Marisa Tomei and Joe Pesci in "My Cousin Vinny," filmed in Monticello, Georgia
Located on the Ocmulgee River, Sac-O-Suds is where Stan and Billy stop to stock up for road trip snacks. The real store closed and reopened in 2014, now serving as a convenience store selling barbecue, bait and tackle, and movie memorabilia. You can also rent tubes here from Ocmulgee Adventures and spend a leisurely day tubing on the Ocmulgee River. See the original script and signed movie poster, and pick up your own can of tuna. Just don't forget to pay for it!
This town was used as the backdrop for the fictional town in the film. A number of local businesses were seen as shots showed cars driving down Forsyth Street. Monticello was settled in the 1600s, established in 1808 and is known as the "Deer Capital of Georgia." Much of the town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Jasper County Historic Courthouse
Jasper County Historic Courthouse was featured prominently in the film, seen in all exterior courthouse scenes and some of the interior scenes. Others were done on a set in Covington, but you can still see the stunning features of the Neo-Classical building, including its hexagonal cupola clock tower. In addition to "My Cousin Vinny," the courthouse was used in "The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings" and "Murder in Coweta County."