12 Weird And Wonderful Things To Do In Georgia

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12 Weird And Wonderful Things To Do In Georgia

There’s some radically unique things to do across Georgia

If you’re looking for some unique things to do in Georgia then look no further. We’ve managed to gather the weird and the wonderful for this roundup of strange things to do across the state. So if you’re a fan of the strange and the macabre, the superb and the sublime, then make this unique roundup you’re brand new Georgia-based bucket list!

1. Dolls Head Trail

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Where: Atlanta

With so many places to hike and walk in Atlanta, this one takes the cake as one of the most unique the city has to offer. The walking trail with a spooky twist is only a few miles away from the city center. Doll’s Head Trail has outsider art nestled all the way throughout, incorporating dead doll heads.

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2. Providence Canyon State Park

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Where: Lumpkin

The mistakes of the past are on clear display two-and-a-half hours southwest of Atlanta. The Providence Canyon has been declared as one of Georgia’s natural wonders, although its origin story isn’t very natural. This Georgian gem was accidently created by 1800’s settlers and their poor farming practices. By not looking after the soil, erosion occurred and spurred these striking formations of orange and white rock.

3. Old Car City USA

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Where: White

Walk through a vintage car-lover’s paradise, with over 4000 American-made cars from the early 20th Century. Nature has slowly showed its dominance over our favorite man-made creation. The combination of moss and metal makes it the ideal spot for photos, videos and custom camera shoots.

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4. Rock City

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Where: Lookout Mountain

This unmissable attraction has become an institutional right of passage for all who call Georgia home. With one of the first miniature golf course in the world, and a fairytale cavern, it’s a fun day for the whole family. The surrounding nature and gorgeous waterfall is worth the visit alone.

5. Southern Belle Farm

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Where: Atlanta

Now it’s time for a slice of something wonderful, like an irresistible peach cobbler. Considering this is the peach state, it would be rude to never sample a delicious Georgian peach. Southern Belle Farm is a family owned 330 acre working farm. They are open seasonally for fresh produce, berry picking, peach picking, fall fun, and much more!

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6. Sweetwater Creek Park

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Home to the ruins of a cotton mill that was burned in the Civil War, Sweetwater Creek Park isn’t just a favorite for locals. Hollywood made its way South, and used this iconic park in several Hollywood blockbusters, from The Hunger Games to Stanger Things!

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7. Escape Woods

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Where: Atlanta


Speaking of Stranger Things, there’s now an outdoor Escape Woods at one of the locations the Netflix show used for filming. Try to escape Hopper’s Cabin if you’re a fan of the show, or if you’re feeling brave and enjoy thrilling horrors, then their Pig Farmer: Cult of the Seven Sins maze is for you!

8. Georgia Guidestones

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Where: Elberton

The “Stonehenge of Georgia” is definitely one of our state’s most mysterious landmarks. Near the state of South Carolina in Elberton, this granite structure contains words of wisdom in several languages. The weird monument was created in the 80s by an unknown mysterious artist. However, it is rumored that there’s a time capsule underneath this unique sculpture.

9. Tank Town USA

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Where: Morganton

Tank Town USA is an action-packed park in Blue Ridge, Georgia, that gives visitors the chance to engage in heavy metal excitement found no where else in the country. At Tank Town USA, visitors can get their thrills driving tanks, crushing cars, and much more.

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10. The School Bus Graveyard

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Where: Alto

Just over an hours drive from Atlanta is this incredible collection of murals and street art, where the artists have transformed a school bus graveyard into the School Bus Graveyard. Take a stroll through this striking cemetery! The old school buses that would usually rust and rot, have become an ever-changing collection of art.

11. Silver Comet Trail

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Where: Atlanta

Their Silver Comet trail is a gorgeous option if you’re looking for an epic hiking vacation, or just a day out in nature! The trail is now complete to the Georgia/Alabama state line, providing a 95.5-mile-long continuous trail from Atlanta to Anniston.

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12. Center for Puppetry Arts

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If you’re a lover of The Muppets or Sesame Street, Atlanta has got a treat for you. Opposite Atlantic Station in midtown Atlanta is the Center for Puppetry Arts. It offers a captivating day for the entire family, with an extensive collection of puppet artifacts, including the world’s largest Jim Henson collection.

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