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Monroe Historic Heartland

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a visit to Monroe is even better. Come experience the natural beauty of the area and discover the many educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities.
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  • Tree lined streets of specialty boutiques and shops awaits you.

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  • Visit our weekly farmers market from May through October for home grown produce and artisan crafts.

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  • Sparrow Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast

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  • Remains from a historic building turned into a pocket park in Downtown.

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  • Enjoy our First Friday Concerts from May through September on the Historic Court House Lawn!

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  • Historic Courthouse

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  • Take either the 1.5 or 2.5 mile guided walk through Monroe's history. You'll learn about the places and people of Monroe's past while enjoying the historic atmosphere and great downtown area in Monroe.

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  • Enjoy walks in our 17 acre passive park in Downtown Monroe.

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  • McDaniel-Tichenor House

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  • Our annual Memories in Monroe Car Show draws hundreds of visitors from around the state.

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  • A view of main street from the historic courthouse lawn

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  • Monroe Downtown welcomes you!

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  • Visit "The Antiques Capital of Georgia" with over 200,000 sq feet of antique dealers.

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  • Davis-Edwards House

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  • The Wayfarer Hotel. A beautiful luxury boutique hotel located in Downtown Monroe.

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  • Aerial View of Downtown Monroe

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Nestled in the Alcovy River basin between the urban sprawl of Atlanta and classic Athens, Monroe, Ga. offers the best of both worlds. Our rich history draws visitors to Monroe; our small town atmosphere, engaging cultural life and high tech capabilities entice them to stay. Monroe's colorful history is typified by antebellum homes, historic downtown, and venerable government buildings. Monroe's future is exemplified by intermingling these historic areas with planned residential growth and high-tech industries. Walk through the downtown historic district, and you'll find friendly business owners, a "small town feel," and a variety of stores and dining options, including the south's finest antiques. With events going on all year, such as the Classic Car Show, First Friday Summer Concert Series or the Downtown Farmers Market, you are sure to find something for every member of your family!  

For more information, visit www.monroedowntown.com.

Visitor Information Center

215 N. Broad Street
Monroe, GA 30655

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Phone: 770-266-5331

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