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Digital Puzzles of Amazing Georgia Scenes

Finished all the puzzles in your pantry? We're bringing the best of Georgia right to you with a series of interactive digital puzzles. Experience the stunning beauty of Minnehaha Falls, take in the vast cityscape along the Chattahoochee Riverwalk, and picture yourself soaking up the Southern sun on St. Simons Island. Stay connected to nature and plan your dream Georgia getaway from the comfort of your couch.

Agricultural Mural | Atlanta United | Chattahoochee Riverwalk | George L. Smith State Park | Georgia Theatre | Glamping Cabin | Gould’s Inlet | Minnehaha Falls | Paulk Vineyards

Find instructions on how to use the puzzles at the bottom of the list.

Agricultural Mural, Colquitt, Georgia – Play

"The Spirit Farmer" is the largest hand-painted mural in the United States. It stands at 100 feet tall and covers 27,000 square feet on an operational peanut silo. It was painted by muralist Charlie Johnston of Winnipeg, Canada. This giant mural depicts a south Georgia farmer pulling up his peanuts to inspect his crop and decide if it is time to harvest. This enormous mural wraps around all four sides of the silo with agricultural images of cotton, corn, and peanuts just to name a few. 

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Agricultural mural – Colquitt, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Atlanta United in Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia - Play

It's enough to give almost anyone chills — the thunderous chant, in unison, of "A…T…L!" from tens of thousands of Major League Soccer's Atlanta United fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The stadium is also home to the NFL's Atlanta Falcons. There's no bad seat in this house, and the retractable roof makes it possible for fans to experience the outdoors for special events.

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Atlanta United in Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by @atlutd

Chattahoochee Riverwalk – Columbus, Georgia - Play

Situated in downtown Columbus along the Chattahoochee River, you can explore the Riverwalk by foot or on bike while skirting the cityscape, exploring historic monuments and markers, and taking in the wild beauty of the rolling river and native wildlife. This 15-mile linear park spans the riverfront from the Lake Oliver city marina to the National Infantry Museum. Watch rafters navigate rapids on the longest urban whitewater course in the world, or zipline across the river.

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Chattahoochee Riverwalk – Columbus, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

George L. Smith State Park – Twin City, Georgia - Play

With natural beauty, lakeside camping and cozy cottages, this secluded park is the perfect south Georgia retreat. The park's mill pond beckons visitors to explore thick stands of cypress and tupelo trees draped with Spanish moss. This park is best known for the refurbished Parrish Mill and Pond, a combination gristmill, saw mill, covered bridge, and dam built in 1880.

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George L. Smith State Park – Twin City, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Georgia Theatre – Athens, Georgia - Play

One of Athens' world-famous live music venues, the Georgia Theatre is a keystone of the Athens music scene. It was built as the Elite Theater in 1935 on the "foundation" of the original YMCA, which was constructed in 1889. As a live music venue, the Georgia Theatre has hosted acclaimed bands from the Goo Goo Dolls to the Zac Brown Band, and has been the setting for music videos by R.E.M. and John Mayer.

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Georgia Theatre – Athens, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Glamping cabin – Flintstone, Georgia - Play

Located on Georgia's northwest border, the treehouses at Treetop Hideaways are nothing like those of your childhood. These unique cabins are surrounded by the mountains and built with reclaimed materials. The location is secluded but centrally located to explore all the beautiful parks and historic sites in northwest Georgia.

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Glamping cabin – Flintstone, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Gould's Inlet - St. Simons Island, Georgia - Play

Located at the north end of the island’s beaches, Gould’s Inlet is the perfect spot for a peaceful sunrise walk, a sunny afternoon building sandcastles, a walk with your furry best friend, or stargazing at nighttime. This beach also features a fishing pier and is great for bird watching. Known for its beautiful beaches, St. Simons Island captivates visitors with remarkable scenery and fascinating history.

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Gould's Inlet - St. Simons Island, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Minnehaha Falls – Lakemont, Georgia - Play

Located just steps from Lake Rabun, the Minnehaha Trail is a quick and easy 0.4-mile hike. It follows Fall Branch Creek until it dead ends at Minnehaha Falls. This beautiful waterfall is approximately 100 feet high and one of hundreds of waterfalls found throughout the mountains of North Georgia.

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Minnehaha Falls – Lakemont, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

Paulk Vineyards – Wray, Georgia - Play

Located in south Georgia, Paulk Vineyards is America's largest muscadine vineyard and Georgia's genuine muscadine winery, with more than 600 acres of muscadine grape in production. The farm is not limited to just the native muscadine grapes, it also hosts u-pick events for seasonal berries. Sip on farm-to-bottle wine in the tasting room, or relax on the front porch.

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Paulk Vineyards – Wray, Georgia. Photo by @benjamingalland

How to use digital puzzles

  • Click on the “Play” link or puzzle image of your choosing.
  • Puzzles can be played on your phone, tablet, or desktop.
  • Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle.
  • Send to your friends and compete to see who can complete their puzzle the fastest!

Having trouble?

  • Hover over the image icon at the top of the puzzle screen to reveal the full image of the puzzle.
  • Click the image icon at the top of the puzzle screen to show the full image of the puzzle at all times.
  • Reload the puzzle to change the number of puzzle pieces in the setting to decrease (or increase) skill level.

 

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Published: April 2020