Atlanta History Center - Swan House

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3130 Slaton Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 261-0636
Historic Site, Tea Room, History Museum

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  • Hunger Games fans await the second of the series, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The Swan House marks one of the filming spots for this mega film franchise!
  • It was built in 1928 for Edward & Emily Inman after their house in Ansley Park burned in 1924. The Inman family resides in Oakland Cemetery.
  • This beautiful historic home is featured in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" as the filming location for the mansion of President Coriolanus Snow, played by veteran actor Donald Sutherland.
  • Hunger Games fans await the second of the series, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". The Swan House marks one of the filming spots for this mega film franchise!
  • First time, awesome bday lunch for Aimee!
  • An excellent restaurant to entertain out of town guests. The food is delicious, the service is great and the atmosphere is very southern. After brunch you can tour nearby historic spots as well.
  • The Swan Coach House is a classic for bridal luncheons and the like. Order the famous chicken salad with frozen fruit salad for the authentic experience. Wash it down with punch.
  • Can you find all 30 swans?
  • Absolutely gorgeous. One of the most amazing places to visit in Atlanta
  • Great experience with interpreter acting as the original architect
  • Los juegos del hambre fueron grabados aqu. Pero la casa est sper bonita.
  • This house is awesome !! The furnitures are since 1928. The hunger games was filmed here.
  • Not to be missed! Outstanding attraction. Margaret Mitchell house in midtown is part of this place
  • Check out The Hunger Games tours Saturdays 1-4:30! 10$ extra fee
  • The 1928 Swan House is a star of Catching Fire as the site of President Snows mansion.
  • Don't forgot to take advantage of the Scoutmob 50% off coupon!