Golf Cart Shuttle Routes

Here are maps for our golf cart routes! Due to the construction on near the school, we do NOT advise walking if you park there. Please text CART to 404-491-7724 with the number of people in your party and we will send a golf cart (or 2). This only applies […]

2021 Tour Map

Here is the tour map that is in the center of your ticket books so you can plan your parking an how you wish to see the homes. If you have not picked up your tickets yet, you can pick them up Friday, until 3:30 at the Old Jail, Stop […]

Tickets are HERE!

We are so excited the tickets are here! You can PURCHASE or PICK UP pre purchased tickets at the the Acworth Cultural Arts Center at the Old Jail (4367 Center Street), next to Center Street Tavern and behind Fusco’s Via Roma during the following times: -Wednesday, November 3: 9am-12pm & […]

Acworth Christian Church (c. 1858)

(Acworth Christian Church Congregation) In 1858, Acworth had been established as a watering stop for the Western and Atlantic Railroad, but would not be incorporated until 1860.  That year, Nathan Smith, an established evangelist, founded the Acworth Christian Church, which originally was located on Mitchell Hill. Smith was one of […]

McConnell House ~ Art House (c. 1902)

(Acworth Arts Alliance) The McConnell house is thought to have been built in 1902-1903. The original owner, Jeff McConnell, did not  have a formal education, but was able to read, write and manage several businesses in the Acworth area.  His most successful business was a shoe repair, which started in […]

Winnie B. Chastain Awtrey House (c. 1880)

(Pat Cory) This is our second Charm Debut this year, and it’s yet another charming home. Built in the 1880s, this Victorian house sits across the street from the Old Mill on Southside Drive. It features five fireplaces, an old-fashioned parlor, den and dining area, pristine hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings, […]

Cherokee Sponsor: Picnic Market & Mercantile

Each of our Cherokee Sponsors is an independently owned & run Cobb County small business. Please support each of them along with our other local businesses as much as you possibly can. <3 Meet our 3rd Cherokee Level Sponsor, Picnic Market and Mercantile. Danielle and Tyler first had the idea […]

Jesse L. Lemon House (c. 1880)

(Serendipity House ~ Darlene Knight) Jesse L. Lemon was the son of banker Smith Lemon, who was born to James Lemon and his wife Mary. James was a War of 1812 veteran and state representative in DeKalb County.  They moved to Cobb County in 1843, and then to Acworth in […]

Carrie Dyer House (c. 1851)

(Linda & Wes Hardwick) This is our first Charm Debut this year, and what a stellar one it is! This is a true antebellum home. There are two homes nearby of the same style and architecture. One of the homes is where William Tecumseh Sherman strayed during the Civil War. The six-over-six windows were […]