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The BATL website is currently under construction, however our upcoming events are listed below, we look forward to seeing you soon!

BATL offers tours throughout the year, typically the second Saturday of every month. Sign up below, spaces are limited!!!

The Battle of Atlanta tour for May
will be on the Saturday, May 21 and will begin at 10am in the East Atlanta Village at Joes Coffee shop. The tour is an easy walk that takes about an hour and a half. Tourists will stroll along the front-lines of the historic battle and visit areas behind and in front of the lines where troops were on the move on July 22, 1864. They will hear stories of the men who fought in this historic battle that changed the course of US history. Advance tickets are required and can be purchased until May 20 at www.batlevent.org. The BATL organization will be offering various tours one a month throughout 2016. The June tour will be posted on the website soon. Money raised from the tours will be used to restore Atlantas only two battlefield monuments.

Coming Soon for June, the Frontlines Walking Tour , an offshoot of our original and "staple" tour offering, The Front Lines Walking Tour travels along the front lines and to other focal points in historic East Atlanta, providing a comprehensive yet localized view of the Battle along  its most contested land. Attendees will hear the human stories of the battle as well as get a sense of the troop movements from our trained tour guide. Many find it particularly interesting when looking at the East Atlanta today as the historic ground continues to change. Please note that these tours last approx. 1hr 30min.  The tour departs from the Dragon sculpture next to the Argosy Pub on Flat Shoals Avenue SE.


BATL's Mission
BATL seeks to connect residents and visitors to Southeast Atlantas past; and promote learning through cultural tourism. The BATL event is a showcase for the diverse contributions of Atlantans to our communities since the Civil War, and highlights the roles of African Americans and women.

BATL also supports the implementation of a multi-purpose, interpretive trail connecting the neighborhoods of East Atlanta and Kirkwood.

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