“Where metro meets the mountains.” Moving at a big-city pace, Canton still embodies small town charm. An area once home to the Cherokee, the stories are preserved through the arts, festivals and the Funk Heritage Center, Georgia’s Official Frontier and Southeastern Indian Interpretive Center in nearby Waleska.
A variety of restaurants and lodging make Canton a great place to stay while exploring sites and attractions including Cagle’s Dairy, hiking and biking trails at Reinhardt College, and a 10-acre Wild West Town with more than 100 inhabitants - all of them miniature farm animals! The Canton Theater and Cherokee County Arts Center feature entertaining performances throughout the year.
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3605 Marietta Highway
Canton, GA 30114
From Atlanta: Travel I-75 North to I-575 North to Exit 14 (Holly Springs). Turn left off the exit ramp onto Marietta Highway. The Chamber office is located on your right - at a traffic light - approximately one mile from the exit.Visit Website
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770-345-3288Learn about Cherokee County's past from before the time of the Cherokee Indians through the 21st century. The museum and visitors center is located in the historic... Find Out More
Now through Sep 26, 2015100 North StreetView on Map
770-345-3288The Cherokee County History Museum is hosting the temporary exhibit Digging for Treasure: A History of Mining in Cherokee County, from May 20 until September 26, 2015... Find Out More
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