|Grant Park Conservancy|
The Grant Park Conservancy is a private non profit organization that works to restore, preserve, beautify and maintain Atlanta oldest public park. The 131.5 acre park is home to the Atlanta Cyclorama, Zoo Atlanta and a wonderful shaded urban park visited by over 2,000,000 each year. The park is wi...
|Barnsley Gardens Resort - English style village|
Situated on the grounds of Godfrey Barnsley's 19th Century estate, an English style village has been recreated with luxury country cottages set within picturesque streets. Once guests arrive, endless possibilities abound: a Jim Fazio designed golf course, a full service Spa, clay tennis courts, f...
This loop tour off of I-75 includes many attractions including the Andersonville National Historic Site, the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, the Aviation Museum, the International headquarters for Habitat for Humanity and more.
634 Prince Ave.
This Greek Revival home was built as a grand summer retreat and served as collegiate home of Henry W. Grady, who is credited with establishing the view of the New South after the Civil War. A National Historic Landmark, the architectural masterpiece is now a house museum. $3 per person.
|Classic City Tours - Athens|
280 E. Doughtery St.
Let a Classic City Tours historian guide you through historic Athens. 90-minute driving tours depart daily at 2 p.m. $15 per person, reservations required. Also, ask about our historic interiors tour of several house museums, and specialty tours for groups.
|Heartland of the Confederacy Civil War Trails|
300 N. Thomas St.
Over four-dozen sites in and around Athens reveal the many stories of the lives and legacies of the men and women who shaped the Confederacy. Visit the fascinating Crawford W. Long Medical Museum in Jefferson. Then head to Washington to experience a working plantation and hear the legend of the lo...
|The Wren's Nest|
1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, SW
The Wren's Nest is the Victorian home of journalist Joel Chandler Harris, recorder of the Br'er Rabbit stories. We offer daily tours, weekly storytelling performances, and outdoor event facilities.
50 Upper Alabama Street
Dining, Shopping, Entertainment and History! Experience it all at Underground Atlanta! Enjoy over 100 specialty shops and carts with unique mercahndise. Be sure to take our Guided History Tour and learn about the beginnings of this historic property. Also, check out Kenny's Alley with 6 bars/nightc...
|Rhodes Hall House Museum|
1516 Peachtree St. NW
Built in 1904, Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for generations. While it was originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, today it is a house museum and one of the most unique spots for social and corporate events. The upper floors of this "Rhineland castle on Peachtree...
|Atlanta History Center|
130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW
The History Center is located on 33 acres in the heart of Atlanta’s Buckhead district and includes: one of the Southeast’s largest history museums; a research library and archives that annually serves more than 10,000 patrons; two historic houses illustrating over a century of Atlanta’s history.
|Morris Museum of Art|
The Morris Museum of Art, the oldest museum in the country devoted to the art and artists of the South, is one of the region’s premier cultural institutions. Noted for its multifaceted permanent collection and a rich program of continuously changing special exhibitions, the Morris is dedicated to th...
|Augusta Canal Interpretive Center|
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400
Enjoy history, recreation, & wildlife-viewing along this 160- year-old National Landmark waterway. Augusta Canal boat tours depart from the Interpretive Center located in picturesque 19th Century Enterprise Mill. Outdoor activities include hiking and biking trails the towpath and New Bartram Trail,...
335 South Wall St.; P.O. Box 342
|Allatoona Lake & Visitor Center|
12,000-acre Corps of Engineers Lake with Visitor Center, hiking trails, boat ramps, campgrounds, and marinas.
|The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus|
1002 Victory Drive
Visit Port Columbus National Civil War Naval Museum, and discover the most pivotal period of naval history. Exhibits include the remains of two original Confederate Navy ships including the CSS Jackson, a 225-foot long ironclad ship, built in Columbus during the war. Also featured are full-scale re...
|Historic Columbus Foundation|
Escape into Columbus's past on HCF’s Heritage Corner. Come see our Trader’s Log Cabin c. early 1800’s, The Walker-Peters-Langdon House and Grounds c.1828, The Woodruff Farm House c.1840, The Pemberton House c.1840, and 700 Broadway c.1870.
|Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park|
This popular park features a military museum, aircraft and armored vehicles, as well as a golf course, lodge and conference center. Visitors can also enjoy camping, cottages, boating, swimming, fishing and a model airplane flying field.
|George T Babgy State Park|
This resort-style park on 48,000-acre Lake Walter F. George features a newly expanded lodge, restaurant, meeting facilities, and award-winning golf course with pro-shop. Visitors can also enjoy the marina, cottages, boat rental, swimming, hiking, tennis and picnicking.
|6th Cavalry Museum|
#2 Barnhardt Circle
Military museum for 6th U.S. Cavalry Association 1861 - present and 3rd Womens Army Corps.
|Beulah Rucker Museum|
2105 Athens Highway
Museum highlighting the efforts of Beulah Rucker to establish a school for African American children in Hall County, Georgia.
|Doc Holliday Museum|
209 N. 13th St.
Visit Doc Holliday's birthplace here in Griffin, Georgia. He lived here until he was 13 years old. The Doc Holliday museum honors "Griffin's most well known citizen". There are many misconceptions of Doc Holliday that the museum dispels. Guided tours are conducted personally by Doc Holliday's di...
Historic community listed on the National Register of Historic Districts.
|Madison-Morgan Convention & Visitors Bureau|
115 East Jefferson Street
Madison, Georgia. Travel Holiday Magazine's #1 Small Town in America and "the town Sherman refused to burn." Discover over 160 antique dealers, an eclectic mix of local shopping, ambient local dining and the true history that reflects our southern hospitality and culture.
|Fort Morris State Historic Site|
2559 Fort Morris Road
Historic site with museum and grounds describing the life of Sunbury, a revoluntionary port city that once rivaled Savannah.
|Magnolia Springs State Park|
Known for its crystal clear springs, scenic boardwalk and free freshwater aquarium, this park offers camping, cottages, a playground, swimming pool, picnic areas, 28-acre lake with boat rental, and 10 miles of hiking and biking trails. The clear, natural spring is home to alligators, turtles, ibis,...
|Fort McAllister State Park|
Home of the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy and the end of Gen. Sherman’s infamous “March to the Sea.” Combining beautiful coastal scenery with history, the park offers camping, boating on the Great Ogeechee River, saltwater fishing pier, picnicking, hiking and a Civil War...
|Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau|
11460 Hwy 144
Whether it is historic Fort McAllister or the impact Henry Ford had on the area, Richmond Hill is a pristine town located on the banks of the Ogeechee River and just minutes from Savannah.
|City of Ringgold|
150 Tennessee Street
The City of Ringgold, named after Major Samuel Ringgold who died fighting for his country in the Mexican War, is a town rich in history.
The first city burned by Sherman on his "March to the Sea", Ringgold boasts a historic depot built in 1849, site of major fighting.
|The Rock Campground and RV Park|
130 Forstyth Lake RD
RockStock is an annual charity event organized by The Rock Campground and RV park, and the RockStock committee. All proceeds this year (2006) will go to The Foster Parents Association. This is a free event to the public.
|GEECHEE GULLAH SALTWATA TOURS|
One Dukes Way
DAY TOURS OF BRYAN AND LIBERTY COUNTIES - Showcases lowcountry GEECHEE n' GULLAH sites - Henry Ford & the African American communities of Richmond Hill, GA., "Freedman Bureau - 40 Acres & A Mule Site", Dash Cookin' lunches, re-enactments & much more!
|Georgia Historical Society|
501 Whitaker St.
Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly in 1839, the Georgia Historical Society is a private, non-profit organization that serves as the historical society for the people of Georgia.
Headquartered in Savannah, Georgia's first city, the Society is the oldest cultural institution in the state and...
|Tom Watson Birthplace|
310 Tom Watson Way
This modest antebellum cottage illustrates life on a rural Georgia plantation before the Civil War.
|Tunnel Hill Heritage Center|
215 Clisby Austin Road
The heritage of Tunnel Hill is on display in this small community just 5 miles north of Dalton. Civil War, railroad, Native American, chenille displays and more reflect the unique history in this one location adjacent to the historic 1850 Western and Atlantic Railroad Tunnel, one of the sites along ...
|History Theatre, Inc.|
1403 2nd Avenue
History Theatre, where "old times here are not forgotten," researches, writes and presents plays about the heritage of Savannah, Georgia for local residents, history students and cultural heritage tourists. Drawing on the city’s rich and complex past, the theatre brings to light significant events a...
|Shopping in Warrenton|
Main Street and the Bypass
Experience Warrenton with its unique antique shops, gift shops, lawn & garden, floral designs, and interiors. The charming town has stores to fill ones basic needs as well as specialty shops to serve specific purposes.
|Oconee Farmers' Market|
26 North Main Street
Come and enjoy the Oconee Farmers, Market in front of the Eagle Tavern Museum in downtown Watkinsville, Georgia, and enjoy fresh produce and a taste of all that Oconee County offers. Saturday mornings through October.
|Waynesboro-Burke Co. Welcome Center|
Waynesboro is the Bird Dog Capital of the World--home to the annual Georgia Field Trials showcasing the intelligence and merit of sporting dogs. Burke County is rich in history and heritage, and is a haven for those interested in Georgia history and genealogy.
|Bryan-Lang Historical Library|
It is more important than ever before that the history of Camden County be preserved for the benefit of present and future residents of the area. Bryan-Lang Historical Library is doing this by bringing together a comprehensive collection of this county's past and present.