Bremen Historic High Country

Bremen is the place to stay while exploring Haralson County. Named after the city in Germany in the late 1800s, Bremen developed a textile industry. Today, you can explore the Southern Quilt Trail or just relax in this small Southern town. Campers of all ages will enjoy a visit to the Yogi Bear Jellystone Camp Resort.
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The city was given the name Bremen by a local businessman to honor the city of Bremen, Germany. With an economic boost by the rail lines routed through the city, it began to develop a significant textile heritage. Today, you can explore the Southern Quilt Trail, find suits at a bargain at Sewell's, or just relax, watch the trains, and explore this small Southern town. You can visit the Textile Heritage Museum located in the Sewell Event Center. Enjoy the music at the Mill Town Music Hall. Check the website for details: 

Conveniently located at I-20 and US Hwy 27, west of Atlanta, Bremen is the place to stay while exploring the surrounding cities of Buchanan, Tallapoosa and Waco.

Visitor Information Center

232 Tallapoosa St.
Bremen, GA 30110

At the intersection of I-20 and US Hwy 27.

Visit Website

Phone: 770-537-2331

Bremen Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.