Just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, Douglasville is a welcoming city with a friendly, small-town atmosphere and entertainment that emulates big-town fun. While the city continues to grow, Douglasville uniquely preserves its signature hometown feel.
Located at a natural rise in the topography, Douglasville was originally known as Skint Chestnut, a name derived from a large tree stripped of its bark and used by Native Americans and traders as a trail marker. Downtown Douglasville is a nationally designated Main Street city and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A self-guided walking tour of the historic commercial buildings is available in the Douglasville Welcome Center.
The Downtown Welcome Center is located on O'Neal Plaza at 6694 East Broad Street. Free maps and brochures for Douglasville, as well as Metro Atlanta are available in the welcome center.
Visitor Information Center
6694 East Broad Street
Douglasville, GA 30134
Free Georgia Travel Guide
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Douglasville Travel Guides
If you’re a resident or just visiting, the Official Douglasville Visitors Guide is a great resource to learn about our diverse heritage, attractions, and dining options.
6754 Broad StreetView on Map
678-449-3938Douglas County Tourism functions as the Destination Marketing Organization and the Convention and Visitors Bureau for Douglas County, Georgia and is housed in the Old... Find Out More
Jun 3, 2017 - Jun 4, 20178700 Hospital DriveView on Map
678-449-3939The Penny McHenry Hydrangea Festival is named to honor the memory of Penny McHenry, founder of the National Hydrangea Society. Penny has been featured on TV shows and... Find Out More
The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.