White Historic High Country

White is an eclectic mix of roadside attractions. At I-75 Exit 293, is Tellus Science Museum, but travel US 411 north to discover Old Car City USA, known globally as the place to find “rusty gold” in automobile classics. Photographers fill their cameras touring 34 acres of cars and interior folk art collections, then fill up on southern cooking nearby at Wes Man’s. Adventurers appreciate Dive Georgia and scenic Pine Log Wildlife Management Area.
  • City of White, Georgia

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  • Old Car City USA in White

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  • Tellus Science Museum at I-75 Exit 293

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  • Wesman's Restaurant in White

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  • Beautiful Backroads Century Bike Ride each September in Cartersville

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Upon departing I-75 Exit 293, you'll be tempted to tour Tellus Science Museum, where all ages could be easily entertained for the day. Then, continue north on US 411 to White, Georgia, to encounter its eclectic mix of attractions. Known globally, Old Car City USA is finding a new audience with photographers as it offers 34 acres of rusted and weathered automobile classics, plus a folk art collection and Elvis Presley's last car. Stop in at Wes Man's, a roadside diner where marketing is taken to new heights as their truck is painted daily to honor birthdays and other occasions. Other scenic locales include Pine Log Wildlife Management Area with stocked trout streams and hiking/mountain biking trails, plus an 1857 iron furnace. Stamp Creek Falls is another photographer's destination accessible from GA Hwy 20. Adventurers may wish to train at Dive Georgia, while others will enjoy the Beautiful Backroads Century Bike Ride showcasing scenes around White each September.

Visitor Information Center

19 W. Rocky St.
White, GA 30184

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Phone: 770-382-5466

White Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.