Learn about points of interest in Atlanta's Historic Oakland Cemetery with the mobile app.
Must-have Georgia Travel Apps
We could all use a little help from time to time as we explore the treasures of Georgia. With these apps downloaded on your phone, you are ready to dig deeper at an attraction, explore a new city or find your secret spot in the mountains!
Henry County Treasures
Use the free Henry County Treasure App to plan your next adventure. As you hunt, you will earn digital gold coins that can be redeemed for actual prizes. Visit at least 15 locations in Henry County, including Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary, to be entered in a drawing for one of the amazing grand prizes. Only have time to visit a few? That’s ok. There are prizes for everyone!
Georgia Aquarium’s mobile app expands the horizons of your visit through the exhibits and shows. Uncover interesting animal facts, enjoy guided audio tours of the galleries, and receive updates on show times, programs and character appearances.
Road to Tara Museum
The Road to Tara Museum in Jonesboro offers a web-based app for visitors to enjoy while at the museum. “People who have contributed to the museum over the years talk about different items on display, ones that either they had worked on personally or knew interesting tales of how certain items came to be housed in the museum,” says Danielle Conroy, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Clayton County Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Find the online app here: roadtotara.oncell.com.
Visit Dublin GA launched Downtown Dublin's walking tour mobile app in partnership with Laurens County Historical Society and Dublin Downtown Development Authority. The new Downtown Dublin Walking Tour mobile app highlights 71 sites throughout downtown each with historic photography from the archives of Dublin historian Scott Thompson.
Historic Oakland Cemetery
The Historic Oakland Cemetery app features 65 points of interest throughout the cemetery’s 48 acres, including monuments and residents buried in the Original Six Acres, African American Grounds, Jewish Burial Grounds, Confederate Section and more. Ten of the stops are accessible for free, and the remaining 55 are available with a $1.99 in-app purchase.
North Georgia Waterfalls
Discover more than 50 of Georgia’s waterfalls in nine North Georgia counties with the North Georgia Waterfalls app. You’ll find a photo and description, a live map and directions via integration with Google Maps.
Additional Georgia Apps
Lesli Peterson is Georgia’s official Family Explorer. Find more of her family-friendly tips and trip ideas on ExploreGeorgia.org, and visit 365AtlantaTraveler.com for more itineraries and money-saving tips.