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Rebecca's Saved Places
Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

1. Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym

1019 Collier Rd NW Ste A (Howell Mill), Atlanta, GA
Gym / Fitness Center · Underwood Hills · 13 tips and reviews
Decatur Cemetery is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

2. Decatur Cemetery

7.5
299 Bell St (at Church St), Decatur, GA
Cemetery · 7 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Oldest known cemetery in metro Atlanta & believed to pre-date Decatur's incorporation in 1823. Spans 38 acres & is home to approx 20,000 residents including G.W. Scott, founder of Agnes Scott College.

Fort Walker is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

3. Fort Walker

602 Atlanta Ave SE (Boulevard SE), Atlanta, GA
Monument / Landmark · Grant Park · 3 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This Civil War fort was named after Gen William H T Walker who was killed at approx noon on July 22, 1864 during the Battle of Atlanta.

Rhodes Hall - The Georgia Trust is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

4. Rhodes Hall - The Georgia Trust

8.6
1516 Peachtree St NW (at Peachtree Circle), Atlanta, GA
Monument / Landmark · Midtown · 5 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: One of the most beautiful & unique mansions in Atlanta. The exterior granite came from nearby Stone Mountain. The building serves as a museum, event facility, & offices for the GA Trust (upstairs).

The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

5. The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum

7.4
1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA
History Museum · Midtown · 5 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Wonderful place to learn about the history of Atlanta's Jewish population. Be sure to check out our tours at Oakland focusing on Jewish residents buried here & one on the Leo Frank case. Read more.

Hurt Park is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

6. Hurt Park

5.4
Edgewood Avenue (Gilmer Street), Atlanta, GA
Park · Georgia State University · 3 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This park opened in 1940 & is named after banker & real estate developer Joel Hurt (funded by Woodruff Foundation). The fountain originally used 78 bulbs to produce a 20 minute water & light show. Read more.

Ellis Hotel is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

7. Ellis Hotel

5.9
176 Peachtree St NW (Ellis Street NE), Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Downtown Atlanta · 28 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Originally the Winecoff Hotel & first opened its doors in 1913. It is best known for a fire that occurred on Dec 7, 1946, in which 119 people died (deadliest in US history). Renamed the Ellis in 2007.

Ivy Hall is one of Rebecca's Saved Places.

8. Ivy Hall

7.0
179 Ponce de Leon Ave NE (Ponce de Leon Ave. and Piedmont Ave.), Atlanta, GA
History Museum · Midtown · 2 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Edward C. Peters, son of Richard Peters, built the house in 1883. The Peters family was instrumental in the building of Atlanta both before & after the Civil War. The family is buried in Oakland. Read more.