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Glover Park

In the Heart of Marietta Square

Located within the heart of Historic Marietta Square, Glover Park is a public park where visitors can relax and unwind amidst its serene surroundings.  Glover Park’s allure is undeniably its scenic beauty. The park features lush greenery, majestic trees, and well-maintained pathways that invite you to take a leisurely stroll or find a quiet bench to enjoy a moment of relaxation. The well-kept gardens and seasonal floral displays add bursts of color and fragrance.

Community Gathering Place

Beyond its natural beauty, Glover Park hosts a variety of events that appeal to all ages. From concerts and outdoor movies to festivals and seasonal celebrations, the park is a hub of activity. The Marietta Square Art Walks and the annual Taste of Marietta are just a couple of the events that draw crowds eager to enjoy good food, music, and fun.

Historical Significance

The park was used as a hospital during the Civil War, and contains several markers and memorials that pay homage to the city’s past.

Family-Friendly Amenities

Glover Park is thoughtfully equipped with family-friendly amenities (including public restrooms behind the gazebo stage), making it an ideal destination for all generations. Children can delight in the playground, and families often gather for picnics on the well-maintained lawns. The park’s open spaces are perfect for both active play and moments of relaxation.

Plan a visit to Glover Park and discover the enchanting allure of this idyllic urban oasis at the heart of Marietta Square.

Glover Park and Historic Marietta Square
50 Park Square
Marietta, GA 30060

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Glover Park, Marietta Square
Glover Park, Marietta Square


Created by Robinson Iron, the fountain in Marietta Square is 13 feet tall and weighs 3,500 lbs. The top bowl is 2’4″ in diameter, the middle bowl is 4′, and the bottom bowl is 7′ wide. The fountain and surrounding base hold about 350 gallons of water.


Marietta Square Bell
This Liberty Bell was a gift to the citizens of Marietta and Cobb County by the Marietta Jaycees on July 4, 1976. It was presented as part of the Bicentennial Celebration and is an exact duplicate of the original Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, manufactured by the same foundry in England.