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Georgia

Antebellum Inn, Milledgeville
Antebellum Inn, Milledgeville
  • Antebellum Inn, Milledgeville
  • Streets of  Savannah
  • Chickamauga National Battlefield Park, Chickamauga
  • CNN - World Headquarters, Atlanta
  • FDR's Little White House, Warm Springs
  • Golf in Georgia
  • Gone with the Wind - Road to Tara Museum, Jonesboro
  • Tree Flight ECO-Zip Line Canopy, Banning Mills
  • Historic Homes, Savannah
  • St. Simons Island Lighthouse
  • Marietta Square, Marietta
  • Piedmont Park, Atlanta
  • Providence Canyon State Park, Lumpkin
  • White Water Rafting, Chattooga River
  • Riverstreet, Savannah
  • Georgia's Sandy Coast
  • Downtown Atlanta
  • Atlanta Skyline
  • The Sky Lift at Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta
  • Stone Mountain Park, Atlanta
  • Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum, Cartersville
  • Tiger Mountain Vineyards
  • World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta
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Macon
Mostly Cloudy 70°F
Wind SW 6mph
April 21, 2014
Atlanta
Light Rain 69°F
Wind S 17mph
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Savannah
Partly Cloudy 71°F
Wind S 6mph
 

From Georgia’s energetic and lively cities to the relaxing coastline and breathtaking mountain scenery, Georgia boasts rich and unique experiences that are unparalleled.

Within the city limits of Atlanta’s spectacular skyline, see the world’s largest aquarium, follow in the footsteps of one of the country’s most notable civil rights leaders, or stroll through collections of art from around the world.

Georgia’s borders encompass one of the country’s most diverse and beautiful landscapes offering a variety of eco-friendly outdoor adventures and activities. Georgia’s Coast stretches approximately 160 kilometres between the Savannah and St. Marys Rivers. Wander isolated beaches, tranquil marshes and cobblestone streets. The north Georgia mountains offer an outdoor retreat, with its foothills and mountains serving as the gateway to the Appalachian Mountains and the birthplace of the Chattahoochee River.

Georgia’s historic sites span the breadth of American history from colonial coastal forts, to major civil war battlefields and civil rights locations.  Scenic driving trails tie visitors to Georgia’s past, guiding them through colorful countrysides and picturesque main streets. Georgia has a thriving arts and cultural scene with interactive museums, unique galleries and a rich musical history.

From the extreme to the tranquil, Georgia offers something for every visitor.

Georgia Dept. of Economic Development
75 Fifth Street, N.W. Suite 1200

Atlanta , GA 30308
(404) 962-4000

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