Atlanta Metro / Jonesboro

Clayton County Visitor Center

104 North Main Street
Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-478-4800 | 800-662-7829
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Make your first stop in Clayton County Visitor Center to gather information, maps or event calendars. While you're there, tour the Road to Tara Museum and purchase souvenirs from the gift shop featuring "Gone With the Wind" items, regional food and gifts. 

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Monday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Tuesday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Wednesday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Thursday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Friday: 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

    Designations

    Regional Visitor Information Center Program-Certified Welcome Centers

    Facility Amenities

    Free Parking

    Parking on Site

    Public Restrooms

    General Information

    Family-friendly

    Open Year 'Round

    Group Amenities

    Group-friendly

    Motorcoach-friendly

    Information/Services Provided

    Maps/Brochures/Guides

    Welcome Center

    Service Type

    Convention & Visitor Bureau (CVB)

Events

  • Fleeting Pleasures: Japanese Woodblock Prints

    Fleeting Pleasures: Japanese Woodblock Prints

    04/03/2018 - 05/31/2018

    Arts Clayton Gallery is partnering with the Japan Consular Office and the Georgia Museum of Art to display woodblock prints, kites and kimonos.

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  • Gerald Finley & Julius Drake

    Gerald Finley & Julius Drake

    04/28/2018 - 04/28/2018

    "One of the supreme singer-actors of our day" (The New Yorker), Canadian bass-baritone Gerald Finley "has long been recognized as a recitalist of rare versatility" (The New York Times). With "the formidable pianist Julius Drake" (The New Yorker), the two outstanding artists are renowned by Gramophone as "a great partnership." "Vocal recitals don't get better than this" (The Globe and Mail).

    With "his dream voice, a wonderfully full, seamless baritone, which ... read more

  • Truls Mork & Behzod Abduraimov

    Truls Mork & Behzod Abduraimov

    05/05/2018 - 05/05/2018

    Celebrated Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk "has tremendous stature as a recitalist," praises The Strad: "By turns tender, introverted, fiery and passionate, he constantly propelled us forward on this compelling epic journey."

    With the gift of making his cello "sing with unforced splendor" (The New Yorker), "Truls Mørk shows an infinite amount of musicianship . . . A great artist at work" (Le Temps). He collaborates with the dynamic Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov, a... read more

  • Paul Lewis

    Paul Lewis

    05/06/2018 - 05/06/2018

    Paul Lewis is hailed by The Guardian as "the most illustrious and talented British-born pianist for generations . . . His timbre and sonority are crystalline, direct, intense and deeply emotional but free from theatricality and impetuosity."

    "How great is his affinity for the Viennese Classical style," admires the Chicago Tribune; "but we also know him to be a full-blooded Beethoven interpreter whose virtuoso brilliance and deft touch illuminate every familiar phrase." read more

  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra features The Four Seasons

    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra features The Four Seasons

    05/12/2018 - 05/12/2018

    The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra makes a special Spivey Hall appearance featuring one of classical music's most popular works, The Four Seasons by Italian Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi, showcasing ASO Associate Concertmaster Justin Bruns as violin soloist. A lively opera overture by Gioacchino Rossini opens the program conducted by ASO Assistant Conductor Stephen Mulligan, concluding with Mendelssohn's brilliant Symphony No. 4, inspired by the composer's travels in Italy.

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  • Victorian Mourning Tours

    Victorian Mourning Tours

    08/20/2018 - 09/01/2018

    The custom of mourning was elevated to an art form during the Victorian Period. The elaborate mourning rituals illustrate the values placed on the family, social convention and respectability. Take a tour and learn the ways of "mourning well."

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