With the convenience of being part of metro Atlanta, the City of Dallas has retained the charm of simpler times, with a vibrant and friendly community, strong on southern hospitality. Our visitors love to make this their starting point to ride the Silver Comet Trail, a rails-to-trail paved path taking cyclists all the way to the Alabama state line in one direction, and to Atlanta in the other.
With a quaint, historic downtown, visitors can enjoy shopping and be entertained at the Dallas Theater. On the outskirts of town is one of the best preserved Civil War battlefields, Pickett’s Mill State Historic Site, with a museum, interpretive film, earthworks and walking trails. Nearby in the city of Hiram, the Rosenwald School Museum gives visitors a peak in to another part of the area’s heritage.
Visitor Information Center
445 Jimmy Campbell Parkway
Dallas, GA 30132
Located on Hwy 61, just off US Hwy 278 about 30 minutes west of Atlanta.Visit Website
Official Visitor Information
Free Georgia Travel Guide
The state’s official Travel Guide is your complete resource to planning a vacation in Georgia. Find trip ideas, attractions, events, activities, accommodations, maps, travel resources and much more.
Phone: 1-800-VISIT GA (847-4842)
Dallas Travel Guides
Hwy. 381View on Map
770-445-6016After Johnston retreated to Allatoona Pass on May 19-20, 1864, Sherman decided that he would most likely pay dearly for attacking Johnston there, so he determined to... Find Out More
103 Ragsdale PlaceView on Map
770-443-3440The Ragsdale Inn is a grand Southern home constructed in 1905, built with family in mind from the beautiful wrap-around front porch to the spacious parlors and banquet... Find Out More
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