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Americus Presidential Pathways

Discover this small town with heart and history. Its attractions include the SAM Shortline Excursion Train, ca. 1892 Windsor Hotel, Habitat for Humanity's Global Village and Discovery Center, and ca. 1921 Rylander Theatre.
  • Wish You Were Here!

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  • Habitat for Humanity International Headquarters

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  • Habitat For Humanity Global Village & Discovery Center

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  • Sumter Historic Trust - Lee Council House

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  • SAM Shortline Excursion Train Conductors

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  • Carnegie Library - Downtown Americus

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  • Pythian Castle - Downtown Americus

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  • Windsor Hotel

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  • City Municipal Building

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Americus, an intimate town of 19,000 is rich in history and culture, offering a variety of social opportunities, including theaters, dining, sports activities and churches. The town also prides itself in education, as it is home to two institutions of higher learning: Georgia Southwestern University and South Georgia Technical College.

Americus is decorated with historical architectural design, rows of boutique shops and unique restaurants featuring anything from five-star cuisine to fantastic home-cooked traditional Southern fare. It embraces the small-town vibe where friends and neighbors wave hello and traffic is unheard of.

Attractions include the Andersonville National Historic Site, Brickyard PlantationĀ Golf Club & RV Park, Georgia Rural Telephone Museum, Habitat for Humanity/Global Village and Discovery Center, Plains Historic Inn & Antiques, Rylander Theatre, SAM Shortline Excursion Train, Thirteenth Colony Distilleries, and the historic Best Western plus Windsor Hotel.

Visitor Information Center

101 West Lamar Street
Americus, GA 31709

Visit Website

Phone: 229-928-6059

Americus Trip Ideas & Inspiration

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