Athens, Georgia

Athens, located 60 miles northeast of Atlanta, is an edgy college town buzzing with creative energy. There are parks, museums, a zoo, theatres and other attractions.

Taylor-Grady House

The Taylor-Grady House is well-known for its tall white columns, numerous windows on the outside, and exquisite decoration on the interior.

Athens Farmers Market

The Athens Farmers Market, the largest and oldest of the markets, is located downtown at Creature Comforts Brewing Co.

Sandy Creek Park

Sandy Creek Park offers a wide range of outdoor recreation activities all year. It has disc golf, fishing, hiking, and other activities.

Double Barreled Cannon

John Gilleland set his mind to work and devised a plan to help defend the city from attackers.

Georgia Museum of Art

The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia, founded in 1945, holds a permanent collection of over 18,000 pieces of art.

Sanford Stadium Athens

Sanford Stadium is a world-class facility in Athens. It is well-known for being one of the top spots in town to see live entertainment.

State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The 313-acre Georgia State Botanical Garden is home to various themed display gardens, including the Flower Garden, among others.

Bear Hollow Zoo

Bear Hollow Zoo is a popular destination for families looking to view Georgia's native fauna. It is home to black bears, bobcats, and white-tailed deer, among other animals.

Georgia Theatre

Georgia Theatre in Athens, Georgia, is a live music venue and event facility. Many well-known national and local performers from many genres have played at the Theatre.