In Lawrenceville, you are surrounded by performing arts, great dining and unique shops. Flavors from eateries include your choice of rooftop dining, romantic restaurants, fresh seafood, Southern specialties, dessert selections and even excellent grab-and-go menus. The 30 specialty establishments in the downtown district will fulfill your relaxed search for treasures, casual gift hunt or ladies-day-out spree.
Various Lawrenceville venues showcase live musical talent, anchored by the productions by The Aurora Theatre. Visit the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse grounds, art galleries and Veterans War Museum. Other "must-sees" include the Historic Female Seminary & Gwinnett History Museum as well as the Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery.
Start your visit at the Lawrenceville Visitors Center in the restored Mayor Jule Oakes House (circa 1893) at 233 Crogan Street, and the Lawrenceville Lawn, an outdoor park. Learn more online at VisitLawrenceville.com.
Visitor Information Center
Lawrenceville Visitors Center 233 East Crogan Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
FROM I-85 NORTHBOUND: Exit right on Hwy 316/Exit 106. Make a right on SR 120/Lawrenceville Duluth Hwy exit. Follow SR 120/ Duluth Hwy through 8 lights/ approx. 2 miles. Move into left lane within first mile. SR 120 turns into a one way street (Crogan Street). The Lawrenceville Visitors Center is a white two-story house on the left – 233 E. Crogan Street. FROM I-85 SOUTHBOUND: Take exit 108/Sugarloaf Parkway, turning left onto Sugarloaf Pkwy. Follow Sugarloaf Pkwy. 1.7 miles to SR 120 East/ Duluth Hwy, turning left on SR 120. Follow SR 120 5.4 miles. Move into the left lane after the first 3.5 miles. SR 120 turns into a one way street (Crogan Street). The Lawrenceville Visitors Center is a white two-story house on the left – 233 E. Crogan Street. FROM HWY 78: Turn north on Hwy 124. Turn left on Hwy 20 West (S. Clayton Street) Cross Crogan Street. The Lawrenceville Visitors Center is a white two-story house on the left – 233 E. Crogan Street.Visit Website
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Gwinnett Historic Courthouse
Beautifully nestled in the heart of downtown Lawrenceville, the Gwinnett Historic courthouse offers one of a kind beauty. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this landmark’s rich history began in 1821, only two years after the County itself was established.
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