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Chateau Elan Winery & Resort

   Plan a trip to sample the wines that have put Chateau Elan on the map as the most awarded winery on the east coast for the past two years running! Start your journey by visiting our tasting room where you can choose from two customized flights options with one of our knowledgeable wine stewards. With the purchase of a tour option, your guide will take you through a one hour journey into the history and in-depth look at the wine making process at the Chateau Elan Winery.

100 Rue Charlemagne Dr.
Braselton, GA 30517 
678-425-0900 | 800-233-9463  ††

Historic Green Street Walking Tour

   Take a step back in time by embarking on a Walking tour of Historic Green Street in downtown Gainesville, Georgia. This enchanting tour will let you picture what the tree lined Green Street was like in the late 1800ís and early 1900ís. A local guide can help you learn about the history of this street and the beautiful homes once occupied by growing families.

   Imagine women, young and old, sitting on the veranda drinking lemonade and gossiping with their friends. Envision children climbing one of the tall Oak trees as they head towards town to go to school or run an errand for their parents. What do you see coming down the street? Is it a horse-drawn carriage, a bicycle, a trolley car or maybe the first automobile in town?

Contact us for a guide today and begin your journey to the past while enjoying the conveniences of the present!

Georgia Aquarium

   The Georgia Aquarium is host to over 120,000 animals. Located downtown Atlanta with easy access off of I-75/85. It is the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere with 10 Million gallons of fresh and marine aquariums.

225 Baker Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
404-581-4000

Stone Mountain Park

   Stone Mountain Park offers something for the whole family from camping, shopping, dining, evening laser show and much more. Stone Mountain is a quartz monzonite dome monadnock reaching 825 feet above the surrounding area. Stone Mountain was once owned by the Venable Brothers and was the site of the founding of the second Ku Klux Klan in 1915. It was purchased by the State of Georgia in 1958.
   There is a carving on the side of the mountain that depicts President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. The carving is 90 x 190 feet and is recessed 42 feet into the mountain.
   Stone Mountain is more than 5 miles (8 km) in circumference at its base. The summit of the mountain can be reached by a walk-up trail on the west side of the mountain or by the Skyride aerial tram

World of Coca Cola

   The World of Coca Cola opened in 2007 at it's currect location which is next door to the Georgia Aquarium.
121 Baker Street
Atlanta, GA 30313
800-676-COKE

Zoo Atlanta

   Zoo Atlanta was founded in 1889 and is host to over 1000 animals with enclosures designed to minic the natural enviroment. Zoo Atlanta is also one of four Zoos in the US to have Giant Panda bears.
Directions: Off Interstate 75/85, take Exit 246 (Fulton Street) and drive east on Fulton Street. Turn right at Capitol Avenue. Follow Capitol to the first light, then turn left on Georgia Avenue. Georgia Avenue ends at the Cherokee Avenue lot. Free Parking

Centenial Olympic Park

   Centenial Olympic Park is located downtown within walking distance of the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca Cola. It is 21 acre park which host various events during the year.

Fernbank Museum

   Fernbank Museum is an Atlanta Museum that has on exhibit the largest Dinosaur ever classified at 123 feet. There is also an IMAX theatre and various exhibits throughout the year.

Oakland Cemetery

   Oakland Cemetery is located in Downtown Atlanta at 248 Oakland Ave, SE Atlanta, GA 30312. Top 10 reasons to visit Oakland:

1. You can walk all over Atlanta’s history…literally!
2. Dress up for a Victorian costume contest.
3. 16 docent led interpretive tours through a Victorian garden setting
4. Halloween night tours for your enlightenment-not frightenment!
5. Where else can you enter a road race called, “Run Like Hell!”?
6. Super fun educational tours for school children.
7. We have celebrities, and a supporting cast of 70,000 including Robert T. “Bobby” Jones & Margaret Mitchel.
8. 48 acres of stress relieving green space
9. 55 Magnificent Mausoleums and 4 sculpture pieces listed with the Smithsonian!
10. Picnics in Potter’s Field

Martin Luther King, JR Center

    Civil Rights museum with exhibits. Located at 449 Auburn Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30312 404-526-8900