The Georgia Governor’s Mansion, a three-floor, 30-room, Greek Revival style home built in 1967, stands on approximately 18 acres in northeast Atlanta and is now home to Governor Brian Kemp and his family. It was designed by Georgia architect A. Thomas Bradbury and officially opened on January 1, 1968. This interactive, 3D virtual tour will allow you to explore the rooms in the mansion and learn about the historic collection of artifacts. To learn more about an artifact, simply click or touch the hotspots located throughout the tour. For more information about the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, go to https://gov.georgia.gov/governors-mansion.
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