As a city, Atlanta is both an economic powerhouse and a draw for both business and leisure tourists from around the globe. No disrespect to the ATL, but it’s just the one worthy destination in any Georgia excursion.
A nearly two-year-long exhibit focusing on a group of legendary musicians is set to open Friday at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn.
Granite, one could readily argue, is the foundation of society. Particularly here in Northeast Georgia, where it supports the town in more ways than one.
Throngs of family vacationers flock to Las Vegas for the copious kid-friendly activity and entertainment options the city now has to offer, but many seek luxury lodging that provides a reprieve from the casino atmosphere central to most of the hotels on the Strip.
When Ernesto Miranda was arrested March 16, 1963, and charged with the rape, few, if any, could have known he would eventually be the centerpiece of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
The “Jonquil City,” Smyrna takes its name from the Bible’s Book of Revelation; it’s the name of one of Paul the Apostle’s seven churches in Asia.
The Italianate Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange officially opened on June 15, 1916, and incorporates an expansive Antebellum garden.
On the outskirts of Metro Atlanta and what seems to be far away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s traffic gridlock sits one of the most serene places in the region.
Scenic boat tours in Winter Park today celebrated their 77th year of taking travelers for scenic tours across a series of lakes.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — In the 1920s, Leo Lambert thought Lookout Mountain Cave would make a great tourist attraction. So, he set out to rediscover it. Once used as a hideaway for outlaws, refuge for Native Americans and a hospital during the Civil War, a railroad tunnel built in the early…