Built in 1904 for Amos Rhodes, founder of Rhodes Furniture, Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for generations. Designed by Willis F. Denny II, it is one of the finest examples of Romanesque Revival architecture in the state of Georgia, and has one of the most original Victorian interiors in Atlanta. It also houses one of the most unique memorials to the Civil War through a series of nine hand-painted glass windows, titled "The Rise and Fall of the Confederacy," featured in the grand stair hall of the home. Today, Rhodes Hall is a house museum and special event venue on the main floor, and headquarters to The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation on the upper floors.
Guided tours offered on Tuesdays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., depending on our event schedule, with tours starting on the hour, and the last tour starts one hour before the closing time.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday: 11:00AM - 3:00AM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Admission & Fees
Adults $5 for main floor, $7 for Behind-the-Scenes
Children 6-12, Students, & Seniors $4.00 for main floor, $6 for Behind-the-Scenes
Children under 6 Free
Members of Georgia Trust & National Trust Free
Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible (Limited)
Group Reservations Required , Group-friendly
Near Interstate Highway
20, 400, 75, 85
American Express, Mastercard, Visa
Suitable for Ages