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Grant Park loop visits the 1880s-era green space that was the centerpiece of wealthy homes in a development of the same name. The park also houses Zoo Atlanta, which features animals living in near-native habitat. More than 2 million people visit Grant Park on a yearly basis to see world-class Zoo from trails.com
The Grant Park neighborhood was named for Lemuel P. (L.P.) Grant, a civil engineer for the Georgia Railroad who has been called the "Father of Atlanta." Grant Park, as a neighborhood, began to be populated in the 1890's. Craftsmen built many of the architecturally distinctive homes you see today. T from famplosion.com
Named for Col. Lemuel P. Grant (1817-1893), pioneer railroad builder and public-spirited citizen of Atlanta, who donated to the city 87.5 of this area for a park May 17, 1883. An additional 44 acres acquired by purchase from Col. Grant, increased it to 131.5 acres April 4, 1890. Grant Park has the from hmdb.org