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Amicalola, a Cherokee Indian word meaning “tumbling waters,” is an appropriate name for these 729-foot falls ~~ the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River. An...
Enjoy the largest group of kangaroos outside of Australia at this conservation center. Experience our Aussie Outing where you can explore the "Outback" to view mobs of kangaroos...
The Dahlonega Farmers Market is a weekly event that brings local residents to the downtown business district. It promotes a sense of community and provides fresh, locally grown...
The Dahlonega Consolidated Gold Mining Company was reported to be the largest gold mining operation east of the Mississippi River at the turn of the 19th century. The mines have...
This museum has collections of native Georgian gold and Dahlonega Mint coins, mining equipment and photographs.
Water rides, camping, beach setting, golf course, minigolf.
This museum has collections of textiles, poultry, medical items, African-American items, Indian items, firefighting tools and equipment, 19th century American arts and crafts,...
This museum focuses on work by American artists, particularly women, and has collections of paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photos, craft works, glass, metals, clay and...
This museum has collections of native fish, amphibians, reptiles and a wildlife garden.
This museum has birds, mammals, fish, butterflies and insects, rocks, minerals, fossils, shells, snakes, and a large collection of touch items.
Three Sisters Vineyards and Winery is a small family farm situated on a hundred and eighty acres in the heart of the Frogtown District in historic Lumpkin County. Laid back and...
Miss Christmas Angel natural beauty pageant. December 3, 2011 from 10 - 3 pm. Ages 1 - 22. Formal & Holiday wear. Every contestant is asked to bring same age unwrapped toy for...