Ruins of the 1884 Dungeness mansion on Cumberland Island
Headgates at the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area in Augusta
Strolling serene St. Simons Island Beach on St. Simons Island
Zip lining over the Chattahoochee River in Columbus
The oak-lined entrance to Wormsloe State Historic Site in Savannah
Wander North Georgia, a locally owned outdoor store in downtown Clayton
Watching new movies on 1940s screens at Jesup Drive-in Theatre in Jesup
Anna Ruby Falls in Chattahoochee National Forest in Helen
Historic Piedmont Park with the skyline of Atlanta in the background
Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center at Callaway Resort & Gardens in Pine Mountain
Visit Georgia and enjoy some of America's iconic destinations
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Places to Visit in Georgia
Walk down the cobblestone streets of Georgia’s first city in Savannah, a place filled with southern charm and one of the largest historic districts in the country. Disconnect from the world at Georgia’s Cumberland Island National Seashore which remains preserved in natural beauty with wild horses roaming its beaches.
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War - discover our more than 400 Civil War sites offering a wealth of battlefields, cemeteries, arsenals, museums, mansions and stories.
Georgia’s 47 state parks offer opportunities for outdoor adventure. Go rafting or kayaking on the Chattahoochee River in Columbus - the world’s longest urban whitewater course. Hike the Appalachian Trail that starts at Springer Mountain in the North Georgia Mountains.
Visit the filming locations that are now part of Georgia’s television and moviemaking history. Experience one of Georgia’s most recognizable icons “Gone With the Wind” along the Gone With the Wind Trail from Jonesboro to Marietta.
With all there is to see and do, you’ll want to make sure you explore Georgia.
Georgia is a go-to filming site for many popular movie and TV show locations, including Hopper’s Cabin in “Stranger Things,” a riverboat in “Ozark” and a museum in “Black Panther.”
With an ideal climate for growing several grape varieties, wineries in northern Georgia’s Wine Country are earning praise from critics and wine lovers alike.
Photo: Ralph Daniel
At its southern terminus in Georgia, the Appalachian Trail passes through its only manmade structure, the historic Walasi-Yi interpretive Center at Mountain Crossings in Blairsville.
Photo: Ralph Daniel