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Gordon-Lee Mansion

217 Cove Rd, Chickamauga, GA 30707-1408
+1 800-487-4728
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A Must See !!

Preserved to present the past to all future generations. Furnished with period antiques and... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2017
Debbie Z
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Chickamauga, Georgia
Candle light tour in December

The inside was open for candlelight tours around Christmas . Very interesting . A lot of... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2017
csmith2017
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Chickamauga, Georgia
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18 Jan 2017
“A Must See !!”
15 Jan 2017
“Candle light tour in December”
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217 Cove Rd, Chickamauga, GA 30707-1408
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Reviewed 18 January 2017

Preserved to present the past to all future generations. Furnished with period antiques and artifacts, along with excellent history of civil war history for this region. All admission fees go to the preservation of the mansion and its rich historical content. The Christmas candlelight tours...More

Thank Debbie Z
Reviewed 15 January 2017

The inside was open for candlelight tours around Christmas . Very interesting . A lot of interesting furniture and some local history. Not as big as the mansions in Natchez but worth seeing.

Thank csmith2017
Reviewed 26 July 2016

The tour and facts provided concerning the use of this house during the Civil War is very interesting. Beautiful old house.

Thank anneC2367XZ
Reviewed 2 October 2015

Even on an extremely rainy day the house and surrounding grounds are so beautiful. I was so disappointed that the hours for touring the inside of the home is only on limited hours and days. Nonetheless, the grounds and exterior are worth the drive, and...More

Thank Patty L
Reviewed 7 September 2015 via mobile

History of the most important part of the Civil War. Where the native Chickamauga Georgia, Chattanooga families gathered to form their troops. The home and grounds are spectacular.

1  Thank Debbie J
Reviewed 12 August 2015

self guided tour on Saturday afternoon was nice, but wished someone had been there to give us a little tour and background information about the place. It has a lot of history to the area and the Civil War and needs to be preserved.

1  Thank YorkForrester
Reviewed 27 July 2015 via mobile

This attraction is very close to the Ckickamauga National Military Park and well worth a visit. Lovely grounds & a beautiful house with a wonderful story !!

1  Thank wabjr705
Reviewed 4 June 2015

History at its best! The mansion is just one of the many historical things to do in Chickamauga, Georgia.

1  Thank GarySandy2015
Reviewed 22 August 2014

This mansion is open for tours between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Had a chance to tour last Saturday, and found this circa 1847 house to be full of interesting items. This felt more like a home, than being full of museum quality furnishings, and...More

1  Thank ATL_Travel_Guy
Reviewed 27 December 2012

My fiance took me here on a date once and it was absolutely beautiful! There is a lot of rich history in this area! Also it's a great place to have a beautiful wedding!

Thank AlexandraReid
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