Top 5 Things to Do in Georgia

While on assignment in the Peach State, make your stay one to remember! 

  1. Take time out to visit the High Museum of Art located in Midtown, Atlanta. Founded in 1905, the High is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States. Not only is the new building an architectural masterpiece, it houses permanent collections including Art of the South and has regular exhibitions of international art, film and musical events.
  2. Travel back in time to the Civil War era at one of Georgia’s historic battlefields and Civil War museums. There are many to choose from including Chickamauga – the site of the two bloodiest days in American history, Allatoona Pass Battlefield – where the last Confederate offense of the Civil War began and Fort Pulaski – guardian of the Savannah River.
  3. If beaches are on your mind take a lazy break at Cumberland Island National Seashore – Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island, or Jekyll Island – home of diverse Georgia history. Feel free to enjoy the beautiful vistas, stunning nature and relaxing atmosphere in solitude or take a ranger guided tour.
  4. Go wild with nature at the 500-acre Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari Park. Pine Mountain is home to animals from every continent except Antarctica. Take close up Safari photographs and enjoy feeding the animals from the comfort of your car or one of the park’s Zebra vans.
  5. Soak up culture in Savannah at the Telfair Museum of Art. The oldest museum in the South, the Telfair in an important regional and national resource of history, arts and culture.