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Newnan Atlanta Metro

A must-see destination known as the "City of Homes," Newnan has six National Register Historic Districts. Explore the historic downtown, tour gardens such as Oak Grove Plantation or Dunaway Gardens, and take a driving tour of Newnan's historic homes. Stop in at the Coweta County African American Heritage Museum & Research Center for a history lesson and genealogy session.
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Newnan, the hometown of Alan Jackson, is known as the City of Homes. There are six National Register Historic Districts containing some of Georgia's most beautiful homes and commercial buildings located here. Enjoy a self-guided driving tour and see the districts that include antebellum and victorian homes, the 1904 historic courthouse, Oak Hill Cemetery, the History Depot,  the Male Academy Museum, and the McRitchie Hollis Museum.

Just a short drive from Newnan, stroll through Roscoe's Dunaway Gardens, a breathtaking floral rock garden. Save time for shopping for antiques and treasures in the historic downtown area and our new outdoor mall, Ashley Park. We are also very proud of our newest addition, the Chattahoochee Bend State Park, where you can camp, fish, picnic and hike 11 miles of wooded trails.

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200 Court Square
Newnan, GA 30263

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Phone: 770-254-2627

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