For those unfamiliar with the great and beautiful south, Georgia is one of those destinations that people should head to so they can take in what Southern life has to offer. Georgia, which borders the Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, is, unsurprisingly rich in breathtaking scenery. It’s also holds interesting history and plenty of locals are there to greet you with a smile on their face! But what do you need to see on your next trip to Georgia? Here are a few tips:
The World Of Coca-Cola
Unsurprisingly, this is a museum dedicated to anything and everything Coca-Cola. This 28-acre complex opened back in 2007, and while there are many locations across the US, such as Las Vegas, the one you really have to see is in Atlanta. And if you really want to see what Atlanta has in store, it’s worth getting a hotel in north Atlanta, Georgia, so you are close enough to the action. The museum dedicated to Coca-Cola is, while, understandably, a very sugary experience, it’s incredibly interesting. Explore the entire story from its humble beginnings to its world-dominating brand, and with opportunities to get a guided tour, as well as meet the Coca-Cola polar bear, you won’t certainly come away with a bad taste in your mouth!
Stone Mountain Park
Far from it’s being just a mountain; this attraction boasts 3,200 acres of sheer wonderment. It’s hardly a surprise that Stone Mountain Park is the state’s most visited attraction. And for every member of the family, young, old, and in between, there’s something to cater to all tastes. It’s not just about watching the amazing live shows as well as getting some shopping and fine dining under your belt, you can actually learn a little bit of history. Look at the faces carved into the mountains, and you will catch a glimpse of some of the major players in American history. And in addition to this, if you’re after a bit of fun, there are so many attractions, from The Great Barn to the Antebellum Plantation & Farmyard, as well as The Great Locomotive Chase Adventure Golf!
Head over to St. Simons Island, and you need to tick Neptune Park off your list. This public park offers opportunities for a nice relax, evening strolls to keep you fit and healthy, as well as plenty of things to see and do. If you have children, they can take advantage of the playground and the parents can take advantage of the warm ocean breezes. It’s a place where you can go and relax, but also take the opportunity to witness the beauty that surrounds.
Hearse Ghost Tours
It does what it says on the tin! You are going on guided tours with a hearse! In fact, has been made into a convertible, and gives you the opportunity to listen to a good old fashioned ghost story (which may or may not be true)!
If you haven’t had Georgia on your mind before, you most certainly will now!