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Visiting Old Car City

Old Car City in White, Georgia is unlike anywhere else you’ll find in your travels. The quirky landmark claims to be the largest open-air classic car museum in the world. Calling itself a “photographer’s paradise,” the 6-mile plot of trails makes it easy to see why. What started as a car dealership in 1931 has been […]

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Visiting the Booth Western Art Museum

Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia is the only museum of its kind in the region. Opened in 2003, it boasts over 120,000 square feet of Western art and artifacts. This includes illustrations, Western movie posters, Civil War-era art, authentic stagecoaches, and even Presidential portraits. Well-known artists like Andy Warhol and Albert Bierstadt are […]

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Visiting the Tellus Science Museum

Located in the northwest Georgia community of Cartersville, the Tellus Museum was once the humble Weiman Mineral Museum that has gone on to become one of the state’s best science museums. A popular spot for field trips and homeschool groups, the curious will spend hours wandering the museum’s halls. It first opened in 1983 but closed […]

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Native American Landmarks of Georgia

The state of Georgia is rich in Native American history with tribes settled here long before European arrival. Cherokee and Creek tribes were forcibly removed on the Trail of Tears. There are now 10 locations in the state with National Trail of Tears designations.But these landmarks are a reminder of their legacy. New Echota State Historic […]

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