Fun & Funky Things to Do | Georgia
Throughout the state of Georgia there are many attractions and destinations for visitors to enjoy. For those visitors looking for attractions that are a little funky and a lot fun here are a few of Georgia's unique destinations.
The World of Coca Cola, Atlanta
At this Atlanta attraction visitors to Georgia can learn all about the Coca-Cola brand and the drink. The World of Coca-Cola has all sorts of exciting exhibits and attractions. The attraction has a tasting room where visitors can try a large variety of beverages from around the world, there is also a film, a large collection of memorabilia and much more. One of the big attractions at the World of Coca-Cola is the functioning bottle works, where visitors can watch how the drinks are bottled, and can go home with their very own bottle of Coca-Cola.
National Civil War Naval Museum, Columbus
The National Civil War Naval Museum has a really interesting collection of information about the navy during the Civil War. Visitors to this museum can see replica's and actual examples of Civil War naval craft. This museum has an amazing collection of Ironclad remnants and replicas. Visitors to the museum can learn all about how the iron-plated ships that cruised the rivers and bays of the United States during the Civil War.
Rock City, Lookout Mountain
This amazing rock garden is located at the top of Lookout Mountain. Visitors to Rock city get to trek along the walking trail that winds through the 14 acre property. Rock City features amazing rock formations. Rock City's "Enchanted Trail" also has a bridge, amazing views, a waterfall and even caverns.
Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area, Lumpkin
Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area is home to "Georgia's Little Grand Canyon." This park has amazing gullies, going as deep as 150 feet. Hikers can explore the beautiful canyon, see the wildflowers and other flora and fauna. The park also has some great backcountry options for exploration.
Pasaquan, Buena Vista
Pasaquan is a great example of folk art. The site is a 7 acre compound, which was created by an artist named Eddie Owens Martin, also known as St. EOM. Pasaquan is now on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to Pasaquan can enjoy the amazing structures, concrete sculptures and painted walls. Pasaquan is open on the first Saturday of the month from April through November.