Events

  •  Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Courthouse

    The 1903 Bartow County Courthouse was a stop on this year's Spring Ramble. The building is the second of three courthouses built in Cartersville since the Civil War. Its site was an encampment area…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Glen Cove Farm

    Glen Cove Farm was visited by General William T. Sherman twice -- once in 1844 as a young man and again in 1864 during the Civil War. Sherman spared the home in 1864 even though the owner Colonel…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, White Columns

    Built in 1876, the Conyers-Goss home is referred to as "White Columns" after the columns were added in 1903. After sitting vacant for nearly a quarter of a century, the home was…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Lottie Moon House

    Built in 1856, the Lottie Moon House was originally the First Baptist Church of Cartersville. It was severely damaged during the Civil War and then completed destroyed by a tornado. Rebuilt in the…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, First Coke Ad

    The world’s first outdoor Coca-Cola advertisement is located in Cartersville at Young Brother’s Pharmacy. Dating back to 1894, the signage is reportedly the work of an industrious Coca-Cola syrup…   See the Image

  • The Greening of Rhodes Hall, Exterior

    The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and Southface are launching the first certification program for the sustainable treatment of historic properties defined as "appropriate methods for…   See the Image

  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens Imaginary Worlds, Nighttime Cocktails

    If you live in Atlanta, the world's largest exhibit of topiary is currently right in your backyard. The wildly popular sculptures, called “mosaiculture,” will stand tall until October 31, 2014 at the…   Read the Blog

  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens Imaginary Worlds, Nighttime Cocktails

    Cobras, horses, dogs, and butterflies are just a few of the incredible pieces of "mosaiculture" on display at the Garden. The creations are so unique that it's worth going more than once.   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens Imaginary Worlds, Cobra

    Located in Midtown, these unique forms of topiary will be on display through October. On Thursdays the garden stays open till 10 p.m. and serves themed cocktails.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens Imaginary Worlds, Gorilla

    Located in Midtown, these unique forms of topiary will be on display through October. On Thursdays the garden stays open till 10 p.m. and serves themed cocktails.    See the Image