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Georgia Things to Do – Attractions & Must See

Georgia Things to Do

The state of Georgia has so many thing to do, and exploring the different places within it is part of the fun of coming here. If you’re looking for major attractions and must see places of Georgia, read on for inside tips about Georgia things to do.

The Great State of Georgia

From natural wonders to impressive city skylines, travelers recommend seeing Cumberland Island, Jekyll Island and Helen in addition to the major cities of Atlanta and Savannah. If you’re interested in seeing the streams, forests and waterfalls of the state, then visit Dahlonega which has both trails and small town charm. Other top picks for the great outdoors are Lake Burton, Stone Mountain Park and Providence Canyon.

Notable Things to Do Around Town

River Street is a popular destination for those who want to see the state at its best. Not only is it scenic with the water and the architecture, but it’s infused with life and love for the city. See a ghost tour while you’re in Savannah as they’re a fun (and spooky) experience in this history-rich state. Stop by Forsyth Park for a game of tennis or just a walk around the trees or Tybee Island  which is popular for its beaches and cute shops. Or visit the Coca-Cola plant in Atlanta, where you can learn more about and enjoy the world’s most beloved beverage. There’s also the CNN tour in Atlanta if you want to learn more about the famous news headquarters. Underground Atlanta has great shopping, and you can also stop by the Georgia Aquarium to see more of the local ocean life.

Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about things to do in Georgia.

By Patricia Magaña

Always on the lookout for value-oriented travel, Senior Editor Patricia Magaña has trekked throughout the States, Latin America, and Europe. Follow her on Instagram @PatiTravels.

Since joining the editorial crew in 2005, Magaña has pounced on incredible deals to Amsterdam, Madrid, and San Pedro Sula—each for less than $300. Her favorite travel experiences involve discovering street art while meandering a city, chatting up locals, and day drinking.

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