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Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours: Westview Cemetery
Sep 16 2018 | 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours: Westview Cemetery

Experience History at its Source!

Explore one of Atlanta’s oldest cemeteries with local historian and author, Jeff Clemmons, whose current book Atlanta's Historic Westview Cemetery is now available for purchase online. Opened in 1884 with nearly six hundred acres of land, Westview Cemetery was designed to be the premier cemetery of the Southeast.

View the entire Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours lineup here. 

Where
Meet at Westview Cemetery, 1680 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Schedule
10-10:30am: Welcome and nosh
10:30-11:30: Tour
Price
FREE for members
$10* for Non-Members
Parking: Park in the lot by the main office off of Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard SW. The tour will begin by the Gatehouse (large building with a belltower).

Note: There are no public restrooms on-site. Please take this into consideration when visiting. 


*Additional fees apply

 

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