Buckhead Heritage strives to enhance the quality of life in Buckhead by identifying, preserving, and promoting its historic resources.
We endeavor to foster a conscious respect within the community for its rich and diverse history, ensuring that Buckhead's historic resources are accommodated in future growth and secured for the benefit of the community.
Buckhead Heritage Society
News & Events
The Randolph-Lucas House was successfully relocated Friday, November 8th, 2013 to Ansley Park. For more information, visit our Randolph-Lucas House page.
Buckhead Heritage is developing an Interpretive Master Plan for Buckhead. To learn more, click here.
The Fulton County Almshouse (now the Galloway School) was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in February. To learn about the history of the building, visit our Historic Buildings Page.
March 22: Tours of Sardis Church and Cemetery
As a BHS Member, you’ll receive our annual newsletter, be invited to special educational events, receive recognition in our publications, and most importantly, be a supporter of identifying, preserving, and promoting the historical resources of Buckhead!