemountainpark.com or fax to 770-413-5154.
Step 2: Submit a signed & approved Purchase Order. After we have reviewed and accepted your purchase order, a paid in full booking confirmation will be emailed to you. Additions made after this step will require a revised purchase order. You cannot decrease your numbers after a completed Purchase Order is received by SMP. Email to SMPGroups@stonemountainpark.com or fax to 770-413-5154.
Step 3: Final payment must be made in the form of an organization check, as required by the State of Georgia. Credit cards, cash or personal checks will not be accepted for reservations made by government agencies. Please mail the check to: Stone Mountain Park Group Sales, P.O. Box 871008, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087. Checks must be made out for the exact amount on the purchase order.
Other organizations exempt from Georgia state sales tax
- Step 1: Submit exemption document such as a current, completed GA ST-5 form or Letter of Authorization for your school or organization upon booking your reservation. Email to SMPGroups@stonemountainpark.com or fax to 770-413-5154.
- Step 2: Final payment must be made at least 21 days prior to your event date. Payment may be made in the form of company checks, money orders and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Personal checks are not accepted.
Personal or private vehicles traveling with a school or tour group are required to purchase a daily parking permit ($20 per vehicle) or have an annual parking pass. This includes chaperone vehicles.