At the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, we are helping Georgians to understand and appreciate the irreplaceable value of historic buildings and places and their relevance to modern life. We envision Georgians who promote careful stewardship and active use of these diverse resources and recognize the economic and cultural benefits of preservation.
Events & Highlights
Revenue from our special events plays a large part in our success. Please join us.
A Program to Help Congregations in Georgia Preserve and Maximize Their Older Buildings – Partners for Sacred Places and the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation invite interested congregations to attend...
Run or walk anytime, anywhere until October 23. Set your own pace. Earn a ghoulish t-shirt! All proceeds benefit the Georgia Trust for Historic...
This workshop will include topics on major themes and issues for historic African American resources, fundraising strategies and planning, and technical preservation...
Atlanta’s most beloved holiday tradition for over 20 years, Santa at Rhodes Hall has brought the magic of Christmas to thousands of families by featuring personal appointments and photos with...
Our mission is to work for the preservation and revitalization of Georgia’s diverse historic resources and advocate their appreciation, protection and use. Our accomplishments are made possible by the support of our members and donors. We thank you.
We envision communities where new development complements and reinforces thriving downtowns and historic neighborhoods, contributing to a healthy and enriched humane environment.
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The Georgia Trust offers programs for people who care about the historic buildings and communities that tell the story of our past. There are many ways you can help.
Virtual Tour of Rhodes Hall
Here’s your chance to peek inside Atlanta’s “castle on Peachtree.” While it was originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, today it is a house museum and one of the most unique venues in Atlanta for social and corporate events. The upper floors are the headquarters for the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation.
A Greener Rhodes Hall
The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation is committed to “going green.” We know that adopting greener practices and policies, conserving energy and building green can not only positively impact our organization’s energy use and efficiency, but also positively impact the environment and the communities in which we live and work. Rhodes Hall received Energy Star certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, signifying that it performs in the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency and meets strict performance levels set by the EPA.