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Vienna Presidential Pathways

Named for the Austrian capital, Georgia's Vienna was described metaphorically in 1903 as a "graceful Southern lady." Visit the Georgia Cotton Museum and the Vienna Cultural Center in a former Episcopal church; driving tours are available. Vienna is home to the annual Big Pig Jig barbecue festival.
  • Dooly County Courthouse

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  • Cooking Competition at the Big Pig Jig

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  • Downtown Vienna

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  • GA Cotton Museum

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  • City of Vienna

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Vienna (vy-anna) is perfectly situated along I-75 in South Central Georgia, two hours south of Atlanta and two hours north of the Florida state line. It offers a quiet, small-town atmosphere in reach of major metropolitan areas. With nearby Americus, Plains, Andersonville and Columbus, the area is rich with history, yet abounds with activity. Stop in, and you just might want to stay for a while.

Vienna is named for the Austrian capital on the Danube. In 1903, it was described metaphorically as a graceful Southern lady. It is the perfect place to enjoy good ol' down-home Southern hospitality and find those unique items in one of our antique malls, gift shops or specialty boutiques. In the fall, look for one of nature's agricultural beauties, "Snow in the South," and tour our many historic landmarks and homes year-round.

Visitor Information Center

203 West Cotton St
Vienna, GA 31092

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Phone: 229-268-4921

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