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Georgia's Must-Sees

Georgia's Must-See Attractions

  • 1Alpine Helen

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    Whether you're there for Oktoberfest, tubing, hot air balloons or scenery, visit Helen, Georgia's alpine village for a taste of the Appalachian Alps.
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  • 2Savannah River Street

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    Stroll the cobbled-stone concourse of riverside parks bordered by restaurants, pubs and unique shops housed in old cotton warehouses.
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  • 3Centennial Olympic Park

    Only one place in the world can claim credit for hosting the centennial anniversary of the Olympic Games: Atlanta!
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  • 4Harness Races in Hawkinsville

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    Check out the Harness Horse Capital of Georgia and see all manner of horse shows, training and races.
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  • 5Georgia Guidestones

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    Visit the Georgia Guidestones in Elberton, the granite capital of the world, to see the mysterious structure displaying 10 global guidelines.
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  • 6Stone Mountain Park

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    Make sure to stick around and see the laser show after climbing Stone Mountain.
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  • 7Roosevelt's Little White House

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    Relax with Franklin D. Roosevelt as you enjoy the healing waters of Warm Springs.
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  • 8Ray Charles Plaza

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    Is Georgia on your mind? Then croon along to the official state song at the Ray Charles Plaza in Albany.
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  • 9Margaret Mitchell's Apartment

    See the historic space in Atlanta where Margaret Mitchell wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Gone With the Wind.
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  • 10Augusta Canal

    Sit back and relax as you float down the Augusta Canal, taking in the gorgeous landscape and historic structures.
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  • 11Rock City Gardens

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    Rock City is a true marvel of nature, featuring massive rock formations, gardens with more than 400 native plant species and panoramic views.
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