It's claim to fame is that of being Georgia’s Marble Capital; especially unique is the pink marble as seen at the historic Tate House
The city’s small town atmosphere lends itself to a friendly, mountain experience with good local restaurants such as the Woodbridge Inn where Chef Hans Rueffert prepares a daily delight of signature dishes. Taste the local wines of Sharp Mountain Vineyards, golf the links at Big Canoe or Bent Tree, and explore the area’s Cherokee heritage.
Just a short drive from Jasper is the town of Talking Rock where you will find antique shops, a historic school house museum and artists’ displays.
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500 Stegall Drive
Jasper, GA 30143
Located on Hwy 515 about an hour north of Atlanta (take I-575 from Atlanta).Visit Website
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A Self-Guided Tour of Jasper's Ten Most Historic Buildings was developed by the Marble Valley Historical Society. The society is thankful for the assistance of the City... Find Out More
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