25 Famous Landmarks in Georgia for Your Bucket List Story

By Alexis Kuri

Introduction

25 Famous Landmarks in Georgia for Your Bucket List Story

Make sure to visit these 25 famous landmarks in Georgia when in the state. From...

Landmark 1

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Take a break from busy city life at the Atlanta Botanical Garden! This magical landmark...

Landmark 2

Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park was built for the 1996 Olympic Games. The park is spread across...

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Landmark 3

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

In the 1990s, a group of investors decided to preserve the Marietta and North Georgia...

Landmark 4

Chattahoochee–Oconee National Forest

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest comprises two individual national forests, which together span 26 counties and almost...

Landmark 5

Fort Mountain State Park

Established in 1938, Fort Mountain State Park can be reached by taking a picturesque drive...

Landmark 6

Forsyth Park

Located in Savannah, this much-loved city park occupies around 30 acres of land and is...

Landmark 7

Fort Yargo State Park

Fort Yargo State Park rests between the cities of Atlanta and Athens and attracts thousands...

Landmark 8

Georgia Aquarium

Discover the ocean's wonders by visiting the Georgia Aquarium, an attraction that aims to educate...

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Landmark 9

Georgia Capitol Museum

The Georgia Capitol is one of the most well-known historical landmarks in Georgia state. Within...

Landmark 10

Georgia Guidestones

Known by many as the "American Stonehenge," the Georgia Guidestones are comprised of a unique...

Landmark 11

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is the location of the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, a...

Landmark 12

Little White House Historic Site

The Little White House is one of many National Historic Landmarks in Georgia. The residence...

Landmark 13

Okefenokee Swamp

Best known for its amphibian inhabitants, Okefenokee Swamp welcomes millions of visitors each year who...

Landmark 14

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park preserves the life and work of iconic...

Landmark 15

Savannah Historic District

Savannah is a city full of history, and the Savannah Historic District highlights a lot...

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Landmark 16

Providence Canyon State Park

Providence Canyon State Park spans 1,003 acres in Stewart County. The park is known for...

Landmark 17

Tallulah Falls

Tallulah Falls is a resort town that leads into Tallulah Gorge State Park. The city...

Landmark 18

Stone Mountain Park

Known as one of the most famous tourist attractions in Georgia, Stone Mountain Park welcomes...

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Landmark 19

Tybee Island Light Station & Museum

Tybee Island Light Station was opened almost 300 years ago in 1736 on Tybee Island...

Landmark 20

Etowah Mounds

This 54-acre archeological site was home to several Native American tribes between 1000 AD and...

Landmark 21

Rock City Gardens

Rock City Gardens is located at the very top of Lookout Mountain. This natural attraction...

Landmark 22

Stone Hall Atlanta

Stone Hall Atlanta, now known as Fountain Hall, is an academic building within Morris Brown...

Landmark 23

New Echota State Historic Site

New Echota was one of the most important Cherokee sites. However, it is sadly also...

Landmark 24

The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

The Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home is another of the must-visit historical sites in Georgia. Wilson...

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Landmark 25

Cloudland Canyon State Park

Cloudland Canyon State Park is located on the west side of Lookout Mountain. Its picturesque...

Conclusion

In Summary

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