We celebrate the Peach State for its beautiful produce, but Georgia is much more than just peaches. It's full of stunning scenery, up-and-coming businesses, state pride, and bountiful harvests. From Flannery O'Connor's Book Trail to the famed World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta to Savannah's iconic architecture, take a trip through the picturesque state of Georgia.


Top 10 Things To Do In Georgia

World of Coca-Cola
Taste over 100 beverages and take a photo with the iconic Coca-Cola polar bear.

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
This stunning architectural landmark was destroyed by fire in 1898 but restored to its original glory by 1912.

Center for Puppetry Arts
The nation’s largest puppetry organization, this museum both educates visitors and teaches the craft.

Visit the home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Visit the iconic homestead of the man who changed the course of history in his quest for social change.

Go for a thrill ride
If you’re a thrill seeker or movie buff (Deliverance, anyone?), strapping on a life vest and heading down the Chattooga is for you.

Visit a Bavarian town
This small village hosts its very own Oktoberfest in the fall and transforms into a winter wonderland in December.

Flannery O’Connor Book Trail
Read your way from O’Connor’s childhood home in Savannah to her Milledgeville estate, Andalusia. The Trail includes eight book-exchange boxes, with just one rule: Take a book; leave a book.

40-Watt Club
This music venue was instrumental in launching the American punk rock and ‘new wave’ scene. Artists that started here include the Indigo Girls, R.E.M., Drive-By Truckers, and of Montreal.

Visit the elusive Cumberland Island
The secretive locale where John F. Kennedy Jr. got married, the island is known for its pristine beaches, ruins, and wild horses.

Pick up treasures at Jekyll Island
In January and February, find (and keep!) beautifully crafted glass balls hidden around the island.

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