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Savannah Oaks Winery sits nestled in the foothills surrounding Starr Mountain, on the picturesque Savannah Farms, whose 11,000 acres include the winery's thriving vineyards. A...
Morris Vineyard is one of the oldest vineyards in east Tennessee. It was established in 1965. They are one of the few vineyards that still offers pick-your-own Muscadines and...
Collections of Indian artifacts, early American houswares, primitives, minerals, musical instruments and more. Guided tours, lectures and exhibitions.
The winery offers a variety of red and white table wines, plus many fruit wines. The flagship wine is Ocoee Red. White Muscadine, Red Muscadine, Merlot, Apple, Blueberry,...
The Living Heritage Museum exhibits are divided into four sections that explore themes predominant in American History. Topics address Native Americans, pioneers, agriculture and...
All you can eat Pancake Breakfast -Adults $5.00, children 4-11 $3.00, under the age of 4 free Sponsored by 'Journey of Faith Men's group' to benefit 'The Visiting Place' - this is...
Among the attractions at the Lost Sea is America's largest underground lake and caverns.
This museum, housed in an old Union County Courthouse, has collections that concentrate on Union County and North Georgia history from 19th century to the present.
Fort Mountain derives its name from an ancient 855-foot-long rock wall which stands on the highest point of the mountain. The mysterious wall is thought to have been built by...
The mission of the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, a property of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, is to promote the understanding and appreciation of the history and culture of...
This 1,200-acre site is the location of one of the earliest British fortifications on the western frontier, built in 1756. Nearby were the principal towns of the Cherokee Nation...