What Are Some Tourist Attractions in Georgia?

What Are Some Tourist Attractions in Georgia?

The Georgia State Cotton Museum, Augusta Canal National Heritage Area, Go Fish Education Center, TreeTop Adventure at Callaway Gardens and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are a few tourist attractions in Georgia. Silver Star Steakhouse, Woodfire Grill, Ele Restaurant and Prime Parc Steakhouse are among the state's fine dining options.

The Georgia State Cotton Museum is located in Vienna, and offers tourists a look at the state's long cotton industry history. The museum is located in a 19th century school house. Visitors can explore the cotton planting process and methods for controlling insects, and the museum also houses period artifacts.

The Augusta Canal National Heritage Area features a 11.5-mile historic canal that flows through both urban areas and the countryside. Tourists can take part in a guided tour down the water on replica canal boats. Visitors can view fishing exhibits, go fishing in a stocked pond, see live alligators and play with interactive fishing and boating simulators at the Go Fish Education Center in Perry.

As of 2015, TreeTop Adventure at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain has 10 zip lines that extend from 44 to 700 feet in length. There are an additional 34 challenges with logs, netting and other items.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra presents world-class musicians and performances of classic works by composers such as Bach, Mozart and Beethoven.