Sacred ground, landmark, refuge, meeting place, home: Stone Mountain has been many things to many people. Discover the past and present of Stone Mountain through a customized Historical Tour.
The Historic Square Stroll through over 100 years of Georgia history at the Historic Square. Original buildings, gardens, historic breed farm animals and the largest collection of 19th century antiques in the state tell the story of the diversity of life in the region from the colonial period through the Civil War and beyond.
Let Stone Mountain Park design a Historic Square visit for your group! Join a historic square interpreter who will bring the period of your choice to life with one of the following programs:
Colonial Georgia: What was Georgia like just after the American Revolution? Join us at the 18th century Thornton House and learn about the gentry, the backwoodsmen and their closest neighbors, the Cherokee and the Creek Indian nations.
Pioneer and Antebellum Life: Learn about the daily lives of residents from Georgia’s “Pioneer Period” up to the dawn of the Civil War.
Civil War in Georgia: This program highlights the Atlanta campaign and the effect of the war on civilians.
Pricing: Program Only - $16.00 (plus tax)
Program Requirement: A minimum of 20 attendees. Groups larger than 30 may be split into multiple tours.
Includes entrance to Discovering Stone Mountain Museum in Memorial Hall. Add a Historic Square Program to an All-Attractions Pass for an additional $9.00 (plus tax).