Minutes off exit 51 on I-16, Dublin stays ahead of the curve with award-winning dining at Deano's Italian, Company Supply, and Holy Smokes, performing arts at Theatre Dublin and rich history with our walking tours. Experience Martin Luther King, Jr.'s first speech at MLK Monument Park & First African Baptist Church. Explore nature's solitude, rejuvenate at our local inns, refresh with unique shopping delights, or simply rediscover the art of relaxation by strolling downtown. Whether you're stopping for a minute or a night, Dublin revitalizes you with an unexpected array of adventures just ahead of the curve.
Spend the night at the Dublin Farm Bed and Breakfast for a relaxing getaway with delectable Italian dining at Ristorante da Maria. For farm-fresh produce, stop by the Market on Madison farmers market.
Need to escape? Experience birdwatching, hunting, fishing, and boating at River Bend WMA, Hugh Gillis PFA, and Beaverdam WMA or golf one of three courses designed to challenge.
The town of Dublin, Georgia, founded in 1812, was named for its counterpart in Ireland. There are countless opportunities for outdoor recreation, and the town...
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