The Mary Gay House in Decatur is an antebellum treasure in Metro Atlanta, a perfect place for intimate events and weddings. The venue has just completed renovations to its outdoor patio and Simpson Room – keeping our historic beauty while offering your guests the refreshed experience of an updated setting!

Your special event will be held in one of the oldest houses in the Atlanta area. Built around 1820, and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, the Mary Gay House in Decatur is one of the few antebellum homes in metropolitan Atlanta that escaped Sherman’s torch. The home can accommodate 80 guests for a seated dinner, and up to 200 standing. There is also an area outside which may be used.

Capacity: 80 seated, 200 standing

Georgina Mathews

716 West Trinity Place, Decatur
404-378-2162, ask for Kim
Mary Gay House