Fall is the best time of year to travel the Dahlonega Wine Trail in North Georgia to sample the award-winning fruits of the harvest. And pan for gold!
Jaclyn C. Stevenson writes about MARTA, Atlanta’s subway system and the city it serves.
Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park is the ancestral homeland of the Muscogee Nation, with four generations of prehistoric cultures, and the largest archeological dig in history.
Savannah Georgia. Taking the walking tour and learning about the long history, and the trolley tour that brings out costumed locals…What to do, where to eat and stay.
Allman Brother’s house from 1970-73 was the Big House in Macon Georgia. Today this house is a museum where fans can view musical memorabilia from the popular band.
Historic Savannah Georgia is a beautifully restored southern city famous for history tours, ghosts and stately mansions.
Lunchbox Lore in Georgia, a visit to the Lunchbox Museum and meeting Allen Woodall, who wrote the book about collectible lunchboxes and their history.
The addition of Georgia to the US Civil Rights Trail has added eleven important sites that help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement in the US.
Georgia has had a boom in film and television production in the state, and that has led to a big increase in movie and tv tourism.
On August 21, 2017, Americans will have a unique opportunity to view a complete solar eclipse as it traverses the country — a guide to where to see it happen.
The Hostel in the Forest is a rustic retreat in rural Brunswick, Georgia, where you can swim in a pond, enjoy walks in the woods and eat vegetarian food.
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia, the Okefenokee swamp, on the Floridan border, 400,000 acres, is the largest blackwater swamp in North America.