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Oakland Cemetery

Oakland Cemetery

Cemetery, Monument / Landmark, and Park
Grant Park, Atlanta
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  • Fleshvine X.
    "... to find the Lion and Margaret Mitchell's grave."(6 Tips)
    GPNA
    "Six Feet Under & eat with Bobby Jones."(4 Tips)
    ed p.
    "Great slice of Atlanta history."(2 Tips)
    Kimberly K.
    "GREAT stories on the different guided tours!"(21 Tips)
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  • Mario D.
    Mario DiazApril 18
    Not bad, it's a different option !!
    Upvoted 3 days ago
  • Arlene M.
    This place is full of history and great sculptures. Be careful walking because some of the roads are torn up
  • Scott J.
    Take any tour, you will enjoy them
  • Thomas T.
    Thomas TaylorNovember 4, 2015
    The tours are worth every penny. The Halloween tour sells out months of advance, book early.
  • Mary N.
    Mary NagibSeptember 9, 2015
    Stunning location! A must see if you're in the area. Definitely worth it!
  • Kostas D.
    Kostas DonutsSeptember 6, 2015
    Nice place to walk around but not on a hot day...!
  • Bikabout
    BikaboutAugust 6, 2015
    Biking through this historic cemetery where much of the fallen confederate army is buried in front of the Atlanta skyline is a serene experience.
  • Kimberly K.
    Kimberly KrautterJanuary 10, 2015
    It's a stunning, clear crisp day here at Historic Oakland. Come visit me in the Bell Tower museum shop where I'm volunteering til 1:00.
  • Tammy W.
    Tammy WheelerOctober 4, 2014
    Was here this afternoon.
  • XPLRR A.
    XPLRR AtlantaJune 14, 2014
    Tunes From The Tombs at Historic Oakland Cemetery is a featured event on www.XPLRR.com. Download the FREE app and become an Atlanta Explorer! http://bit.ly/XPLRRiPhone | http://bit.ly/XPLRRAndroid Read more
  • Charlsie 🍡
    Charlsie 🍡January 25, 2014
    Oakland is the best place to eat lunch. Go to Grant Park Coffee or Ria's and pick up some delicious sandwiches to go and sit in the cemetery for the best lunch date in town!
  • Selia
    SeliaOctober 13, 2013
    Zombie run today made it interesting lol
    Upvoted 3 days ago
  • Aaron C.
    Aaron CruzJuly 24, 2013
    Historical gem in the Grant Park neighborhood. Beautiful gardens, skyline views and so much history of Atlanta and the Old South all in one place.
  • Occupy My Family A.
    Take a tour. Thank us later.
  • Angela K.
    Angela KJune 22, 2013
    Take a guided tour on the weekend or go at dusk when it's more creepy.
  • Explore Georgia
    Explore GeorgiaMay 2, 2013
    Stop by the grave of "Gone with the Wind" author, Margaret Mitchell when you visit this famous Atlanta cemetery.
  • Lauren
    LaurenMay 2, 2013
    Stop by the grave of "Gone with the Wind" author, Margaret Mitchell when you visit this famous Atlanta cemetery.
  • Heather V.
    Heather VelezMarch 24, 2013
    Attend one of the weekend tours and learn a little more about Oakland's history & then pop over to Octane for a coffee and treat.
  • Occupy My Family ATL
    Occupy My Family ATLMarch 12, 2013
    Explore the plots of Oakland Cemetery with a guided tour! You'll learn SO MUCH about Atlanta history and Oakland's famous (and infamous) residents.
  • GPNA
    GPNAFebruary 26, 2013
    Grab lunch to go from across the street: Tin Lizzy's, Republic, Doc Chey's, Six Feet Under & eat with Bobby Jones. The last person who did this on a Saturday golfed lights-out on Sunday!
  • BET
    BETFebruary 6, 2013
    Many notable AF-American residents rest here, including Bishop Gaines, former slave & 2nd pastor of Big Bethel African Methodist Church. See more African-Americans' accomplishments:http://bet.us/BHM
  • Explore Georgia
    Explore GeorgiaFebruary 4, 2013
    Oakland Cemetery is an 48-acre hilly area in the southeastern section of Atlanta which contains the city's oldest extant burial grounds.
  • Intown Expert, Jennifer Kjellgren & Associates
    One of Atlanta's most interesting historic sites, this cemetery is the final resting place of Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell and Maynard Jackson, to name a few. Self and guided tours are available.
  • Megan B.
    Megan BrownOctober 27, 2012
    Oakland is using a Save America's Treasures grant from the National Park Service to restore several of the mausoleums on the site. Visit and see them at work doing amazing stone restoration.
  • Kimberly K.
    Kimberly KrautterSeptember 29, 2012
    Simply not to be missed! The unexpectedly romantic pathways ramble through ancient Victorian gardens filled with stunning architectural monuments. GREAT stories on the different guided tours!
  • Stephanie
    StephanieAugust 20, 2012
    A surprisingly active and beautiful cemetery, be sure to take one of the guided tours or visit for one of their events: Tunes in the Tombs, Sunday in the Park, and of course, for Halloween!
  • Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
    In keeping with Historic Oakland Foundation’s green initiative, attendees are encouraged to ride MARTA or bicycles to the festival. ABC will provide valet bike parking by the main gate on Oakland Ave.
  • Kani カ.
    Beautiful place
  • Saving Places
    Saving PlacesApril 20, 2012
    Oakland Cemetery has served as the final resting place for some of Atlanta's most influential African Americans since its creation during the 1850s.
  • Jim K.
    Jim KoApril 3, 2012
    very.....cold.....
  • Caroline E.
    Caroline EubanksMarch 30, 2012
    Find the Margaret Mitchell grave. Read more
  • Jesse H.
    Jesse HeadyDecember 11, 2011
    Check out Sunday in the Park each year in October - this Victorian street festival has a lot to offer. The last couple of years have had amazing weather.
  • Sharon H.
    Sharon HudsonOctober 26, 2011
    Take the self guided tour of the African American section
  • Tasha T.
    Tasha TavarasOctober 24, 2011
    Never rush a trip to Oakland, make sure you have to time to enjoy all its beauty!
  • jessica L.
    jessica LAugust 27, 2011
    Have lunch at Six Feet Under if you're hungry.
  • Tim F.
    Tim FarleyAugust 23, 2011
    Dogs on leashes are welcome but please clean up after your pets and do not allow them on the monuments. Read more
  • Randy B.
    Randy BarnesMay 31, 2011
    Go early - best before 10 am Read more
  • Kim K.
    Kim K.May 30, 2011
    Find Tweet!
  • Waylon P.
    Waylon PouncyApril 7, 2011
    Get buried here!
  • GPNA
    GPNAMarch 17, 2011
    Local Lust: Grab lunch to go from across the street: Tin Lizzy's, Republic, Doc Chey's, Six Feet Under & eat with Bobby Jones. The last person who did this on a Saturday golfed lights-out on Sunday!
  • Kelly D.
    Kelly DDecember 19, 2010
    The self guided map is 4 dollars at the visitor center and a must. (If u check in u get 25% off) The african american section has different markers where u can call a number and hear information!
  • kristen g.
    kristen greenOctober 3, 2010
    The symbolism tour is awesome! Definitely check it out & do it at the evening twilight tour for added ambiance!
  • 4sqATL
    4sqATLOctober 2, 2010
    The first Sunday in October is the annual Sunday in the Park festival featuring food, music, and historical demonstrations.
  • Atlanta
    AtlantaAugust 14, 2010
    Several walking tours are available @ the visitor center. Visitors are encouraged to use the OC as a park, so feel free to stroll the acres. Follow @oaklandcemetery for tour info & witty commentary. Read more
  • Oakland Cemetery
    Oakland CemeteryJune 9, 2010
    Thank you for visiting with us today. Please stop by the gift shop located in the Bell Tower while you are here for more information on tours and a great selection of books & gifts. Read more
  • Nic W.
    Nic WillisMay 9, 2010
    Make sure to visit the visitors center first. They have guided maps for sale and the folks working there are very knowledge about the cemeterys history.
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYApril 19, 2010
    Founded in 1850, it's the oldest cemetery in Atlanta. It is the final resting place of many of Atlanta's settlers, builders & most noted citizens like Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell & Maynard Jackson.
  • Chad E.
    Chad ElkinsApril 4, 2010
    Stop by the Bell Tower (Gift Shop) to purchase a self-guided tour map or sign up for a guided walking tour. Tour times: Sat & Sun -10am, 2, 4, & 6:30pm. Read more
  • Aqua-Clementine
    Aqua-ClementineMarch 21, 2010
    Great Photo spot
  • Mario D.
    Mario Diaz3 days ago
    Te invito a ver mi video de este sitio en mi canal de YouTube. Vagando con mafedien.
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