One of Atlanta’s Most Meaningful Hidden Gems
The Gardens, originally created for Cator Woolford, one of the principle founders of Retail Credit Company (now Equifax, Inc.), were redesigned in 1996 as a series of outdoor “rooms," and were updated again in 2017 by artist/gardener/designer Cooper Sanchez.
Your guests will easily imagine themselves in a time gone by in this unique Southern oasis so convenient to the heart of the city. The Italian-styled pavilion accompanied by an elegant 30’ x 45’ white tent creates a truly enchanting and unique setting for any event—corporate retreat, conference, fundraiser, movie shoot, or wedding. In addition, with our 3,000 square foot indoor Atrium featuring vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows as part of the Gardens rental, only your imagination limits the type of event the Gardens can accommodate.
While a source of enjoyment for the community, the Gardens are an important source of revenue for the Frazer Center, a non-profit organization. For seventy years, the Frazer Center has provided exceptional inclusion services to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with and without disabilities, and to adults with developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Down syndrome, sickle cell anemia, autism spectrum disorders, and other genetic disorders.
Discover this “hidden gem” for yourself!