Swan House

Originally the residence of the Inman family, wealthy cotton merchants, the Swan House was built in 1928 and epitomizes the elegance and prosperity of the early 20th century. It has become an emblem of Atlanta’s historical and architectural heritage, now part of the Atlanta History Center.

Swan House is famed for its stunning architecture, a blend of Renaissance and Classical styles, with its iconic cascading fountains and majestic staircases, making it a photographer’s paradise. Inside, visitors step back in time, exploring rooms filled with original furnishings and art, offering a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of the Jazz Age’s elite.

Movie buffs may find the Swan House familiar: it’s featured in a number of popular films, most notably “The Hunger Games”, in which it served as President Snow’s mansion.