The Georgia Trust


About 65 folks showed up at the group's first event to explore a gorgeous 1893 home, followed by a pub tour of the Wrecking Bar (pictured below).

Tiffany Alewine and Cristina DiMarzio at Whitespace Gallery


Inherit GA: The Next Generation of Preservationists
A group of Georgia Trust supporters under 40

Inherit GA is an exciting new initiative of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation designed to cultivate and prepare the next generation of preservation leaders in Georgia.

This group of supporters under 40 has come together to work within the organizational network of The Georgia Trust to pursue social and educational activities, and to establish bonds of friendship through a mutual interest in architecture, history and culture.

Inherit GA gathers on a regular basis to explore historic venues. Participants visit lesser-known historic sites, take behind-the-scenes tours, see preservation projects that are in progress, and whatever else appeals to the group.

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Preservation-minded young professionals will mix and mingle at historic Oakland Cemetery, March 28, 2017.

















A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Oakland Cemetery
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
6-8 pm (Meet at the Bell Tower at 6 p.m.)
248 Oakland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

$10.00 before March 27. $15 at the door.
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Mix and mingle with other preservation-minded young professionals during a special behind-the-scenes walking tour of Oakland Cemetery. Enjoy a rare peek inside some of the historic cemetery's mausoleums, which are usually closed to the public. Learn about the history of the cemetery, along with past and future restoration projects. It’s a great time to see Oakland in all its blooming glory!   

Meet at the Bell Tower at 6 p.m.

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Free parking is available in the lots just outside the front gate or along the street on Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and Oakland Avenue.  Please be sure to lock your car and not leave valuables in view.  Enter through the main gate and follow the signs to the historic Bell Tower, where our tour will begin.




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