Huffman Athletic Center Huffman Athletic Center
The oldest building on campus, and one of the oldest structures in Northwest Georgia, this house was built in 1832 by Major Philip Walker Hemphill, one of the founders of Rome. According to legend, Rome was conceived of and named in the parlor of this house. Since 1923, the house has been occupied by the presidents of Darlington. The house was thoroughly restored in 2000.
A.J. Huffman Athletic Center Event Parking Softball Field Chris Hunter Stadium Football Practice Field Tennis Courts Neville Soccer Fields Baseball Field Lacrosse Field Charles Hight Gate Foot Bridge Middle School Athletic Field Athletic Director's House Green House Middle School Pavilion Home-on-the-Hill Bell Tower Silver Lake Middle School Cunningham House Trippeer Arch and Courtyard Persons Hall Thornwood House Regester House Morris Chapel South Hall Kawamura Science Center McCallie-Kennedy Library Porter Hall Dodd Dining Hall Zelle Fine Arts Center and Patio Brock Ampitheater Student Life Center Wilcox Hall Sydenham Hall French House Scott House Yankee Guest House Gymnasium Guard House Not a Clickable area