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Experience Georgia's rich history, including the Civil War, colonial/pre-colonial days and African American heritage.
Built in 1845 to harness the water and power of the Savannah River, the Augusta Canal offers history, recreation and unique experiences.
Though not Savannah’s oldest cemetery, Bonaventure is its most famous and beautiful, having captured creative imaginations for more than 150 years.
One of the largest plantations in the South was the Butler Island Plantation, located south of Darien, across the Darien River.
Visit the Atlanta Cyclorama and sit at the center of a panorama of the Battle of Atlanta, fought on July 22, 1864, during the American Civil War.
Dungeness was built by Thomas Carnegie and his wife Lucy in 1884; it burned in the 1950s. Today, wild horses and other island wildlife roam freely.
Fort Pulaski, built by the U.S. Army before the Civil War, is located near the mouth of the Savannah River.
Founded in 1886, the Jekyll Island Club was once the private winter retreat of America’s wealthiest families like Morgan, Rockefeller and Pulitzer.
The Marietta National Cemetery was established in 1866 to provide a resting place for the nearly 10,000 Union dead from Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.
The Tybee Lighthouse has been guiding safe entrance into the Savannah River for over 270 years. The Light Station is one of America's most intact.
Madison is Georgia's