Statesboro, Georgia is a unique city where the Eagles soar. Its foundation is based on traditions that celebrate the southern lifestyle while embracing a new age energy derived from the local university and colleges. If exploring great archeological finds or experiencing history of the world sounds like fun, you will not want to miss the Georgia Southern University Museum. The Garden of the Coastal Plain boasts unique features from woodland trails to original early 20th-century farmstead buildings, and a children's vegetable garden. Statesboro's eclectic downtown offers patrons a variety of retail and dining options.
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332 S. Main Street
Statesboro, GA 30458
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Now through Apr 12, 2017222 South Main StreetView on Map
912-489-1869Learn about the 200-year history of Spanish exploration, settlement, missions, and interactions with the Native Americans in Georgia with the Spanish in Georgia: A Forgotten... Find Out More
Feb 25, 2017 - Feb 25, 2017Georgia Southern University, 847 Plant DrView on Map
912-478-7999Presented by Walnut Street Theatre, the oldest theatre in the country, this freshly-conceived production of Neil Simon's Broadway classic, Last of the Red Hot Lovers... Find Out More
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LodgingRed Fern Plantation1640 Red Fern Ln.View on Map
Red Fern Plantation Hunting Preserve Lodge located 5 minutes from Georgia Southern University. 6 Bedrooms each with its own private bath. Common area downstairs, Large screen TV, Cable, WiFi, Keurig, Full Kitchen, Laundry, Patio with Firepit, grill > Find Out More