Things To Do In Georgia

Once host to the 1996 Summer Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park is an iconic destination in downtown Atlanta.

Centennial Olympic Park

Callaway Resort & Gardens

No matter the time of year, there's something to see at Callaway Gardens. Located about 40 miles north of Columbus in Pine Mountain.

History buffs won't want to miss the Andersonville National Historic Site. Situated about 60 miles east of Columbus in Andersonville

Andersonville National Historic Site

Explore the village of Helen

If you're seeking a Georgia getaway with lots of charm, look no further than the replica Bavarian village of Helen. 

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Atlanta's 42,000-square-foot National Center for Civil and Human Rights is conveniently located across from Centennial Olympic Park.

Stone Mountain Park

At more than 3,200 acres, Stone Mountain Park, the most-visited attraction in Georgia, offers fun for visitors of all ages

The Georgia Aquarium is yet another gem nestled across from Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta.

Georgia Aquarium

It's no surprise that Savannah, one of the oldest U.S. cities – and perhaps one of the most haunted – is a traveler favorite on any trip to Georgia.

Stroll through Savannah

Learn the history behind one of the world's most beloved drinks at World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta.

World of Coca-Cola

Georgia has its own wine region, the northern part of the Peach State is home to acclaimed wineries like Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery

Sip vino in north Georgia's wine country

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