RHODES HALL

Rhodes Hall, one of Atlanta’s few remaining mansions on Peachtree Street, was built in 1904, prior to the development of Ansley Park. It was designed by one of Atlanta’s most celebrated young architects for one of the city’s wealthiest men. Constructed of Stone Mountain granite in the Victorian Romanesque Revival style, it holds state-wide significance for both the quality and style of its architecture. While it was originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes and his wife Amanda, today it is a house museum and one of the most unique venues in Atlanta for social and corporate events. The upper floors of the “Castle on Peachtree” are also headquarters for The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.

Contact | Jennifer Anderson
events@georgiatrust.org
(404) 885 – 7800

The upper floors of the “castle on Peachtree” are also headquarters for The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Take a tour of the house and learn more about its history, get information about the many events at Rhodes Hall, or learn how you can host your next event at Atlanta’s “castle on Peachtree.”

The event space at Rhodes Hall includes the entire main floor, the front porch, and the front lawn, with additional rooms on the second and ground floor that can be used as dressing rooms for your event. A perfect wedding venue for both your ceremony and reception, Rhodes Hall can accommodate up to 150 people for a cocktail reception, and up to 100 people for a formal seated dinner.

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