Georgia November 10, 2016
12 Undeniably Fun Places To Take Out Of Town Visitors In Georgia
Georgia is flush with beautiful landscapes, incredible attractions, and picture-worthy things to do. With the holidays right around the corner, friends and family may be flocking to your neck of the woods in search of a memorable vacation exploring a new state. If so, then we have one heck of a list of undeniably fun places to take out of town visitors in Georgia, peppered with a few tried-and-true favorites, plus off-the-grid type attractions. Take a look:
1. Amicalola Falls—418 Amicalola Falls Lodge Rd, Dawsonville, GA 30534
There is nothing quite as stunning as witnessing firsthand the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast. Visitors can stand on the bridge near the falls and take in the beauty and magic these tumbling falls have to offer.
2. Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market—1675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE. Atlanta, GA 30308
At the heart of Ponce City Market is a food hall fit for the most adventurous foodies and culinary quests. Similar to the legendary food hall at Chelsea Market in Manhattan, Central Food Hall is filled with variety and fun for everyone.
3. The Breakfast Club on Tybee Island— 1500 Butler Ave Tybee Island, GA 31328
Speaking of food, taking any visitor to The Breakfast Club on Tybee Island will be a win-win for everyone. Not only can you explore stunning coastal Georgia, but you can also snag some of the most delicious breakfast in this state.
4. Brasstown Bald
Whether you stick to the overlook, or decide to hike any of the trails, Brasstown Bald is the perfect spot to take the adventurous visitor. The stunning views, especially during sunset, will surely make anyone's vacation magical.
5. World of Coca Cola Museum—121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
It would be hard to pass up a trip to take your guest to the World of Coca Cola. This famed museum showcases the history of pop in our state, as well as the impact Coca Cola had on our country. It's a fun learning experience for everyone.
6. Mary Mac’s Tea Room—224 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
A lot of people visit Georgia simply for the food, and you know what? That's okay. Because our Southern food cannot be rivaled. Which is why your guests needs to eat at Mary Mac's Tea Room. Some of the best Southern-style home cooking Georgia has to offer is right within these walls.
7. Atlanta White House—3687 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta, GA
A fun little trip for many visitors, especially those who have never visited The White House, would be to take them to Atlanta's little White House. This smaller replica contains an oval office and Lincoln's bedroom, in order to make it feel more like the real thing.
8. Wormsloe Plantation—7601 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA 31406
The historic Wormsloe Plantation is a tried-and-true spot to take any visitor or guest. Not only is it stunning to drive through, but there also is a rich history attached to this property.
9. The Vortex Bar and Grill— 878 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
It's official. You want to take your visitor to the most fun, unique, and insanely delicious burger joint in Georgia? The Vortex is your place. They have such a solid menu, departing from the boring stuff, which will excite and entice anyone who dares to enter.
10. Rock City at Lookout Mountain—1400 Patten Road, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750
The thing about Lookout Mountain, is that the views are spectacular. By far, some of the best in the state. You can see for miles, into other bordering states, which makes this adventure undeniably fun for everyone.
11. Southern Soul Barbecue— 2020 Demere Rd, Saint Simons Island, GA 31522
Another thing Georgia prides itself on is barbecue, and taking your visitor to chow down on that tangy, sweet stuff is a recipe for a good time. Southern Soul has been the go-to place for many when it comes to sinking their teeth into that barbecue goodness.
12. Georgia Aquarium—225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
This public aquarium hold thousands of animals all which reside in 10 million gallons of marine saltwater. Spending the day under the glow of blue, watching the marine life up close is always the top of any Georgia visitor's list.
Did we miss anything? Let us know where you take your visitors! Or if you’re feeling like taking your guests on a road trip, then you may just like
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