The Wren's Nest Temporary Closure

Due to health and safety concerns about the coronavirus, The Wren's Nest is temporarily closed until further notice.

  • Welcome to The Wren's Nest

    Welcome to
    The Wren's Nest

    Home of Joel Chandler Harris, Uncle Remus, and Brer Rabbit.

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  • Ghost-Hunting at The Wren's Nest

    Ghost-Hunting
    at The Wren's Nest

    Ghost-hunting is back! Join SIPR on a ghost-hunting adventure… but from the comfort of your home!

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  • Online Book Talks

    Online Book Talks

    The Wren’s Nest’s book talks with local authors go virtual!

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  • News from The Wren's Nest

    News from
    The Wren's Nest

    Get the latest updates about what’s happening at The Wren’s Nest!

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  • Virtual StorytellingNow Available

    Virtual Storytelling
    Now Available

    Enjoy virtual performances from our professional storytellers.

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  • Brer Rabbit Gallery

    Brer Rabbit Gallery

    Explore a virtual art gallery featuring Brer Rabbit!

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  • First Guided Virtual Tour

    First Guided
    Virtual Tour

    Explore The Wrens Nest from the comfort of your own home!

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  • Harris Family Tree Educational Interactive

    Harris Family Tree
    Educational Interactive

    Find out more about all the members of the Harris family in this new educational interactive!

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  • Support The Wren's Nest

    Support The Wren's Nest

    Support The Wren’s Nest in its mission to celebrate the timeless legacy of the Brer Rabbit tales and promote storytelling in all its forms!

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About Us

By preserving the legacy of Joel Chandler Harris and the heritage of African American folklore through storytelling, tours and student publishing, the Wren’s Nest serves as an educational resource for the community, the greater Atlanta area and visitors from around the globe.

Help Support the History & the Stories

The Wren's Nest has been a landmark in the West End for the past 100 years. We have seen a lot of change.

In 2017 the board ratified a new strategic plan. It is our goal to increase educational programming and community events over the next five years. We cannot do this alone. It takes support from the community, and the invaluable partnership with local organizations to make this possible.

Today's staff and board of directors plans to keep The Wren's Nest relevant by adapting to and supporting our community and their needs, whether its 1918, 2018, or 3018.

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