Located just 30 minutes south of Atlanta on I-75, McDonough is a town for all seasons with a charming downtown that is bustling with energy all year long. Trimmed with geraniums in the warmer months, the historic town square serves as the heart of downtown and is the backdrop for festivals and entertainment held throughout the year. The city’s rich and storied past is evident as you stroll the sidewalks that skirt the square. Pick up a map at the Welcome Center or enjoy the spooky Haunted History Tour. Experience Broadway at a Henry Players performance, browse the works of Henry County artists at local galleries, or listen to live music at venues around town. From unique shops in historic storefronts to larger retailers, global cuisine to a 50’s diner McDonough is a delight. Whether it’s just a quick day trip or a weekend getaway, McDonough really is a town for all seasons… and we look forward to sharing them all with you.
Visitor Information Center
McDonough Square 5 Griffin St
McDonough, GA 30253
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McDonough Travel Guides
2014 Official Activities Guide for Henry County
Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter Henry County can keep you comfortably entertained year-round.
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