Classic South Tour

See the sights from movies and television shows that feature Southern culture and attractions.

Oak Hill

Historic Oak Hill, a Georgia historic landmark and the home of Berry College founder Martha Berry, plays the part of Melanie's (Reese Witherspoon) pretend Alabama home in?"Sweet Home Alabama."

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The Temple

Site of the infamous 1958 Temple Bombing, this historic Atlanta synagogue is shown as Jessica Tandy's place of worship in "Driving Miss Daisy," though in the film the bombing takes place in the late 1960s. In reality, the bombing was in retaliation for the outspoken civil rights...

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Druid Hills Neighborhood

822 Lullwater Road in the historic Druid Hills neighborhood of Atlanta was Jessica Tandy's home in the film "Driving Miss Daisy." The home is privately owned, but a drive down Lullwater, Springdale and Oakdale roads in Druid Hills will look very familiar to fans of the film.

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Agnes Scott College

The picturesque campus of this women's liberal arts college has played numerous roles in film and TV productions, including Alan Alda's "The Four Seasons," "Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius" and as the main location for Wes Craven's "Scream 2." Tyler Perry's "Single Moms...

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Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain is the world's largest piece of exposed granite, and it is the centerpiece of the 3,200-acre Stone Mountain Park. With miles of walking and jogging trails, a beach, golf, paddle boats, a train and much more, the park is a popular destination for families across...

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Unique in the state for its large number of restored antebellum homes, Madison retains the charm of the old South. It was the hometown of television's Bedford Family in the early 1990s series "I'll Fly Away." Scenes from "My Cousin Vinny"?and "Road Trip" were also filmed in...

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Located 90 miles east of Atlanta, Crawfordville retains the look of an early 1900s Southern town. More than 13 films have used Crawfordville as a location, including 2009's "Get Low" and 1994's "The Neon Bible." Not only did "Sweet Home Alabama" feature main street in its...

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Jasper County Courthouse

Yes, this is where the famous "two yutes" line was shot as Joe Pesci defends his nephew in 1991's "My Cousin Vinny."

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Whistle Stop Café

Juliette, Georgia, is home to the original Whistle Stop Caf? and other locations featured in the classic Southern film "Fried Green Tomatoes." The caf? is open daily from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Mercer Williams House Museum

Based on the best-selling book, the 1996 Clint Eastwood-directed film?"Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"?tells the story of the shooting of Danny Hansford by prominent Savannah resident John Williams in his home, Mercer House. Williams would go on to become the only person...

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Chippewa Square

The original bench Tom Hanks (as "Forrest Gump") rests on with his box of chocolates at the edge of Chippewa Square in Savannah now resides in the Savannah History Museum. But the square remains a popular destination for visitors, both film and history buffs. There is seating, and...

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Savannah History Museum

The original bench Tom Hanks (as "Forrest Gump") rests on with his box of chocolates at the edge of Chippewa Square in Savannah now resides in the Savannah History Museum. It is located within the Visitor Information Center? inside the old Central of Georgia Railway passenger shed...

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