Located just an hour south of Atlanta, the town of Warm Springs is nestled among the rolling hills and the naturally heated waters made famous by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Take a step back in time and experience our Southern charm and hospitality. History is evident in the 100-year-old restored buildings. Off the bustling Main Street and through the alleyways are our Bullochville and Magnolia courtyards, which provide a unique shopping experience. We offer food to please all tastes with more than nine restaurants, including the world-famous Bulloch House.
Located on the southern end of town is the Little White House, where President Franklin Delano Roosevelt spent his happiest times with those who loved him the most. We are proud to offer two museums in our town that chronicle FDR's life in Georgia, detail the history of our Victorian era town and let visitors feel the famous warm springs. Not a month goes by without a festival or innovative program taking place in Warm Springs.
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1 Broad Street
Warm Springs, GA 31830
Approximately 65 miles south of Atlanta and 40 miles north of Columbus via State Route 85Visit Website
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401 Little White House Rd.View on Map
706-655-5870Franklin Delano Roosevelt built the Little White House in 1932 while governor of New York, prior to being inaugurated as president in 1933. He first came to Warm Springs... Find Out More
6135 Roosevelt Hwy.View on Map
706-655-5000Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation (RWS) was founded by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1927 as a polio rehabilitation facility where patients... Find Out More
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