Index by name of Roadside Georgia stops


 
Adairsville Depot
Railroad Station now a Georgia Welcome Center

Allatoona Lake Visitor's Center
Museum that highlights the Battle of Allatoona Pass and the Army Corps of Engineers.

Allatoona Pass Battlefield
Start of the last Confederate offense of the Civil War

Alta Vista (Altavista) Cemetery
Cemetery with James Longstreet, Astronaut Sonny Carter, and 2 governors

Zoo Atlanta
Nationally recognized animal habitat in Grant Park

Babyland General Hospital
Birthplace of Cabbage Patch Dolls

Barnsley Gardens
Golf destination with a rich history; site of a Civil War Battlefield

The Big Chicken
1960's Americana

Big Red Apple
Statue built in honor of Habersham County's Apple Crop

Blunt House
Union Hospital

Bonaventure Cemetery
Final resting place for many of Georgia's founders and politicians

Brasstown Bald
Georgia's Highest Point

Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame Museum
Witness the exciting history of the Atlanta Braves

Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad
Railroad from Blue Ridge to McCaysville

Bulloch Hall
Home of Mittie Bulloch, mother of Teddy Roosevelt

Cagle's Dairy
Dairy Farm

Carter Library and Museum
Presidential Library and museum covering the life of the only U. S. President from the state of Georgia

Cassville Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery home to 300 Unknown soldiers

Cass Station
Site of an old rail station

Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park
Battlefield that is the site of the bloodiest two days of American History

Chieftains Musuem / Major Ridge Home
Home of Cherokee Chief Major Ridge and a museum about American Indians in the Southeast

Christ Church (Christ Episcopal Church)
Historic church near Fort Frederica

Jenkins County Courthouse
Courthouse in Millen, Jenkins County, northwest of Savannah

Newton County Courthouse
Located in Covington, Georgia

Jonesboro Confederate Cemetery
Small Confederate Cemetery with the grave of a Confederate Medal of Honor awardee

Clock Tower
Water Tower built after the Civil War

Cockspur Lighthouse
Lighthouse in the Savannah River

Coca-Cola bottle at Turner Field
Coke bottle created with baseball items

Cooper's Iron Works
Historic Iron furnance destroyed by Gen. Sherman

Crown Gardens & Archives
Mill, gardens and archive

Cartersville Depot
Western and Atlantic Railroad Depot

The Cyclorama
Panoramic painting of the Battle of Atlanta

Dalton Cemetery (West Hill)
Confederate Cemetery and Monument

Dalton W&A Depot
Western & Atlantic Railroad depot, now home to the Dalton Depot Restaurant

Relief Map at Dalton
Pocket Park

Dillard House
Historic Restaurant

Dragonslayer
Statue of St. George (the Dragonslayer) and the Dragon

Dreamland Barbecue
Rib Shack

Dug Gap Battle Park
Civil War Battle Park

Eagle Tavern
Tavern

Elder's Mill Covered Bridge
Town Lattice Covered Bridge built in 1897

Etowah River Bridge
Western and Atlantic Railroad bridge pillars

Etowah Indian Mounds State Park
Home to prehistoric Indians

Euharlee Covered Bridge (also called the Lowry Covered Bridge)
19th century Covered Bridge

Fort Frederica
Brick and tabby fort on the southeast coast of Georgia, built to defend the colonies against Spain

Old Fort Jackson
Fort on the Savannah River, east of the city

Fort Hawkins
Partial recreation of a frontier fort

Fort Pulaski
Third System fort protecting the Savannah River

Fort Yargo State Park
Fort from 1792, now a major camping facility between Athens and Atlanta

Fort McAllister State Park
State Park on Ogeechee River

Fort Norton
Civil War fort

Funk Heritage Center
Distinctive museum that traces both Indian and settler cultures in North Georgia

Georgia Music Hall of Fame
From the birth of country music and gospel, to blues, rock n' roll and urban, the hall of fame highlights contributions of Georgians to the industry

Dahlonega Gold Museum
Journey back to antebellum Georgia, and America's first major gold rush

John B. Gordon Hall
Former Academy that Governor and Civil War General John B. Gordon attended

Gordon-Lee Mansion
Historic Bed and Breakfast that was the HQ for Union General Rosecrans

Georgia Guidestones
America's Stonehenge

Gone With The Wind Movie Museum
Tells the story of the movie Gone With The Wind

Harry's Farmers Market
Upscale grocery shopping

Hay House
Antebellum Mansion

Fort Hollingsworth
Fort from the late 1700, now a home.

Joseph E. Johnston Statue
Only statue of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston

Kennesaw Civil War Museum
Home of the General

Kennesaw House
Building

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Old friends William T. Sherman and Joseph E. Johnston battle for control of Marietta, Georgia

Kettle Creek battlefield
Battlefield of the American Revolution

Peter Kolb's Farm
Preserved farmhouse built in the 1830's.

Lee and Gordon's Mill
Antebellum Grist Mill that was a landmark during the Battle of Chickamauga

Marietta Square (Glover Park)
Multi-acre gem in Downtown Marietta

Marietta Confederate Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery adjacent to Marietta City Cemetery

Marietta National Cemetery
Cemetery

Market House
Publically owned and centrally located in downtown, this is the last remaining place where slaves were sold in Georgia

The Martha Berry Museum
Museum that retells the story of Berry College and its founder

Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art
Fine Art Museum

Midway Cemetery
Historic cemetery dating to 1754

Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum
Takes visitors through the history of the distinguished Air Force Group

Margaret Mitchell House
Home where Gone With the Wind was written

Moon's Station
Site of old rail station

Marietta Museum of History
Museum

Myrtle Hill
Picturesque Cemetery that contains the grave of First Lady Ellen Wilson

New Echota State Park
Only capital city of the Cherokee before they were forced west on the Trail of Tears

Noble Brothers Foundry
Cannon Manufacturer

Nora Mill
First Mill on the Chattahoochee River

Oak Hill
Martha Berry's home and estate

Oakland Cemetery
City Cemetery with the graves of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, and many Atlanta notables

Ocmulgee Indian Mounds
Prehistoric Indian Mounds from the early Mississippian era

Oostanaula River Bridge
Pillars built in 1845, still in use today

Phillips Arena
Born on the site of the Omni, Phillips Arena now hosts the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers and world-class concerts

Point Park, Lookout Mountain
Civil War Battlefield

Poole's Mill Covered Bridge
Covered Bridge across Settindown Creek

Prater's Mill
Grist Mill and Heritage Festival (in October)

Rome Area History Museum
Museum that highlights Rome, Georgia's extensive history

Ray's On The River
Brunch at Ray's is a Sunday tradition throughout Atlanta

Red Top Mountain State Park
Popular State Park on Lake Allatoona

Resaca Cemetery
Confederate Cemetery begun by two young girls after the Battle of Resaca

Resaca Map
Pocket Park with a description of the Battle of Resaca

Ringgold Depot
Antebellum Railroad depot on the Western and Atlantic Railroad, now home to the Ringgold Opry

Relief Map at Ringgold
Pocket Park that contains an overview of the start of the Atlanta Campaign

Rock City
Natural attraction that features incredible scenic views, rock gardens and a hike.

Rock Eagle Effigy Mound
Prehistoric Indian Mound in the shape of an eagle

Rome Depot
Railroad depot

Root House
Modest, middle class home of Druggist William Root

Roselawn Museum
Reverend Sam Jones' home

Ross House
Home of John Ross, first leader of the Cherokee Nation

Roswell Mill
Complex including both a cotton and woolen mill

Sixes Mill
Heavily photographed Grist Mill visible from the roadway

Skylift at Stone Mountain Park
Carries visitors to the top of Stone Mountain for the best view of the sculpture

Smith House
Historic eating establishment and lodging

Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History
Centers on Glover Locomotive and the Great Locomotive Chase

Historic Squares of Savannah
Centerpiece of downtown Savannah, the squares offer a look into the city's history

Southeastern Railroad Museum
Museum that includes real railroad cars and engines

Stonepile Gap
Grave of Cherokee Princess Trahlyta

Stovall Bridge
Covered Bridge on the road to Clayton

St. Simons Lighthouse
One of five remaining lighthouses of Georgia's Coast

Swallow at the Hollow
Barbeque restaurant

Tarleton Oaks
Bed and Breakfast with a unique Gone With The Wind theme

Track Rock
Prehistoric Petroglyphs created by Woodlands Indians

Tour of Turner Field
Visit the clubhouse, pressbox, dugout, bullpen and Sky Field

Tybee Depot
Historic railroad depot from Tybee Island, Georgia

Union County Courthouse Museum
Early county courthouse, now a museum and home to the Union County Historical Society

Watson Mill Bridge State Park
Park whose centerpiece is a covered bridge built in 1895

Wilder Tower
Tallest monument at Chickmauga National Military Park.

Elisha Winn House
Home to early Gwinnett County resident and the county's first Courthouse

Woodbridge Inn
Historic restaurant serving continental cusine

World of Coca Cola
Tells the story of Coca-cola, from its invention as a fountain drink.

Wormsloe Plantation
Fort and home built by Noble Jones, an original Georgia settler

Yen Ching Chinese Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant

 

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