In the midst of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this joint satisfies hungry guests with tender and moist meats complemented by a selection of sauces. - 3 years ago

Joe's BBQ 3365 E 1st St, Blue Ridge, GA

With more than 30 years of experience winning awards on the national barbecue competition scene, husband and wife team Wiley and Janet McCrary opened their first brick and mortar restaurant in 2008. - 3 years ago

Wiley's Championship BBQ 4700 US Highway 80 E, Ste N(at Islands Expressway), Savannah, GA

Be sure to take your picture with the big pink pig outside! - 3 years ago

Jim's Smokin Que Blairsville, GA

This 125,000-seat track was recently the setting for the Chariot Parade in "Hunger Games: Catching Fire." - 3 years ago

Atlanta Motor Speedway 1500 Tara Pl(U.S. Hig. 19/41), Hampton, GA

This hotel is the Tribute Quarters in “Catching Fire.” The atrium’s full 52-story glass elevators and the hotel’s rooftop are featured in the film. - 3 years ago

Atlanta Marriott Marquis 265 Peachtree Center Ave NE(btwn Baker St. & John Portman Blvd.), Atlanta, GA

This round beach/water venue was ideal as the arena for the Quarter Quell in “Catching Fire.” - 3 years ago

Clayton County International Park 2300 Highway 138 E, Jonesboro, GA

“Catching Fire” made optimal use of the site, dressing it both externally as “The Hob” and using interiors for locations in several other scenes. - 3 years ago

Pullman Train Yard 225 Rogers St NE, Atlanta, GA

The Goat Farm appears as District 12 in several key scenes in “Catching Fire.” - 3 years ago

The Goat Farm Arts Center 1200 Foster St(at Huff Rd), Atlanta, GA

The 1928 Swan House is a star of “Catching Fire” as the site of President Snow’s mansion. - 3 years ago

Atlanta History Center - Swan House 3130 Slaton Dr NW, Atlanta, GA

See how Mayfield products are made on this educational (and fun) behind-the-scenes tour! - 3 years ago

Mayfield Dairy 1160 Broadway Ave. (Hwy. 124), Braselton, GA

Walk down the aisle at this beloved Georgia farm. - 3 years ago

The Barn At Crooked Pines Farm 355 Harmony Rd(Hwy 441), Eatonton, GA

Take a cooking class with the guidance of culinary legend, Chef Darin Sehner! - 3 years ago

700 Drayton Restuarant 700 Drayton St(at E Hall St.), Savannah, GA

Wine + mountains + live music = BLISS. - 3 years ago

Cartecay Vineyards Clear Creek Rd, Ellijay, GA

Their apple pies are just as good (if not better) than grandma's! But don't tell grandma we said that... - 3 years ago

Panorama Orchards Farm Market Ellijay, GA(Hwy 515), Ellijay, GA

Tours are available by appointment only. Call (706)273-3821 to schedule your tour! - 3 years ago

R&A Orchards 5505 Highway 52 E, Ellijay, GA

Stop in for pumpkin season, running October 5-27, 2013! - 3 years ago

Berry Patch Farms 786 Arnold Mill Rd, Woodstock, GA

You haven't lived until you've tried their apple cider donut! - 3 years ago

Mercier Orchards 8660 Blue Ridge Dr, Blue Ridge, GA

Don't miss the Apple Pickin' Jubilee - running through the end of October! - 3 years ago

Hillcrest Orchards 9696 Highway 52 E, Ellijay, GA

Be sure to order the peach ice cream - you'll be glad you did! - 3 years ago

Lane Southern Orchards 50 Lane Rd(at Hwy. 96), Fort Valley, GA

Enjoy $2 house brews every Tuesday night! - 4 years ago

Copper Creek Brewing Co. 140 E Washington St, Athens, GA

This location offers Brewery Tours every Thursday at 5:55pm! - 4 years ago

5 Seasons Brewing Company 5600 Roswell Rd(at The Prado), Sandy Springs, GA

Be sure to take a brewer-led tour. They'll walk you through the entire brewing process! - 4 years ago

JailHouse Brewing Company 8 Cherry St, Hampton, GA

Fun Fact: This building used to be a Methodist Protestant church! - 4 years ago

Wrecking Bar Brewpub 292 Moreland Ave NE(at Austin Ave.), Atlanta, GA

Order the Beer Sampler! It gives you a 4 oz. sample of each and every one of the Cannon Brewpub cold delites, including their root beer. - 4 years ago

The Cannon Brewpub 1041 Broadway(btwn 10th and 11th St), Columbus, GA

Stop by Savannah's only brewpub for a beer flight & a juicy burger! - 4 years ago

Moon River Brewing Company 21 W Bay St(Whitaker), Savannah, GA

Try an Eye Patch Ale & add your tie to the "Tie One On" wall at this new Atlanta brewery! - 4 years ago

Monday Night Brewing 670 Trabert Ave. NW(Howell Mill Rd.), Atlanta, GA

Terrapin Beer Co. is open to the public for tastings every Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. No reservations needed! - 4 years ago

Terrapin Beer Company 265 Newton Bridge Rd(N Chase St), Athens, GA

Buy fresh peaches & cool down with peach ice cream at this family run farm! - 4 years ago

Lane Southern Orchards 50 Lane Rd(at Hwy. 96), Fort Valley, GA

The more than 15 acres of Montaluce's vineyards include varieties of premium grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Sangiovese, and others. - 4 years ago

Montaluce Vinyard and LeVigne Restaurant 501 Hightower Church Rd(at Siloam Church), Dahlonega, GA

The Cartecay Vineyards Tasting Barn features a tasting bar, a sitting area around a wood fire stove, a covered porch, a deck and an events room that can seat up to 45 people! - 4 years ago

Cartecay Vineyards Clear Creek Rd, Ellijay, GA

Grab lunch at the Red Barn Cafe while surrounded by the beautiful North Georgia mountains! - 4 years ago

Tiger Mountain Vineyards 2592 Old 441 S, Tiger, GA

Some of the finest award winning Georgia Wines have been produced at Habersham Vineyards & Winery since 1983. - 4 years ago

Habersham Winery 7025 South Main Street, Helen, GA

Vineyard beauty and history awaits you at the only place TurnerSouth named Best Winery In The South! - 4 years ago

Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery 439 Vineyard Way, Dahlonega, GA

This European-style winery is fashioned after a raised Craftsman-Style cottage! - 4 years ago

Wolf Mountain Vineyards 180 Wolf Mountain Trl(Ridley Rd), Dahlonega, GA

Stop by the tasting room to hear the story behind each wine! The tasting room is opened every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday from noon to 6pm. - 4 years ago

Warm Springs Vineyard and Winery 7227 Roosevelt Hwy, Warm Springs, GA

Fun Fact: Georgia Winery is Georgia's first farm winery! - 4 years ago

Georgia Winery 6469 Battlefield Pkwy, Ringgold, GA

The goal of Fox Winery is to produce wines with a distinct character that go well with traditional Southern cooking! - 4 years ago

Fox Winery Social Circle, GA

Be sure to stop by the Chateau Elan Wine Market for a wine tour and a custom wine label to commemorate your visit! - 4 years ago

Chateau Elan 100 Rue Charlemagne Dr, Braselton, GA

Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh stayed at this legendary Atlanta hotel during the 1939 premiere of "Gone with the Wind." - 4 years ago

Georgian Terrace Hotel 659 Peachtree St NE(at Ponce De Leon Ave), Atlanta, GA

Bricks from the Loew's Grand Theatre, where "Gone with the Wind" premiered in 1939, were used to build this popular Atlanta restaurant. - 4 years ago

Houston's 2166 Peachtree Rd NW(at Colonial Homes Dr.), Atlanta, GA

Stop by the grave of "Gone with the Wind" author, Margaret Mitchell when you visit this famous Atlanta cemetery. - 4 years ago

Oakland Cemetery 248 Oakland Ave SE(at Memorial Dr SE), Atlanta, GA

This Tudor Revival building is where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote her Pulitzer-Prize winning book "Gone With the Wind." - 4 years ago

Margaret Mitchell House 990 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA

"Built in 1839, Stately Oaks Plantation is a Greek Revival antebellum home located in Jonesboro, the land of "Gone with the Wind."" - 4 years ago

Stately Oaks Jonesboro, GA

"The "Gone with the Wind" museum houses an original collection of GWTW movie memorabilia including costumes, screenplays, contracts and more!" - 4 years ago

Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum 18 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA

The Woodbine Crawfish Festival will be held at the Waterfront Park and Riverwalk in Downtown Woodbine May 26-27, 2013! - 4 years ago

The 17th annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival will celebrate Southern Appalachian music, art and culture May 20-21, 2013! - 4 years ago

Dahlonega

There will be family fun for your whole clan at the Annual Blairsville Scottish Festival & Highland Games June 8-9, 2013! - 4 years ago

City of Blairsville

Experience more than 150 bands on outdoor stages and in Athens' renowned clubs during AthFest, a massive four-day event taking place June 19-23, 2013! - 4 years ago

Downtown Alpharetta will come alive with great food & cold beer during their annual Brew Moon SummerFest on June 1, 2013! - 4 years ago

Alpharetta Square Alpharetta, GA

Enjoy live music & delicious hot wings in Woodstock City Park during the Wing & Rock Fest May 31-June 2, 203! - 4 years ago

Woodstock City Park 101 Arnold Mill Rd(Main St), Woodstock, GA

Get ready for music, arts, crafts, food, and fun when the Tifton Turfgrass Festival comes to Fulwood Park on May 4, 2013! - 4 years ago

City of Tifton

Visit downtown Moultrie for their Spring Fling & Backyard BBQ Festival on April 19-20, 2013! - 4 years ago

Downtown Moultrie, GA S Main St(1st Avenue SE), Moultrie, GA

Vidalia is known for being the home of Vidalia onions and the beloved Vidalia Onion Festival! Don't miss the 2013 festival, happening April 18-21! - 4 years ago

Vidalia, GA

Piedmont Park is home to the always popular Atlanta Dogwood Festival! Don't miss the 77th festival April 19-21, 2013! - 4 years ago

Piedmont Park 400 Park Dr NE(Piedmont Ave. NE), Atlanta, GA

Hunger Games fans await the second of the series, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The Swan House marks one of the filming spots for this mega film franchise! - 4 years ago

Atlanta History Center - Swan House 3130 Slaton Dr NW, Atlanta, GA

In addition to being the home of delicious restaurants & adorable shops, Decatur is also the home of "The Vampire Diaries" soundstage! - 4 years ago

Dubbed the "Hollywood of the South," Covington is home to such popular television shows as "The Vampire Diaries," "In the Heat of the Night," and "Dukes of Hazzard." - 4 years ago

Covington, GA Covington, GA

Mystic Grill is the popular hang-out spot for all of the residents of Mystic Falls, the setting for "The Vampire Diaries." It will be open for business in late 2013! - 4 years ago

Mystic Grill 1116 Clark St SW, Covington, GA

We call it Covington Square, but you may know this adorable downtown area as the fictional city of Mystic Falls - the setting for the popular television show "The Vampire Diaries." - 4 years ago

Covington Square Covington, GA

The cast of "The Vampire Diaries" has been known to stop into this popular ice cream shop for a sweet treat! - 4 years ago

Scoops 1131 Church St SE, Covington, GA

Castleberry Hill is also known as "Atlanta’s Hollywood Back Lot." "The Vampire Diaries," "The Walking Dead" and "Teen Wolf" have all been filmed here! - 4 years ago

Castleberry Hill Atlanta, GA

Try the jalapeño cornbread - you won't be sorry! - 4 years ago

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q 1238 Dekalb Ave NE(at Elmira Pl NE), Atlanta, GA

Guests boast the best peach cobbler they've ever tasted! - 4 years ago

Scotts Walk Up Bar B Q 206 N Tennessee St, Cartersville, GA

Scott's BBQ makes their Brunswick stew with thin spaghetti noodles and green peas! - 4 years ago

Scott's Bar-B-Que 425 GA Hwy 87(at Lakeview Church Rd.), Cochran, GA

Stop by for a delcious BBQ biscuit or stick around for lunch for one of their many classic BBQ menu items. - 4 years ago

Hog & Bones BBQ, Tifton, GA 2008 U.S. Highway 82 West(Carpenter Rd), Tifton, GA

Bub-Ba-Q has achieved national recognition for their award winning flavor. The owner and barbecue master, William “Bubba” Latimer is recognized as one of the premier barbecue masters in the country. - 4 years ago

Bub-Ba-Q 10020 Highway 92(at Hwy 5), Woodstock, GA

This is a must have in St. Simons! While they boast the best brunswick stew around, guests say the fried green beans are amazing as well! - 4 years ago

Southern Soul Barbeque 2020 Demere Rd, St. Simons Island, GA

The meat is pit smoked over Hickory and fruitwood and all menu items are prepared fresh daily. Don't forget to save room for their delicious chocolate chip banana pudding! - 4 years ago

Swallow At The Hollow 1072 Green St(Woodstock St), Roswell, GA

The portions are large so come with an appetite! - 4 years ago

Slope's BBQ 1131 N Tennessee St, Cartersville, GA

Stop by for some down home cooking and nightly live blues from Atlanta's finest musicians! - 4 years ago

Fat Matt's Rib Shack 1811 Piedmont Ave NE(at Montgomery Ferry Dr NE), Atlanta, GA

This site commemorates the area where Dr. King was born, lived, worshipped and is now buried. Park Rangers are on site to provide information and conduct programs. - 4 years ago

Dr Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site 450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA

The King Center is the official national and international memorial dedicated to continuing the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through education, training and research. - 4 years ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change 449 Auburn Ave SE(at Jackson St SE), Atlanta, GA

See what life was like in the 1800's and uncover the secrets of the original Underground Atlanta with the Guided History Tour, "From Civil War to Civil Rights." - 4 years ago

Underground Atlanta 50 Upper Alabama St #007, Atlanta, GA

Founded by early 20th Century civil rights orator Rev. C.T. Walker. Notables attended the church to hear Walker's inspiring sermons. - 4 years ago

Tabernacle Baptist Church 1223 Laney-Walker Boulevar, Augusta, GA

Founded in December 1775 by Rev. George Leile, the First African Baptist Church is believed to be the oldest continually active, autonomously developed African-American congregation in North America. - 4 years ago

First African Baptist Church 23 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA

The Augusta Visitor Information Center is the largest in the state. Stop by and answer their daily trivia question for the chance to win a prize! - 4 years ago

Enjoy apple trees from Mercier Orchards and grape vines from Georgia Winery at this North Georgia Visitor Information Center. - 4 years ago

City of Ringgold

Check out the olive trees, black berry bushes and blue berry bushes being installed at the Tallapoosa Vistor Information Center this spring! - 4 years ago

Tallapoosa GA

Stop by Valdosta and check out the grape vines and arbor that is going to be installed this spring! - 4 years ago

Who wouldn't love a chance to sample free Coca Cola products in Sylvania? - 4 years ago

Sylvania, Ga

Ahoy matey! Check out the large ship anchor in front of building at the Savannah Visitor Information Center next time you're in town! - 4 years ago

Savannah Visitor Information Center 1 W River St, Savannah, GA

Plains Visitor Information Center plants wild flowers in the spring and summer and cotton and peanuts in late summer and fall. Don't forget to check out the permanent Jimmy Carter display! - 4 years ago

Plains, Ga Plains, GA, Plains, GA

Lavonia is home to the oversized and hand-painted University of Georgia bulldog. Stop by and get a picture taken with the family! - 4 years ago

Lavonia, GA

Explore the spacious landscaped grounds with covered picnic tables and charcoal grills. Don’t miss seeing the WWII torpedo on display from the neighboring Kings Bay Naval Base. - 4 years ago

City of Kingsland

Stop by and visit for a few great attraction and hotel recommendations around Columbus! - 4 years ago

Columbus, GA Visitors Center 900 Front Ave, Columbus, GA

Paula Deen fans and those just looking for a good southern meal can come to The Lady and Sons for a wide variety of delicious menu options! - 4 years ago

The Lady & Sons 102 W Congress St(Whitaker St.), Savannah, GA

The smothered chicken and mac n' cheese is a must have when visiting the Busy Bee Cafe. Many visitors say it's the best meal they have ever had! - 4 years ago

Busy Bee Cafe 810 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA

Note to first time visitors: be sure to ask for a complimentary pot likker! Don't know exactly what that is? You'll just have to wait and find out! - 4 years ago

Mary Mac's Tea Room 224 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA

Bring your family, friends and neighbors for an all out southern feast at The Dillard House! - 4 years ago

Dillard House Restaurant 768 Franklin St, Dillard, GA

With everything made from scratch, visiting Harris Johnny is a must-do when in Savannah. Stop by for some fried chicked, brunswick stew and fried green tomatoes! - 4 years ago

Johnny Harris BBQ 1651 E Victory Dr, Savannah, GA

From the cocktails to the freshly grilled fish there's something everyone can enjoy at Aubri Lanes in Milledgeville. - 4 years ago

Aubri Lane's 114 S Wayne St, Milledgeville, GA

Atlanta natives and visitors alike come here to enjoy freshly baked jalapeno cornbread, pulled pork and sweet iced tea! - 4 years ago

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q 1238 Dekalb Ave NE(at Elmira Pl NE), Atlanta, GA

Guests have claimed to walk out of here experiencing the best southern hospitality, sweet potato chips and pimento cheese in the state of Georgia! - 4 years ago

Harvest Moon Cafe 234 Broad St, Rome, GA

Diners boast that it's the best BBQ they have ever tasted! A few must-order menu items are the brunswick stew, hoppin' john and smoked turkey. - 4 years ago

Southern Soul Barbeque 2020 Demere Rd, St. Simons Island, GA

Just north of Downtown, Padriacs is a good suburban option for those looking to enjoy good food and a great game. - 4 years ago

Padriac's 2460 Cumberland Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA

If you're in between flight legs and have time to grab a beer and check the score than stop by the Atlanta Hawks Grill and Bar located in Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. - 4 years ago

Atlanta Hawks Bar & Grill Gate A34(ATL Airport), College Park, GA

Jocks and Jills, located inside Phillips Arena, is the place for you If you're looking for a quick bite to eat before, during or after the game! - 4 years ago

Jocks & Jills Sports Grill 1 Galleria Pkwy SE(Cobb Pkwy), Atlanta, GA

Dugan's is a low key hang out for all sports fans! - 4 years ago

Dugan's Tavern 777 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA

Consistently voted, "Best Sports Bar" in Atlanta, STATS serves up a wide vareity of American food, plenty of beer and has wide screen TVs in every direction your head can turn. - 4 years ago

Stats 300 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA

This 18,000 seat staduim is home to the Atlanta Hawks! - 4 years ago

Philips Arena 1 Philips Dr NW(at Centennial Olympic Park Dr), Atlanta, GA

A casual spot for fans to sit back, enjoy wings, beer and, of course, The Atlanta Hawks. - 4 years ago

Taco Mac Sports Grill 933 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA

Founded by early 20th Century civil rights orator Rev. C.T. Walker. Notables who attended the church, included John D. Rockefeller, Booker T. Washington and US president William Howard Taft. - 4 years ago

Tabernacle Baptist Church 1223 Laney-Walker Boulevar, Augusta, GA

Founded in December 1775 by Rev. George Leile, the First African Baptist Church is believed to be the oldest continually active, autonomously developed African-American congregation in North America. - 4 years ago

First African Baptist Church 23 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA

Experience the history of the world's most famous soft drink at the dynamic, multimedia home of the 125 year old secret formula for Coca-Cola. - 4 years ago

World of Coca-Cola 121 Baker Street NW(at Pemberton Place), Atlanta, GA

Don't miss the Corps of Engineers visitors center at the top of the dam, which portrays regional history and natural resources in the area. - 4 years ago

Lake Allatoona Lake Allatoona, Cartersville, GA

The site commemorates the area where Dr. King was born, lived, worshiped and is now buried. Park Rangers are on site to provide information and conduct programs. - 4 years ago

Dr Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site 450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA

Here you will find shopping, dining and recreational activities including a public fishing pier, children's play area and picnic area at Neptune Park. - 4 years ago

St. Simons Island Pier St Simons, GA

Explore cultural treasures and ancient fossils, experience the thrill of a film in the IMAX® Theatre, enjoy science interactives and marvel at the largest dinosaurs ever discovered. - 4 years ago

Fernbank Museum of Natural History 767 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, GA

The Museum of Arts and Sciences is like a trip around the world! Observe animals that live in tropical forests, study the culture of different civilizations & explore the wonders of outer space! - 4 years ago

Museum of Arts and Sciences 4182 Forsyth Rd, Macon, GA

Boaters and anglers will enjoy the parks 265-acre lake, while children can rent pedal boats, play miniature golf and enjoy the Splash Pad water park during summer. - 4 years ago

Little Ocmulgee State Park 80 Live Oak Trail, Helena, GA

With five unique galleries that take you on aquatic adventure around the globe, you are sure to see things you’ve never seen before at the Georgia Aquarium! - 4 years ago

Georgia Aquarium 225 Baker St. NW(at Luckie St.), Atlanta, GA

Take a self-guided tour of the 5,200-acre battlefield and hear an audio tape tell of the three-day conflict that claimed 34,000 Union and Confederate casualties. - 4 years ago

Chickamauga Battlefield Park 3370 Lafayette Rd, Fort Oglethorpe, GA

The property features the historic Ferrell Gardens which are one of the best preserved 19th century gardens in America. - 4 years ago

Hills and Dales Estate Lagrange, GA

Enjoy one of the garden's most unique features, The Fuqua Orchid Center, which includes a High Elevation Orchid House and a Tropical Orchid House. - 4 years ago

Atlanta Botanical Garden 1345 Piedmont Ave. NE(at The Prado NE), Atlanta, GA

Cumberland Island is the largest and southernmost barrier island in Georgia, offering guests over 17 miles of secluded, sandy beaches. Keep your eyes peeled for wild horses and other island wildlife! - 4 years ago

Cumberland Island Cumberland Island National Seashore, St. Marys, GA

Take a canoe, kayak, or bicycle ride along the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area and discover Georgia's beautiful nature along the way. - 4 years ago

Savannah Rapids 3300 Evans to Locks Road, Martinez, GA

Drawing nearly 4 million guests each year, Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most visited attraction! - 4 years ago

Stone Mountain Park 1000 Robert E. Lee Dr., Stone Mountain, GA

At 186-foot high, Toccoa Falls is one of the highest free-falling waterfalls east of the Mississippi. - 4 years ago

Top of Toccoa Falls Toccoa Falls, GA

At 729 feet, Amicalola Falls is the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast. - 4 years ago

Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge 240 Amicalola State Park Road(Georgia Hwy 52), Dawsonville, GA

Located atop Lookout Mountain, Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with more than 400 different native plant species. - 4 years ago

Rock City Gardens 1400 Patten Road(Rock City Trail), Lookout Mountain, GA

Sapelo Island, Georgia is home to the best nature has to offer on Georgia’s coast and is accessible only by boat. - 4 years ago

Sapelo Island, Ga Sapelo Island, GA

This 54-acre site contains six earthen mounds, a plaza, village area, borrow pits and defensive ditch. This is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the Southeastern United States. - 4 years ago

Etowah Indian Mounds Cartersville, GA

Located in the Chattooga Ranger District, these twin waterfalls merge to form Smith Creek and are reached by a scenic .4 mile interpretive trail. - 4 years ago

Anna Ruby Falls 3455 Anna Ruby Falls Rd, Helen, Ga

Springer Mountain is the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail (AT). Three trails converge on this mountaintop, the AT, the Benton MackKaye Trail (BMT), and the AT Approach Trail. - 4 years ago

Appalachian Trail in Georgia 34.5807°N 84.2418°W, Dahlonega, GA

The Sparetime returns this year as the host of Savannah Stopover’s Artist Lounge, the place to be after the shows are over. Happy Hour evening shows will take place downstairs. - 4 years ago

The Sparetime Savannah, GA

The Ships of the Sea North Garden will host Savannah Stopover’s Opening Night Band Poster Exhibition and Concert on Thursday, March 7. - 4 years ago

Ships of the Sea Museum 41 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Savannah, GA

This restaurant offers a large live music venue, game room, bar and will be hosting Savannah Stopover Music Festival shows in the evenings as well as early evening shows on Friday and Saturday. - 4 years ago

Taco Abajo 217 1/2 West Broughton St.(Jefferson), Savannah, GA

With a history dating back over 100 years in Savannah, the Knights of Columbus Hall is housed in a historic Liberty Street mansion. See Ponderosa rock the house on Saturday, March 9th! - 4 years ago

Knights Of Columbus 3 W. Liberty St.(at Bull St.), Savannah, GA

Voted as "The Best Place to Hear Live Music," The Jinx makes for the perfect Savannah Stopover venue! Don't miss performances from The People's Temple & Country Mice on Friday, March 8th! - 4 years ago

The Jinx 127 W Congress St(Barnard St), Savannah, GA

Be sure to check out the Ufizzi Gallery, on exhibit till just after Savannah Stopover. The Jepson Center will host Jonathan Toubin’s Soul Clap and Dance off on Saturday, March 9. - 4 years ago

Telfair Museums' Jepson Center 207 West York St, Savannah, GA

Order a famous Hangfire Scorpion Tea & enjoy performances from Blessed Feathers, Moon King and more at this Whitaker Street bar. - 4 years ago

HangFire 37 Whitaker St.(Congress St.), Savannah, GA

This iconic Savannah park will host Athens-based musicmakers, of Montreal, in their first EVER appearance in Savannah on Friday March 8th! - 4 years ago

Forsyth Park Drayton St(btwn Gaston & Park St), Savannah, GA

Choose from 121 bourbons while you’re up close and personal to the indoor stage watching such great Stopover Acts as the Atlanta-based band, Little Tybee! - 4 years ago

Congress Street Social Club 411 W. Congress St.(Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.), Savannah, GA

Club One is Savannah’s #1 dance club and the home of The Lady Chablis. It’s also The Lady’s Birthday Show on Saturday, March 9, so you may just see her there... - 4 years ago

Club One 1 Jefferson St., Savannah, GA

B&D Burgers is home to 2 large bars on 2 floors and a 4000 sq, ft. open air patio (unique in Savannah). Don't miss Massachussets-based band, You Won't, perform at B&D on Thursday at 10pm! - 4 years ago

B&D Burgers 209 W Congress St, Savannah, GA

Named "The Hippest Hotel in Savannah,” The Thunderbird Inn is a 1964 vintage roadside hotel located less than a hop, skip and a jump away from all of the Savannah Stopover venues. - 4 years ago

Thunderbird Inn 611 W. Oglethorpe Ave(at MLK Jr BLVD), Savannah, GA

Dowdell's Knob in Pine Mountain was a favorite spot for picnicking and quiet thought for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. - 4 years ago

Dowdell's Knob Shiloh, GA

This park is deeply rooted in the historical era of four-time President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Roosevelt built his Little White House in nearby Warm Springs, GA. - 4 years ago

Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park 2970 GA Hwy 190, Pine Mountain, GA

Hoping to find a cure within the warm springs of Georgia for the polio that had struck former President Franklin Roosevelt, he built the Little White House in 1921. - 4 years ago

Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site 401 Little White House Rd, Warm Springs, GA

Thomas Woodrow Wilson lived with his family in Augusta for nearly 13 years. President Wilson spent more years in this Presbyterian manse (1860-1870) than in any other dwelling place. - 4 years ago

The Boyhood Home Of Woodrow Wilson 419 7th St(at Telfair St), Augusta, GA

Completed in 1889, the Georgia Capitol remains one of the most impressive buildings in the state and offers visitors a unique experience in exploring Georgia both past and present. - 4 years ago

Georgia State Capitol 206 Washington St SW(at Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW), Atlanta, GA

Guests are invited to "See America's Story" through contemporary Western artwork, Presidential portraits and more. - 4 years ago

Booth Western Art Museum 501 Museum Drive(Church Street), Cartersville, GA

This Museum features national traveling exhibits and the permanent exhibits that highlight Carter's early years, life at the White House, wonderful state gifts and key issues of the Carter Presidency. - 4 years ago

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum 441 Freedom Pkwy, Atlanta, GA

This park preserves the key sites and structures associated with Jimmy Carter during his life span. - 4 years ago

Built in 1968 and located on 18 acres of wooded grounds in northwest Atlanta, the Greek Revival style house has 30 rooms and is home to Governor Nathan Deal and his wife, First Lady Sandra Deal. - 4 years ago

Georgia Governor's Mansion 391 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA

Experience a bit of nostalgia and learn more about the childhood of our 39th President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate by participating in guided walking tours of the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm. - 4 years ago

Enjoy regional fare from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport's first upscale dining experience at One Flew South. - 4 years ago

One Flew South Terminal E(at Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport), Atlanta, GA

From the same people who opened One Flew South and Sweet Georgia's Juke Joint, Jekyll Island Seafood boasts high quality, fresh seafood for those passing through! - 4 years ago

With locations all over Atlanta, Goldberg's is a favorite for traditional Jewish recipes, specialty bagels, soups and more! - 4 years ago

Goldberg's Bagel 6000 N Terminal Pky(near gate A15), Atlanta, GA

An Atlanta favortie, Cafe Intermezzo offers specialty desserts, coffee and cocktails. Perfect for that sweet treat you have been craving since take off! - 4 years ago

Café Intermezzo Concourse B(Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport), Atlanta, GA

This is the perfect place to grab a beer, relax and watch the game while you wait to jet off. - 4 years ago

Budweiser Brewhouse at Concourse A(ATL Airport), Atlanta, GA

Visit Brews and Blues and enjoy their specialty sandwiches such as Beef Brisket, Turkey, Pork or Chicken. This is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the authentic food and spirit of Atlanta! - 4 years ago

Brews & Blues Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport(Concourse C), Atlanta, GA

Looking for business casual eating that's bound to please all taste buds? Check out Atlanta Chop House for steaks, burgers and brews. - 4 years ago

Atlanta Chophouse Brewery 6000 N Terminal Pkwy(ATL Airport), Atlanta, GA

The Watkinsville City Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Oconee County with graves that date back to the early 1800s. - 4 years ago

Watkinsville City Cemetery Watkinsville, GA

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rose Hill Cemetery is one of the oldest surviving public cemetery/parks in the United States. - 4 years ago

Rose Hill Cemetery 1054 Jones St(Riverside Dr), Macon, Ga

More than 1,000 unidentified Confederate soldiers who died in the Battle of Jonesboro rest here. The headstones are arranged to form the shape of the Confederate battle flag. - 4 years ago

Confederate Cemetery Jonesboro, GA

Oconee Hill Cemetery was purchased in 1855 by the city of Athens when further burials were prohibited in the old town cemetery on land owned by the University of Georgia. - 4 years ago

Oconee Hill Cemetery 297 Cemetery St, Athens, GA

During 1863 and 1864, 269 confederate soldiers were buried here and a section of the Cemetery honors these soldiers. - 4 years ago

Oak Hill Cemetery Jefferson Street(Jackson Street), Newnan, GA

Here, you will find much of the history of Camden County recorded under the huge oak trees sheltering this historic cemetery. A Soldier from every War is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery. - 4 years ago

Established in 1857, Myrtle Hill Cemetery consists of 32 acres and six levels where over 20,000 people are laid to rest. Myrtle Hill was very instrumental in the Siege of Rome. - 4 years ago

Mount Hope Cemetery is most famously known for some "Slot and Tab" grave markers, found only in this part of the country. - 4 years ago

Mt. Hope Cemetary Dahlonega, GA

Originally called Cemetery Square, Memory Hill was designated as one of the four public squares of twenty acres each in the Millegeville town plan of 1803. - 4 years ago

Memory Hill Gravesite of Flannery O'Connor, Milledgeville, GA

This is a historic cemetery which was created in 1866 to bury the Union dead from Resaca to Kennesaw Mountain. It contains over 17,000 graves including the dead from subsequent wars. - 4 years ago

Marietta National Military Cemetery 300 Washington Ave NE(Cole St NE), Marietta, GA

This 60-acre cemetery is the resting place for more than 500 Confederate soldiers and 7 generals, as well as notables from the period. - 4 years ago

Oakland Cemetery is an 48-acre hilly area in the southeastern section of Atlanta which contains the city's oldest extant burial grounds. - 4 years ago

Oakland Cemetery 248 Oakland Ave SE(at Memorial Dr SE), Atlanta, GA

Of the one hundred and fifty-five Confederate soldiers who died in the improvised hospitals in Barnesville, 84 lie in graves left unknown. - 4 years ago

Confederate Cemetery Jonesboro, GA

Over 300 soldiers from every state in the Confederacy are buried in this Miller Street cemetery. Master bridge builder and former slave Horace King is buried just outside the cemetery. - 4 years ago

Confederate Cemetery Lagrange, GA

Several burials took place around the time Cass County was formed, on a hill east of the town of Cassville. This plot became Old Cassville Cemetery. - 4 years ago

Cassville Cemetery Cartersville, GA

Andersonville National Historic Site pays tribute to all American prisoners of war. The park features the Andersonville National Cemetery. - 4 years ago

General James Longstreet, one of Lee's finest commanders, is buried here. He was born in Augusta and made his last home in Gainesville. - 4 years ago

Alta Vistas Cemetery 521 Jones St, Gainesville, GA

Children can grab a brush and begin wiping away the sand to uncover fossils of all shapes and sizes at Tellus Museum! - 4 years ago

Tellus Science Museum 100 Tellus Drive, Cartersville, GA

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places and one of the few antebellum homes with Italianate elements remaining in the Athens area. - 4 years ago

Lyndon House 293 Hoyt St., Athens, GA

This Greek Revival home was built as a grand summer retreat and served as collegiate home of Henry W. Grady who is credited with establishing the view of the New South after the Civil War. - 4 years ago

Taylor-Grady House 634 Prince Ave., Athens, GA

This Greek Revival home was built in 1811 and purchased in 1830 by Dr. Elijah Evans Jones, a prominent physician in Madison. - 4 years ago

Heritage Hall Madison, GA

The most expensive 19th century house in Savannah, its unique crenellated parapet and “oriel” windows add to the gothic flavor. - 4 years ago

Green-Meldrim House 14 W Macon St(Bull St), Savannah, GA

Bulloch Hall was built in 1839 by Major James Stephens Bulloch, one of Roswell's first settlers and the grandson of Georgia’s Revolutionary Governor, Archibald Bulloch. - 4 years ago

Bulloch Hall 180 Bulloch Ave.(at Marietta Hwy), Roswell, GA

The first superintendent of the Georgia Military Institute, Colonel Arnoldus V. Brumby, built this lovely Greek revival style house in 1851. - 4 years ago

Brumby Hall & Gardens 472 Powder Springs St., Marietta, GA

The Stetson-Sanford House house was built in 1825 in the Milledgeville Federal style by local architect, John Marlor. - 4 years ago

Brown Stetson Sanford House 601 West Hancock St, Milledgeville, GA

Thomas Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States, lived with his family in this Augusta home for nearly 13 years between 1858 and 1870. - 4 years ago

The Boyhood Home Of Woodrow Wilson 419 7th St(at Telfair St), Augusta, GA

The Juliette Low Birthplace was the FIRST National Historic Landmark in Savannah. Home of Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girl Scouts. - 4 years ago

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, National Historic Landmark 10 East Oglethorpe Ave(at Bull Street), Savannah, GA

Dates from 1917, with the federal acquisition of sixty acres of the battlefield surrounding Cheatham's Hill, the battle in June 1864 marks some of the heaviest fighting of the Atlanta campaign. - 4 years ago

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park 900 Kennesaw Mountain Dr.(at Old 41 & Stilesboro Rd), Kennesaw, GA

The Battle of Allatoona Pass was fought October 5, 1864 as part of the Franklin-Nashville Campaign. - 4 years ago

Allatoona Pass Battlefield and Trail 665 Old Allatoona Rd SE, Cartersville, GA

This battle in Rossville, Georgia was the final fight for control of Chattanooga, Tennessee. - 4 years ago

Missionary Ridge Chattanooga, TN

The Battle of Rocky Face Ridge was fought May 7–13, 1864, in Whitfield County, Georgia, during the Atlanta Campaign. Confederates were forced to evacuate their strong position due to a Union flanking. - 4 years ago

Rocky Top Ridge Trail Dahlonega, GA

The Battle of Ringgold Gap was fought November 27, 1863. The Confederate victory gave the artillery and wagon trains of the Army of Tennessee safe passage. - 4 years ago

Ringgold Gap Civil War Marker Nashville St, Ringgold, GA

The Battle of Gilgal Church that took place on June 15, 1864, was one of several small battles fought in Cobb in the weeks prior to the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. - 4 years ago

The Battle of Forts Jackson and St. Philip in April 1862 was the decisive battle for possession of New Orleans in the American Civil War. - 4 years ago

Fort Jackson Savannah, Georgia

This site was was where a few hundred Arkansas troops held off Union Forces trying to the scale the western slope of the mountain during the Civil War. - 4 years ago

Visit the Stone Mountain Museum to learn more about the mountain's carving, the Civil War and the open air Antebellum Plantation and Farmyard. - 4 years ago

Stone Mountain Park 1000 Robert E. Lee Dr., Stone Mountain, GA

This museum provides visitors with a unique perspective into the strategic and economic use of railroads during and after the Civil War. - 4 years ago

Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History 2829 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA

The house derives its name from the three main owners that dwelled there: John Stiles Holliday, Solomon Dawson Dorsey and Robert E. Lee Fife. - 4 years ago

Holliday Dorsey Fife Museum Fayetteville, GA

This scenic park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy. - 4 years ago

Fort McAllister State Park Fort McAllister Rd(GA-144), Richmond Hill, GA

This is the oldest and largest Civil War Park and commemorates the Battle of Chickamauga, which took place in September of 1863. - 4 years ago

The Cannonball House is an authentic 1853 home of Greek revival architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the House was made famous when it was struck by Federal artillery. - 4 years ago

The Cannonball House 856 Mulberry St., Macon, GA

Each April Booth Western Art Museum partners with Bartow History Museum to present Civil War Comes Alive, a commemoration of the Civil War. - 4 years ago

Booth Western Art Museum 501 Museum Drive(Church Street), Cartersville, GA

Visitors can enjoy geocaching, fishing and boating while also learning about a key officer in the American Civil War. - 4 years ago

AH Stephens State Park Crawfordville, GA

Opened in 1962, the National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus displays the wooden hulls of two Confederate gunboats that had been destroyed near the end of the war to prevent enemy capture. - 4 years ago

National Civil War Naval Museum 1002 Victory Drive(Lumpkin Blvd), Columbus, GA

The fort was restored as a historic site for the public in the late 1930s through funding provided by automotive pioneer Henry Ford. - 4 years ago

Fort McAllister State Park Fort McAllister Rd(GA-144), Richmond Hill, GA

Built in the 1830s and 1840s on Cockspur Island, this masonry fort was designed to defend Savannah. - 4 years ago

Fort Pulaski N32° 01.680 W080° 53.525, Savannah, GA

Dates from 1917, with the federal acquisition of sixty acres of the battlefield surrounding Cheatham's Hill, the battle in June 1864 marks some of the heaviest fighting of the Atlanta campaign. - 4 years ago

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park 900 Kennesaw Mountain Dr.(at Old 41 & Stilesboro Rd), Kennesaw, GA

"Turning Point: The American Civil War" ranks among the nation's largest Civil War exhibitions with 1,400 objects including artifacts, manuscripts, uniforms and weapons. - 4 years ago

Atlanta History Center 130 West Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA

The largest painting in the country and one of only two cycloramas depicts a view of the Civil War battle from just inside the Fifteenth Corps lines at about 4:30 p.m. on July 22, 1864. - 4 years ago

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA

Opened in 1962, the National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus displays the wooden hulls of two Confederate gunboats that had been destroyed near the end of the war to prevent enemy capture. - 4 years ago

National Civil War Naval Museum 1002 Victory Drive(Lumpkin Blvd), Columbus, GA