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Stone Mountain Park Antebellum Plantation
1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd 2200 Scarlett Walk Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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2 reviews
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The weather was Not cold, but not warm.. I wore Skinny jeans, boots, and a light sweater..
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"A Tour of Southern Ghosts"
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4.6 average rating
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3 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 25 2013

The tour itself was wonderful! However, I have complaint for Goldstar. No where in the process where we told that there would be a $10.00 entrance fee to the park. Since we already had purchased the tickets, we had to pay in order to attend the...continued

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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 18 2015

All of the stories were wonderful! The acting and delivery top-notch! I will probably come back to hear a different group next weekend.

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The tour takes place in the Stone Mountain Park’s Antebellum Plantation. Upon entering the park, you will be given a driving map, which will direct you to the plantation.

This is a walking tour, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.

The majority of the tour is outdoors, so please dress accordingly.

Friday and Saturday tours run from 7:00pm and end at 9:30pm. Thursday and Sunday tours run from 7:00pm and end at 9:00pm. A different tour begins every 10 minutes between these hours, and each tour lasts 45 minutes.

About the Ticket Supplier: ART Station

The mission of the ART Station Theatre Company is to present and to produce excellent theatre productions that inspire, engage, challenge and celebrate the art form of theatre from new unpublished plays to the classics. Often the plays celebrate the Southern experience and are dedicated to social change in our contemporary society.

The educational programs of the theatre support up-coming generations of theatre artists and audiences and provide learning opportunities to the diverse community in which the organization operates.