The small town of Tunnel Hill is located in northwest Georgia. The town was incorporated as "Tunnelsville" in 1848. The town boosts interesting structures and the annual Civil War re-enactment. Numerous homes date back over one hundred years, including Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, Antebellum, Colonial Revival, Folk Victorian style, and churches date back to 1894.
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201 G Vaughn Parkway
Tunnel Hill, GA 30755
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Tunnel Hill Travel Guides
215 Clisby Austin RoadView on Map
706-876-1571The Battle of Tunnel Hill Civil War Reenactment presents living history and battle action during this annual event held the weekend after Labor Day. Set on the historic... Find Out More
215 Clisby Austin RdView on Map
706-876-1571Walk through 1,477 feet of railroad and Civil War history at the Western and Atlantic Tunnel, completed in 1850. It was the first major railroad tunnel in the South... Find Out More
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