DeKalb Traveler: L.P Grant Mansion & APC Headquarters

August 16, 1:00 PM

Tour the home of L.P. Grant and the headquarters of the APC.

Lemuel Pratt Grant built a three story Italianate structure in 1856 with his first wife Laura L. Williams. The house served as a hospital during the Civil War, is the birth place of golf legend Bobby Jones, and was owned by Margaret Mitchell. This house tour highlights L.P. Grant’s life and contributions to the city, while telling the rollercoaster story of his home and chronicling several chapters of preservation efforts over the past thirty years.

This event is DeKalb History Center Member Only 

Transportation not provided, meet at the site.

Tour hosted by the Atlanta Preservation Center

Time: 1:00-2:30 PM

Meeting & GPS Location: Atlanta Preservation Center 327 St. Paul Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30312

Limited to 15 DeKalb History Center Members.

Members at the Patron (75) level or above – FREE

Members at the Household (50) level or below – $5


This tour is a benefit of being a member of the DeKalb History Center. Learn more here.