Georgia State Capitol : Georgia State Capitol is in Atlanta. It is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1889 and was designed by J. Edbrooke and Franklin P. Burnham. There is visitor’s gallery and a museum on the fourth floor. The museum is in existence since 1889 and has a collection of natural and cultural history of the state. It is a public education institution in the Office of Secretary of State.
A.H. Stephens Historic Park: The A. H. Stephens Historic Park is located in Crawfordville. It covers a total area of 1,177 acres. The park is named after Alexander Hamilton Stephens, the vice president of the Confederate States of America. The park features a Confederate museum and lakeside group camp. It also offers horse riding, fishing and boating. The Liberty Hall, situated inside the park, was renovated to its 1875 style. The park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It includes Colonial Revival and Rustic style architecture.
Sand Mountain: Sand Mountain stretches over a hundred miles along the Tennessee River in the states of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. It is 1,329 feet above sea-level in Georgia.
|State Parks||Alexander H. Stephens Memorial State Park, Blitch State Park, Crooked River State Park, Fort Mountain State Park|
|Beaches||Sun Valley Beach, Tybee, Shoal Bay West Beach, Polk Street Beach, Strand Beach|
|Museums||Georgia Museum of Art, Lyndon House Arts Center, National Prisoner of War Museum, The High Museum|
|Historical Places||Fort Morris Historic Site, Bellevue, State Capitol, Springer Opera house.|
|Other Places||College Hill, Sand Mountain, Liberty Hall, Old Medical College|
Morris Museum of Art: The Morris Museum of Art was established in 1985. It was opened to the public on September 26, 1992. It is located adjacent to Riverwalk Augusta and the Savannah River in Augusta, Georgia. It has a collection of art and artists of American South. It has more than 3,000 works in its permanent collection and host various exhibitions, educational programs, musical events and hands-on art programs.