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Fairburn, Georgia - The Georgia Renaissance Festival - See You April 14 -June 3, 2018
Sat. & Sun. 10:30am - 6pm

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The Georgia Renaissance Festival 

The Georgia Renaissance Festival is an interactive art and entertainment festival held each spring combining outdoor theater, circus-style entertainment, and an arts and crafts marketplace, all set inside a recreated 16th-Century European village. READ MORE

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Atlanta, Georgia - The Atlanta Zoo

The Atlanta Zoo

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The Atlanta Zoo is one of Georgia's most beloved attractions. This huge, modern zoo is now housing more than 1,500 animals from 220 species, including gorillas & pandas.

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or Call: 404.624.5600

Atlanta, Georgia - The Fabulous Fox Theatre

 The Fabulous Fox Theatre

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  The “Fabulous Fox” is a National Historic Landmark in Atlanta. For visitors curious about the colorful history of the unforgettable Fox, or just itching for a close-up look at the beautiful building, the Fox is pleased to offer  tours of the theatre. These 60-minute tours are guided by dedicated Fox employees who relish the opportunity to provide intimate firsthand details about the theatre’s remarkable story, and give guests an unprecedented look at Atlanta’s favorite theatre.

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or Call: 404-881-2100

Atlanta, Georgia - Georgia Aquarium

 Georgia Aquarium

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The world’s most magical aquarium, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium in more than ten million gallons of water. Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, the Aquarium tells a global water story, with features modeled after the greatest zoos and aquariums in the world. Each majestic exhibit is designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

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or Call: 404-581-4000

Atlanta, Georgia - Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
Margaret Mitchell House 

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and operated by the Atlanta History Center, the Margaret Mitchell House is a turn-of-the century, three-story, Tudor Revival building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote her Pulitzer-Prize winning novel, Gone With the Wind.

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or Call: 404-249-7015.

Atlanta, Georgia - The Varsity
 The Varsity

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  The Varsity! The World's Largest Drive-in Restaurant. We have been serving customers here in Atlanta since 1928. People from all over the world come to experience The Varsity because there is nothing like it anywhere!

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or Call: 404-881-1706

Blairsville, Georgia - Brasstown Bald

Brasstown Bald Observation Tower

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  Brasstown Bald is Georgia’s highest peak at 4,784 feet, with panoramic views, hiking trails and wildflowers galore.

The pristine wilderness from which Brasstown Bald rises is in and of itself unique. Below the peak to the north and east is a "cloud forest," the only one in Georgia. This environmentally sensitive slope features lichen covered yellow birch and spectacular wildflower displays. The area is usually dripping wet from the moisture in the clouds that give this forest its name. A boulderfield typical of a cloud forest is nearby, but be cautious--the rocks are slippery. Here in the shadow of Brasstown Bald is the southernmost habitat of many northern species and home to many animals that populate the forests of Georgia including the brown bear. Off hour visitors often report bear sightings in the park itself. Throughout the area varieties of oak dominate with willow, ash and occasionally beech and sugar maple. This natural mix makes for an truly marvelous fall view.

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or Call: 706-896-2556

Blue Ridge, Georgia - Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

 Scenic Railway Blue Ridge Georgia

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  Our regular 4 hour, 26 mile round trip winds along the beautiful Toccoa River for 1 hour in vintage climate-controlled or open-air rail cars.

The relaxing ride starts at the historic depot, built in 1905 in downtown Blue Ridge, then stops for a layover in the quaint sister towns of McCaysville, Georgia and Copperhill, Tennessee.

Copperhill/McCaysville is one town with two names because it is split by the GA/TN State Line. Here visitors have a 2 hour layover; plenty of time to eat lunch, shop for unique crafts and antiques, snack on ice cream, visit the model railroad layout, or walk across the old bridge in town to view the river. Then, reboard the train for the one hour return trip.

At the end of the trip, our engineers have been hosting tours of the engine as long as the weather is nice enough. The steps are tall, but children of all ages manage to climb up for a look.

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or Call: 877-413- TRAIN (8724)

Cartersville, Georgia - Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site

Etowah Indian Mounds

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Home to several thousand Native Americans from 1000 A.D. to 1550 A.D., this 54-acre site protects six earthen mounds, a plaza, village site, borrow pits and defensive ditch. Etowah Mounds is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeast. Artifacts in the museum show how natives of this political and religious center decorated themselves with shell beads, paint, complicated hairdos, feathers and copper ear ornaments. Hand-carved stone effigies weighing 125 pounds still bear some original pigments. Objects made of wood, seashells and stone are also displayed.

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Dahlonega, Georgia - Chattahoochee National Forest

Chattahoochee National Forest

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Anna Ruby Falls

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If you're into the great outdoors, you've come to the right place. The Chattahoochee National Forest is a great place to have fun and adventure doing the things you love to do such as: hunting and fishing; hiking, biking, and horseback riding; swimming, canoeing, and kayaking; nature study, photography, and viewing great scenery.

Georgia's national forests are said to be a hiker's paradise. Winding trails lead visitors through scenic mountains and rolling hills, by wild rushing rivers and cascading waterfalls. They also lead visitors through the history books: Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto's futile search for gold, the United States' first frenzied gold rush. The Cherokee Indians' struggle to hold on to heir lands, and major battles of the Civil War.

Ten wildernesses, 1,367 miles of trout streams, and 430 miles of trails enrich the Chattahoochee National Forest. The famous 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail begins here and hardy hikers don't see the end until they reach Maine!

Spectacular Anna Ruby Falls lies in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The quiet coolness of the area is broken only by the thundering rush of water flowing over the rugged cliff face. Anna Ruby Falls marks the junction of Curtis and York Creeks. Both creeks begin on Tray Mountain and are fed by underground springs, rain, and snow. Curtis Creek drops 153 feet and York Creek 50 feet to form the twin waterfalls known as Anna Ruby Falls. From the falls, Smith Creek tumbles downhill to Unicoi Lake and then to the Chattahoochee River. It's journey continues south, eventually joining the Applachicola River in Florida and ending its 550-mile journey in the Gulf of Mexico. A paved 0.4-mile footpath leads from the parking lot to the base of the falls. Walking is easy to moderate and will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Benches are provided along the way. Walking shoes are recommended since the trail can be wet and slippery.

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Lookout Mountain, Georgia - See Rock City

 See Rock City

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  Located atop Lookout Mountain in Georgia, just six miles from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, Rock City Gardens is an enchanted, 4,100-foot walking trail showcasing soaring rock formations, caves, and lush gardens. Nearly a half million people from all over the world visit this natural attraction each year.

In December Visit:
Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights
Anannual award winning holiday light extravaganza! For the holiday season, Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights is a family tradition. This light extravaganza features more than 30 holiday scenes and LED lights that transforms the gardens' natural daytime splendor into a fantasyland. Enjoy gingerbread cookie decorating, hot cocoa and nightly entertainment.

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or Call: 706-820-2531

Tallulah Falls, Georgia - Tallulah Gorge State Park

Tullulah Gorge

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  One of the most spectacular canyons in the eastern U.S., Tallulah Gorge is two miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. Visitors can hike rim trails to several overlooks, or they can obtain a permit to hike to the gorge floor (100 per day, not available during water releases). A suspension bridge sways 80 feet above the rocky bottom, providing spectacular views of the river and waterfalls. Tightrope walkers have twice crossed the gorge, and visitors can still see towers used by Karl Wallenda. A paved path follows an on old railroad bed, perfect for strollers and bicycles, while mountain bikers can test their skills on a challenging 10-mile trail.

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or Call:  706-754-7981


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