Visit Iconic Destinations In Georgia

Lively and energetic cities, breathtaking scenery of the mountains and relaxing coastlines offer unique and rich experiences which are only found in Georgia. Under the stunning skyline of Atlanta you can visit the largest aquarium or view the largest collection of Coke memorabilia across the globe at the World of Coca-Cola.

When walking down cobblestone streets in Savannah the first city in Georgia, you will experience a city filled with southern charm. Break away from the hustle and bustle at the Cumberland Island National Seashore that remains preserved in its natural beauty along with wild horses that still roam the beaches.

The 47 state parks in Georgia offer plenty of opportunities when it comes to outdoor adventures. If you are an outdoor enthusiast you can go kayaking or rafting along the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, which is recognized as the longest Urban Whitewater course in the world. Other opportunities include hiking the Appalachian Trail which begins at Springer Mountain in the North Georgia Mountains.

Stone Mountain Park

Here you are able to climb the mountain to view the biggest bas-relief sculpture in the world of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee. You can also stay and enjoy the beautiful laser show.

World Of Coca-Cola

Here you can view the largest memorabilia collection of coca-cola products. This museum represents the history behind this soft-drink company which was first founded in the year 1886. You can also sample beverages and take a tour of the bottling-plant.

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library And Museum

This museum based in Freedom Park offers memorabilia, photos and exhibits of the 39th U.S. president’s career and life. Further to the south in the Plains make sure you pay a visit to Jimmy Carter Historic Site along with his home as a child.

Savannah Historic District

Admire the parks and gardens or walk along the cobblestones streets and enjoy the cultural events where you are able to understand why this circa-1733 grid plan along with the 18th and 19th century architecture elevated this area to a National Historic Landmark status.

Margaret Mitchell House

Here is the place where you can visit the location where the author wrote “Gone with the Wind”, an epic novel which went onto win a Pulitzer Prize as well as finding out what Atlanta was like in the 1920s. You can also take part in a guided tour which includes the movie exhibit.