The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Sutton's Corner Frontier Store Museum, Flint River Wildlife Management Area and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are a few places to visit in Georgia. Additional attractions include Jittery Joe's Coffee Roaster, Steed's Dairy, Engelheim Vineyards and the Tater Patch Farm.Continue Reading
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is located in Columbus, and it features exhibits dedicated to American infantry members and collections of military artifacts. The grounds also house an IMAX theater and the Fife and Drum Restaurant.
The Fernbank Museum of Natural History is in Atlanta, and has fossils and cultural artifacts on display. Sutton's Corner Frontier Store Museum in Fort Gaines has a large collection of old artifacts and structures, including wooden cash registers, an antique post office and a gristmill. Visitors need to schedule appointments to visit the museum.
Vienna's Flint River Wildlife Management Area offers 2,300 acres of outdoor habitat for deer, turkey and other wildlife. Visitors can use the land for hunting, camping or wildlife viewing.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra offers seasonal performances of the works of great composers, such as Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, and also offers a venue to see some of the world's great performers. The orchestra has produced a number of recordings.Learn more about Geography