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Best Things To Do In Georgia, USA

Explore the Southeastern U.S state that boasts being a home of beautiful beaches, mountains, and historic sites.
Meenakshi Sutar May 25, 2020
Atlanta
It is capital and largest city of Georgia. It boasts various historic sites and attractions
Key attraction of Atalanta City are Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthplace, vintage performance venues like the Fox Theater, a vibrant nightlife scene and an eclectic range of activities to tackle with the kids in tow, world-class shopping, and many more.
Georgia Aquarium
Visit the public aquarium located in the capital city of Atlanta. This aquarium is popular for housing hundreds of species and thousands of animals residing in fresh and saltwater gallons.
Savannah District Historic Site
Blessed with a rich and vibrant history, beautiful coastal landscapes, and well-preserved architecture, visit this National Historic Landmark. It’s a wonderful experience to stroll in the town witnessing old homes and architecture.
Rock City Gardens
Nature lovers would just love to stroll through this incredible woodland path that is loaded with ancient rock formations, gardens, and breathtaking views of caves. The natural beauty will mesmerize you like never before.
Centennial Olympic Park
This is a public park in downtown Atlanta that is a well-known place for its fountain light show. A nice picnic spot to hang out with friends and family.
Tybee Island
Tybee Island is a barrier island and small city near Savannah. It is a paradise under the sun boasting five miles of sandy public beach with ancient sand dunes. Tybee Island Light Station and Museum is must visit place here
Stone Mountain Park
Visit the scenic and unique theme park with natural woodland, hiking trails, golf courses, campgrounds, and the spectacular Laser show. Its variety of attractions include Summit Skyride, Sky Hike, 4D movie, Historic Square, and many more.
Also, witness the world’s largest high relief sculpture, the Confederate Memorial Carving on the mountain that represents three Confederate heroes of the Civil War namely, President Jefferson Davis, Generals Robert E. Lee, and Thomas J.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden with a huge collection of plants on display for conservation, education, and research purposes. The calming picturesque views of the garden make you feel the tranquility. A great place to spend your leisure time.
Lookout Mountain
Visit the most exciting attraction in Georgia. Witness the natural wonders while trekking through the Rock City.
See the breathtaking view of the deepest and tallest underground waterfall, Ruby Falls.
Forsyth Park
Visit the largest city park in the Savannah district of Georgia. The beautiful garden boasts of the scenic greenery and a magnificent fountain in the center. A wonderful place to relax and get recharged in the company of nature.
Wormsloe Historic Site
A must-visit destination in Savannah. The historic site is blessed with historic colonial buildings and beautiful roads with oak trees on both sides. Excellent place to explore the history of Savannah.
Tallulah George State Park
Visit the most popular state park in Georgia that is blessed with beautiful and gorgeous views of waterfalls, canyon, and campgrounds to spend your leisure time.
Margaret Mitchell House
Are you one of the lovers of the book “Gone with the wind”? Then you would love to know more about its renowned author, Margaret Mitchell. Visit the historic home of Margaret Mitchell in Atlanta.
Driftwood Beach
Beach lovers must not miss out on this picturesque beach located on Jekyll Island in the Golden Isles of Georgia. The name of the beach is derived from the numerous driftwood trees.
The natural formation of the beach by the erosion of the sand causing the trees to uproot and die is a phenomenal place for photographers.
Little White House Historic Site
Historians must visit the historic home of the 32nd President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The attractions here include a museum, a theater, and an introductory film to know the history of the President.
Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site
Another historic site that depicts the historic home of Martin Luther King Jr. located in Atlanta. It comprises of Ebenezer Baptist Church & his final resting place.
Blue Ridge City
Blue Ridge is a mountain town with a distinct artsy vibe in northern Georgia. It is also known as Switzerland of the South. It is home to galleries complete with craft breweries that serve excellent brews and feature live music. Antique trains head to nearby mountain villages along the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.
Cumberland Island
Cumberland Island is a barrier island off Georgia’s southeast coast, with protected beaches, ancient maritime forest, and wild horses  Cumberland Island is now a national seashore and designated wilderness. Plum Orchard mansion and the remains of a mansion built by Carnegie are key attraction here.
Athens, GA
Athens is a city in northeast Georgia. It's known for its antebellum architecture.
It marks the start of the state's Antebellum Trail of historic Civil War towns.
Loaded with several historic sites, wonderful natural wonders, mountains, parks, and beaches, Georgia is worth visiting once in a lifetime.