List of Attractions
Below is a list of attractions you will find nearby. Please note that if you click on a link you will be taken to a new website.
Is a recreation of an Alpine Village, complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world towers. Helen has more than 200 specialty and import shops and restaurants for you to explore. Visitors can also enjoy river tubing, horseback riding, golf, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking or hiking to one of the many majestic waterfalls close by. Helen hosts one of the nation's largest Oktoberfest celebrations each year.
Atlanta's White Water Park
Georgia's Capital of water thrills and one of the top 10 water parks in the nation!
Carter Presidential Library
The World of Coca Cola
Built in response to popular demand, this museum has the largest collection of Coca Cola memorabilia in existence. The three story pavilion also contains fanciful exhibits and traces the beverage's development from an 1886 Atlanta drugstore concoction to the worldwide phonomenon. Highlights include a tour of Coke's world via large screen, hi-def television and a futuristic soda fountain that wows visitors as it shoots 20-foot streams of Coke into their cups.
A 45-minute CNN Studio Tour offers a unique view of news production from a specially constructed, glass enclosed overhead walkway.
The Fox Theatre
Originally a mosque, was designed in the 1920s. It is an elaborate theater hosting big broadway productions as well as classic films in the summers.
Georgia Museum of Agriculture & Historic Village
The State's Living History Museum, consists of four distinct areas: a traditional farm community of the 1870's, a progressive farmstead of the 1890's, an industrial sites complex, and a rural town. Over 35 structures have been relocated to the 95-acre site and faithfully restored or preserved as they appeared at the turn of the century.
Home of the Falcons.
Georgia On My Mind
Official home page of Georgia Tourism.
Kennesaw Civil War Museum
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
The Okefenokee Swamp
This 438,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge is the largest and most ecologically intact of its kind in America. It is easily accessed from three Georgia cities. Explore the swamp in rental canoes or take a guided boat tour.
Six Flags Over Georgia
Stone Mountain Park
A green oasis where families and friends can enjoy the great outdoors. Ride the Summit Skyride, see the Lasershow, ride the Scenic Railroad, play mini-golf, cruise on the Paddlewheel Riverboat, experience a movie at the 4D Theatre, and enjoy many other attractions.
Home of the Atlanta Braves.
Home to nearly 1,000 animals kept in settings very close to their natural habitats - a treat for the whole family.