Attractions

Top Choice Historic Site in Savannah

Wormsloe Plantation Historic Site

A short drive from downtown, on the beautiful Isle of Hope, this is one of the most photographed sites in town. The real draw is the dreamy entrance through a corridor of mossy, ancient oaks that runs for 1.5 miles,…
Top Choice Historic Site in Atlanta

Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site

The historic site commemorates the life, work and legacy of the civil rights leader and one of the great Americans. The center takes up several blocks.
Top Choice Gallery in Atlanta

High Museum of Art

Atlanta's modern High Museum was the first to exhibit art lent from Paris' Louvre and is a destination as much for its architecture as its world-class exhibits. The striking whitewashed multilevel building houses a …
Museum in Atlanta

Center for Civil and Human Rights

This striking 2014 addition to Atlanta's Centennial Park is a sobering $68 million memorial to the American Civil Rights and Global Human Rights Movements. Beautifully designed and thoughtfully executed, the indispu…
Top Choice Museum in Athens

Georgia Museum of Art

A smart, modern gallery open to the public where brainy, arty types set up in the wired lobby for personal study while art hounds gawk at modern sculpture in the courtyard garden and the tremendous collection from A…
Top Choice Winery in Dahlonega

Frogtown Cellars

This beautiful winery has a killer deck where you can sip libations and nibble cheese. It bills itself as the most awarded North American winery not in California.
Nature Reserve in Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island National Seashore

An unspoiled paradise, a backpacker's fantasy, a site for day trips or extended stays – it's clear why the Carnegie family used Cumberland as a retreat long ago.
Museum in Atlanta

College Football Hall of Fame

It is impossible to overstate the importance of college football to American culture. This new museum, relocated from Indiana in 2014 and revamped into this three-story, 94,256-sq-ft gridiron sanctuary, is a supreme…
Museum in Atlanta

Carter Center

Located on a hilltop overlooking downtown, the center features exhibits highlighting Jimmy Carter's 1977–81 presidency, including a replica of the Oval Office and his Nobel Prize. Don't miss the tranquil Japanese ga…
Church in Atlanta

First Ebenezer Baptist Church

Martin Luther King Jr, his father and grandfather were all pastors here, and King Jr's mother was the choir director. Sadly she was murdered here by a deranged gunman while she sat at the organ in 1974. A multimilli…