Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island, Georgia
360-Degree Videos of Famous Places in Georgia
Anna Ruby Falls, Driftwood Beach, Forsyth Park, and Hay House undoubtedly are some of Georgia's most popular destinations. Their spectacular beauty year-round makes them some of the most-photographed places in the state. But photographs can't capture the sound of the water powerfully rushing over the falls, steadily washing onto shore, or gently spraying in the fountain.
The 360-degree videos below offer a virtual way to explore these majestic places until you can visit in person. Click play, and use the arrows in the top left of each video, or drag your cursor to turn around and look up and down to explore the immersive scenes.
Click play, and use the arrows in the top left of the video, or drag your cursor to look up, down and around to explore Anna Ruby Falls in Helen.
Anna Ruby Falls in Helen
One of North Georgia's most-visited waterfalls, Anna Ruby Falls in Helen is a stunning twin waterfall in the Chattahoochee National Forest. It's accessible by a fairly steep half-mile paved trail that starts at the visitor center and ends at the base of the falls. Benches along the trail offer places to rest and observe the scenic area, and all along the trail, visitors will find spring blooming wildflowers, flowering shrubs, and a wide variety of ferns, mosses, and fungi. The falls join to form Smith Creek, which tumbles downhill to Unicoi Lake and then to the Chattahoochee River.
Click play, and use the arrows in the top left of the video, or drag your cursor to look up, down and around to explore Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island.
Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island
Located on the north end of Jekyll Island, Driftwood Beach will amaze you with the beautiful driftwood and trees that resemble a scene from another world. The gnarled and weathered trees are left behind from years of erosion. What was once a maritime forest is now a sandy shore lined with weathered tree trunks and branches, creating a sight that's truly unique to the Golden Isles. Driftwood Beach is ideal for a sunny afternoon, a morning picnic, and even stargazing late at night.
Click play, and use the arrows in the top left of the video, or drag your cursor to look up, down and around to explore Forsyth Park in Savannah.
Forsyth Park in Savannah
Spanning more than 30 acres, Forsyth Park is Savannah's largest and oldest public park. The park's iconic fountain was installed in 1858 and is one of the most-photographed places in Savannah. There is abundant shade and space for sitting to take in the towering live oaks and pink- and white-dotted azalea bushes, and it's a popular place for walking, jogging, and leading dogs on the park's paths.
Click play, and use the arrows in the top left of the video, or drag your cursor to look up, down and around to explore Hay House in Macon, Georgia.
Hay House in Macon
Known as the "Palace of the South," the magnificent Italian Renaissance Revival Hay House covers 18,000 square feet and 24 rooms. Built from 1855-1859, the antebellum mansion in Macon is designated as a National Historic Landmark for its innovative architecture and technology. The main level features the largest rooms in the house with ceilings up to 35 feet high decorated with gilded plaster cornices.