Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Druid Hills is one of the most successful and affluent residential communities in Atlanta. Its beautiful linear parks and wooded lots designed and laid out at the turn of the century by Frederick Law Olmsted, stands today near the center of Atlanta’s sprawling metropolitan area. The Druid Hills neighborhood is home to a large number of Atlanta’s historical and cultural landmarks, including Emory University, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, and Druid Hills Country Club.
Beginning in 1900, many of Atlanta’s wealthiest citizens chose to live in Druid Hills, hiring some of Atlanta’s most noted architects to design their homes. The result is an eclectic mix of architectural styles nestled into the curving topography of the neighborhood.