Calling all Atlantans who love architectural history: mark your calendars for March!
With more than 200 programs planned during the month, expect something to pique virtually all interests.
And the best part is, it’s all free!
The monthlong festival celebrating Atlanta’s cultural and historical resources will showcase 99 Preservation Partners and will include events such as guided walking tours, lectures, and open houses. The program has grown significantly from last year, with more than a dozen organizations joining in.
Features of this year’s program include exclusive tours of buildings by noted local architects Philip Trammell Shutze and Neel Reid. Additionally, Civil Bikes will be offering tours of the many civil rights sites across the city, while the DeFoor Centre will guide tours of Battle of Peachtree Creek sites.
Events start March 3, and while most are open to everyone, some have limited space available.
For now, registration is open for only members of the APC. Nonmembers should check back closer to March for the chance to sign up.
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