Sightseeing in Georgia


Visit and Movie for Two, Four, or Six, or One-Year Family Membership to Flint RiverQuarium (Up to 54% Off)

Flint RiverQuarium
Downtown Albany

Science and nature center houses 120 kinds of animals in 175,000 gal. tank; films about alligators, fire ants, and other Georgia wildlife

$28 $14

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The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House Visit or Membership (Up to 54% Off). Five Options Available.

The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House
Macon

Massive Tudor-style house where band members lived, played, and partied exhibits guitars, contracts, and restored rooms

$32 $15

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Massee Lane Gardens Admission for One or Two or a One-Year American Camellia Society Membership (Up to 40% Off)

Massee Lane Gardens
Fort Valley

Garden known internationally for its camellia collection; membership grants free or reduced admission to other botanical gardens

$30 $19

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Discovery Flight for One or an Atlanta Tour for Up to Three from Atlanta Helicopters (Up to 48%Off)

Atlanta Helicopters
Multiple Locations

Individuals can learn how to fly a helicopter during 60-minute flights, or trios can see some of Atlanta’s best-known sites from the sky

$199 $109

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six, or Individual or Family Membership to The APEX Museum (Up to 58% Off)

The APEX MUSEUM
Downtown

African-American history museum with a focus on America’s black community and their contributions to the nation and the world

$50 $22

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Two-Night Campground Rental or Camping Stay at Stone Mountain Park (Up to 25% Off). Two Options Available.

Camping: Stone Mountain Park
Stone Mountain

Campground offers full amenities including showers, restrooms, laundry as well as a playground, swimming pool, horseshoes and volleyball

$52 $39

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$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard
Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

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  • Southern Beer Tours
    Most popular offering: Beer Tasting Reservations: Required Kid-friendly: No Alcohol: Beer and wine only Established: 2013 Parking: Parking garage Handicap Accessible: No Pro Tip: Eat before arrival and arrive early. To the guides at Southern Beer Tours, every sip of local beer can be an exciting experience. "We enjoy highlighting the big guys, the smaller guys, and the start-ups," says the company's president. As guides point out on their tours, Georgia boasts more than 20 local breweries, and numerous other start-ups expected to yield fresh brews in the near future. The guides don't stick to one route or landscape, either; they constantly rotate the regions they tour in order to visit different breweries, pubs, and the region's naturally-occurring beer geysers.
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    2424 Piedmont Rd.
    Atlanta, GA US
  • National Infantry Museum and IMAX
    It's hard to do justice to the full contributions of infantry men and women in the United States Army. However, one of the quickest ways to grasp the heroism of these individuals is to take a slow walk through the National Infantry Museum's signature attraction, The Last 100 Yards. A slightly sloped ramp leads through life-sized dioramas that depict some of the most significant moments in the infantry's past. Visitors walk onto battlefields from Yorktown to Antietam; Normandy to Iraq. Look straight up, and they'll even see a WWII troop glider and the enormous birdbath it's washed in every night. A dozen other exhibits spread across the 190,000-square-foot museum. Their combined artifacts, photos, and displays paint a vivid picture of the infantry from its earliest days to present. The National Infantry Museum also houses an IMAX theater as well as combat simulators whose mounted vehicles and simulated rifles put visitors right in the middle of realistic combat situations.
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    1775 Legacy Way
    Columbus, GA US
  • Moon River Brewing Company
    What is American food? Cuisine that is delicious and perfect for any occasion. Come grab some at Moon River Brewing Company. Health nuts will love Moon River Brewing Company for its gluten-free and low-fat menu options. Enjoy a drink with your dinner — this restaurant has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more. Little ones are free to make a mess at this restaurant, where the whole family is invited to dine. Having a lot of friends can be complicated, but Moon River Brewing Company makes it easy to please everyone. Take advantage of great beer and tasty bites when you stop by for happy hour. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Moon River Brewing Company diners who prefer their meals al fresco. No need to leave Fido outside — pooches are very welcome at Moon River Brewing Company. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. Moon River Brewing Company tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy this restaurant's cooking from the comfort of their own home. Impress the patrons at your next gathering by calling in Moon River Brewing Company for catering. At Moon River Brewing Company, you can safely store your car on the street or in a garage. Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes. An average meal at Moon River Brewing Company will set you back about $30. At Moon River Brewing Company, you can pay with any major credit card. Supper is exceptional, though the restaurant also offers breakfast and lunch. You'll definitely want to reconsider going anywhere else when the food at Moon River Brewing Company tastes like pure heaven! Find something for anyone at any time with American food from Moon River Brewing Company.
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    21 West Bay Street
    Savannah, GA US
  • Wild Child Arts
    A fourth-generation artist, Rose Handy has always made time for creating. After a rollercoaster ride of life changes and moves, Rose and her potter husband Paul opened their own gallery and class space. Joined by a staff of illustrators, quilters, watercolorists, and other artisans, the owners encourage Wild Child students to find their own artistic voices, whether they're hand-building a ceramic bowl, painting a family portrait, or fusing glass pieces together to make a new glass family. The search for new avenues of creativity also extends to the studio's class offerings; beginning in January 2013, aspiring artisans can learn the intricacies of handbuilding and wheel-based pottery techniques as part of the shop's newest curriculum.
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    2 S Main St.
    Watkinsville, GA US
  • Five Seasons Brewing
    Flanked by rustic stone columns and carved lions, 5 Seasons Brewing's entrance looks like the secluded front to a Napa Valley villa, belying its cozy atmosphere and community-focused mission to provide tasty, affordable food and drink. Founded by chef David Larkworthy—son of a pioneering advocate of using organic food in restaurants—Five Seasons Brewing carries its commitment to community to its ingredients, cooking with a cornucopia of regularly shifting local produce from a gaggle of affiliated farms. The menu features such fusion dishes as crispy alligator served with a blackened chili glaze and Remoulade. At tables, guests dig in to home-baked bread, whose warm crust exudes tangy scents from the brewery's spent beer grain. In the towering tanks that skirt the pub, brewmaster Kevin McNerney creates a kaleidoscopic selection of unique small-batch beers. The cofounder of flagship Georgia brewer SweetWater, McNerney brings two decades of experience to his craft, making refreshing brews such as the Chug Monkey and turning to ancient Belgian traditions to make his crisp, orange-infused witbier.
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    5600 Roswell Rd.
    Sandy Springs, GA US
  • The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House
    “This was a crazy, insane house … basically a frat house, but to the 10th degree,” Conan O’Brien said of The Big House while interviewing Gregg Allman in May 2012. “Now, they’ve turned that house into a museum!” he marveled. The talk-show host and his legendary musical guest joked about how much work that must have taken. “To refurbish it, man, you just about have to jack that one up and roll a new one under it,” Gregg said, chuckling. Although the three-story, Tudor-style building has certainly been cleaned and restored, it’s still the same place where many founding members of The Allman Brothers Band—with their family and friends—lived and played their iconic music. Drawn to Macon by a contract with Phil Waldren Records, Berry Oakley and his wife, Linda, first rented the Big House in 1970, less then a year after the band formed. Guitarist Duane Allman and his brother Gregg joined the couple, and soon a rotating cast of characters was coming in and out of the high-ceilinged rooms. Past the first floor’s parlor and through the french doors, a sunroom became the music room where the band would, in Berry’s words, “hit the note,” and the kitchen and backyard became fertile spaces for songwriting. But tragedy struck the band before long: in 1971, Duane died in a motorcycle accident, and in 1972, Berry died in another. The remaining family moved out soon after. Today, the Big House showcases Duane’s 1975 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop guitar—which he played with more than half the time—and other instruments, handwritten song sheets, gold records, show contracts, and other band memorabilia. The room where Duane lived is preserved the way it was when he lived there in the 1970s complete with a leather jacket hanging in the closet.
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    2321 Vineville Ave.
    Macon, GA US

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