Druid Hills Historic District is a historic district in Druid Hills (partly a neighborhood of Atlanta and partly unincorporated), designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and later by his sons, the Olmsted Brothers. Druid Hills was Atlanta's second major suburb, after Inman Park, and as one of Olmsted's major works, had a significant influence on future suburban development.
The Druid Hills Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. It incorporates the earlier Druid Hills Parks and Parkways Historic District that was listed on the National Register in 1975.
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