Sightseeing in Georgia

Up to 60% Off Historical or Ghost Tour from The Savannah Walks

The Savannah Walks

Downtown Savannah

$36 $18

Guides shepherd groups through Savannah’s historical sites and induce shivers with tales of hauntings, exorcisms, and Gullah superstitions

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force – Up to 50% Off

National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force

Pooler

$20 $10

(169)

Museum chronicles Mighty Eighth Air Force's legacy with stunning exhibits and a combat gallery with a B-17 bomber, currently being restored

Up to $48.80 Off at Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium

Downtown

$71.90 $49

Explore gigantic exhibits filled with whale sharks, manta rays, and sea otters, along with an interactive dolphin show and a 4-D theater

Up to 51% Off Visits to the High Museum of Art Atlanta

High Museum of Art Atlanta

Midtown

$39 $19

(700)

Thousands of art pieces in a light-filled gallery offer something for everyone, including a gallery of imaginative mid-century car designs

Up to 51% Off Visits to the High Museum of Art Atlanta

High Museum of Art Atlanta

Midtown

$39 $19

(700)

Thousands of art pieces in a light-filled gallery offer something for everyone, including a gallery of imaginative mid-century car designs

Marietta Museum of History – Up to 51% Off Visit or Party

Marietta Museum of History

Downtown Marietta

$14 $8

Four galleries filled with artifacts team up with rotating exhibits and aviation wing to honor history of Marietta and Cobb Counties

50% Off Bi-Plane Flight in Kennesaw, GA

Bi-Plane Adventures, Inc.

North Atlanta Georgia

$178.20 $89

Passengers feel the breeze in the open-cockpit vintage bi-plane, flown by an FAA-certified pilot over Lake Allatona and Red Top Mountain

Up to 68% Off at Emerald Princess II Casino

Emerald Princess Casino

Jekyll Island

$30 $10

Aboard four decks of a cruise ship, guests can gamble, eat dinner, and take in ocean breezes

Up to 49% Off at The Children's Museum of Atlanta

The Children's Museum of Atlanta

Downtown

$25.50 $14

(147)

Hands-on exhibits geared toward kids ages 8 and younger include a farm-to-table zone, walls to paint, and little cranes to operate

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Since banding together in 1979, the historians at Atlanta Preservation Center have helped ward off packs of angry bulldozers from more than 175 endangered buildings. Working alongside local government, businesses, and community leaders, the preservation team has saved elaborate structures including the Peters House and Winecoff Hotel. In addition, its headquarters—the 1856 Grant Mansion in Grant Park—is one of just three antebellum houses left in Atlanta and the team is currently working to restore the building to its architecturally accurate origins. When it isn’t keeping delicate treasures from crumbling, the Atlanta Preservation Center leads walking tours of historic areas and tells embarrassing stories from the days when the city’s buildings were just a bunch of baby bricks.

127 Peachtree Street Northeast
Atlanta,
GA
US

The opening scene of Forrest Gump follows a feather as it floats above Savannah's rooftops, a view seen from the Sorrel-Weed House, where the scene was filmed. Completed between 1839 and 1840, the now-iconic building was distinguished as a state landmark in 1954—only the second house in Georgia to receive that honor. Today, during historic tours, guests patter down the same corridors where onetime houseguest General Robert E. Lee once practiced hacky sack, or track spirits during ghostly explorations of the home's creepy quarters. Southern history pervades each visit as guests catch glimpses of the house’s antique decor and Greek revival architecture.

6 West Harris Street
Savannah,
GA
US

The third annual Antebellum Trail Pilgrimage offers patrons the chance to unearth the past with myriad events and activities scattered throughout seven historic communities: Athens, Watkinsville, Madison, Eatonton, Milledgeville, Old Clinton, and Macon. The 100-mile trail zigzags pilgrims from city to city, offering self-guided excursions ideal for self-directed murmurs of informational tidbits. The events, museum visits, private tours of historic homes, and other activities featured in the five-day pilgrimage itinerary give visitors a glimpse of historic Georgia. Pass-holders also have access to authentic battle sites, where they can trace the steps of soldiers and reenact bayonet-limbo contests. Most locations are open, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

161 West Clinton Street
Gray,
GA
US

The Southern Trilogy of historic homes in Roswell includes Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall, and Smith Plantation. Together they tell the authentic story of the American South. Each of the locations interprets the unique experiences of the families who cherised them.

535 Barrington Drive
Roswell,
GA
US

Spread across 80 acres of saunter-friendly sod, the Atlanta Bike Festival draws motorcycle maniacs, blues and rock buffs, and adventurous aficionados alike. The festival hosts an array of domestic, foreign, and custom choppers all agleam in the Marietta sun, along with gear and accessories, shopping opportunities, riding lessons, test drives, and additional hog-related action. Sights and sounds occur on two main stages, one devoted each day to bellyaching blues and rock music and the other to enticing events like stunt rider shows and seeing how many gullible clowns can fit on a motorcycle. Cast a vocal vote in one of the many contests, such as the Miss Atlanta Bike Festival Beauty Pageant, the Motorcycle Burnout Contest, and the Arm Wrestling Contest, where strongmen compete to see who performs the best forearm suplex. Enjoy the many thrills of the Atlanta Bike Festival while knowing that your vehicle has been safely parked in a secured area.

2245 Callaway Road Southwest
Marietta,
GA
US

Maria and Stephen started Wine Hikers to help them get outside and forget their desk jobs. On weekends, they and their fellow hikers journey out to explore the pristine wilderness around Helen, Georgia. Their one-hour hikes start at a predetermined location, then they head out to hike through the North Georgia Mountains' trails. At the post-hike wine tasting, hikers sip on some of a wineries' best offerings and can, if they so choose, say a few words for all the grapes that lost their lives to give them that wine.

501 Hightower Church Road
Dahlonega,
GA
US