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Wren's Nest House Museum

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1050 Ralph David Abernathy SW, Atlanta, GA 30310.

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04/21/13
Kristin B.
Need a place to take your history-buff/book lover Atlanta visitor who frankly my dear couldn't give a d*mn about Ms. Scarlett? Then I highly recommend this...

12/04/10
Heather N.
I loved the Brer Rabbit stories as a child-it was great to hear them again, and learn about the ties to traditional African stories, and author Joel...

02/06/11
John E.
The Wren's Nest House is a rather unique opportunity to experience how affluent people lived around the turn of the century, learn about an Atlanta "native"...
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04/19/10
HISTORY
This was the home of Joel Chandler Harris, author of Uncle Remus stories, from 1881 until 1908. The museum opened in 1913, Harris' room is almost completely untouched to this day aside from cleaning.
12/12/10
Oakland Cemetery
Disney's Song of the South had its world premiere at the Fox Theatre in 1946. Joel's son Julian (& his wife Julia), pulitzer prize winning journalists, reside in the Rawson mausoleum at Oakland.
04/20/14
Jacque Carter
Aweson music was great
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rating 4.9 out of 5
02/06/14
shawn okeefe
I went there, when I was in elementary school. That was in the mid 90's. My great Grandmother use to tell me the stories of Uncle Remus, and Brer Rabbit. It's been over ten years since I've been to The Wren's House. I'd love to go back and show my daughter.
02/12/13
Lindy Attinello
Sweet find! Young at heart will enjoy storyteller. Home filled with beautiful antiques. Staff very friendly.
12/31/10
Joe Strike
The five-star rating is definitely true. Not just as a location that's worth visiting (it is), but when you learn more about the positive community impact that are making through various programs and involvement. The relatively young, very enthusiastic staff make this place an interesting juxtaposit....
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