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Georgia is one of the leading spots for tourism in the Southeastern United States. Our state is divided into nine different travel destinations, with tourist stops ranging from the world’s largest aquarium to magnificent beaches to the humble home of our 39th president and Nobel Prize winner, Jimmy Carter. Click on our ExploreGeorgia website for more information on travel and events.

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Did you know?

Georgia’s state song is “Georgia on My Mind,” which was made famous by singer Ray Charles, a Georgia native.



Explore Georgia

Historic High County

Northwest Georgia's Historic High County is the 'enchanted land' of the Cherokee Indians. Explore the region's mystique on numerous driving, walking, pedaling or riding trails that lead you through the area's Native American roots, historic districts and homegrown attractions.

Northeast Georgia Mountains

The Northeast Georgia mountain region offers an outdoor retreat, with its foothills and mountains serving as the gateway to the Appalachian Mountains and Chattahoochee River.

Atlanta Metro

Dynamic and bustling, the Atlanta Metro area has attractions as diverse as the four million people who call its many communities home. Discover antique treasures or go mall hopping; visit world-class museums or fine art galleries; enjoy the great outdoors or an amusement park; stroll hostoric sites.

Presidential Pathways

Georgia's Presidential Pathways region is a 19-county area in west central Georgia that is deeply rooted in American history. Visitors today soak up reflections from the antebellum era, Civil War years, proud heritage of two U.S. presidents and birth of the modern South.

Historic Heartland

Enjoy true Southern hospitality in Georgia's Historic Heartland, just south and east of Atlanta. The Heartland extends from south of Macon up to Athens, the home to the University of Georgia Bulldogs.

Classic South

The Classic South region is located in east central Georgia, less than 2 hours from Atlanta. Here, the gentle hills of Georgia's piedmont meet the beginnings of the coastal plain, creating a backdrop of natural beauty that accentuates the region's history and heritage.

Plantation Trace

The rural southwestern region of Georgia is full of stories in each of its intriguing small towns, its woodlands and its rivers. Tour plantations and historic farms and relive Georgia's historic past.

Magnolia Midlands

Taste a slower, simpler lifestyle along the back roads of Georgia with a visit to the Magnolia Midlands in southeastern Georgia.

The Georgia Coast

The Georgia Coast stretches approximately 100 miles between the Savannah and St. Marys Rivers. The easy rhythm of the coastal culture make Georgia's coast an unforgettable experience.

To learn more about Georgia, please rollover a region to the left.