Open House Atlanta
21-22 October 2017

Taking place October 21 and 22, the inaugural Open House Atlanta festival will offer free public access to more than 40 buildings in Atlanta, Georgia, helping foster conversation about the city’s rich architectural history and diverse culture.

For just one weekend, attendees are invited into places of worship, hotels, museums and office buildings, many spaces that rarely open to the public. Visitors can explore new and historic buildings, learn their histories and gain a better understanding of how architecture sustains the bustling town as a unique place to work and play.

Open House Atlanta is curated by AIA Atlanta (the Atlanta Chapter of the American Institute of Architects), Central Atlanta Progress and Midtown Alliance. Metro Atlanta has more than 5.8 million residents and is the business and entertainment capital of southeast United States.


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