Crawfordville Classic South

This small Georgia town is home to A.H. Stephens State Park and Historic Site, where you’ll find Liberty Hall, the historical home of the park’s namesake, as well as a fine collection of Civil War artifacts in its Confederate museum. The movies 'Sweet Home Alabama,' 'Coward of the County,' and 'Get Low' were partly filmed in Crawfordville.
  • A.H. Stephens Historic Site

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  • Taliaferro County Courthouse

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  • Crawfordville Baptist Church

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Crawfordville, the county seat of Taliaferro County, is home of many movies made in Georgia. Most notable are "Sweet Home Alabama," "Get Low," "Coward of the County,", "Home Fires Burning" and "Paris Trout", "Summer of My German soldier" Stars and Bars," "Carolina Skeletons," "Passion for Justice," "Neon Bible," and "Pushin' Up Daisies." Several music videos have also been made in Crawfordville.

Visitor Information Center

113 Monument St.
Crawfordville, GA 30631

Hwy 278

Visit Website

Phone: 706-456-2494

Crawfordville Trip Ideas & Inspiration

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