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Our most recommended Georgia Educational Activities

  • Atlanta: 1.5-Hour Highlight Trolley Tour

    1. Atlanta: 1.5-Hour Highlight Trolley Tour

    Explore all the most popular and historic areas of the “Capitol of the South.” Hop aboard the Trolley in Atlanta’s downtown and hear the stories and history of this southern metropolis. This trolley tour is an excellent way to get the lay of the land and open your eyes to all the things you can do in Atlanta. Cruise by the Old 4th Ward, the neighborhood where Martin Luther King Jr. grew up, which is now filled with artisanal restaurants and stores. Discover areas such as Centennial Olympic Park, Inman Park, and Ansley Park.

    It was so great and the driver and tour guide were AMAZING! We visited from Dallas and became quick friends who both of the lovely ladies!

  • Atlanta: Martin Luther King Walking Tour with Optional Lunch

    2. Atlanta: Martin Luther King Walking Tour with Optional Lunch

    With an expert guide, this tour combines aspects of Atlanta’s current events, political history, lifestyle, and various neighborhoods. Receive an insiders view of life during the Jim Crow Era on a 4-hour tour. Hear stories of Dr. King’s economic, social, and religious background as you visit various points of interest connected to his life. Visit Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King was a pastor for many decades. At the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park welcome center you will see a museum that chronicles the Civil Rights Movement. Pay tribute at Dr. and Ms. King's Tomb, and explore the historic district of Auburn Avenue. Upgrade your tour to include a traditional Southern Soul Food lunch. Lunch choice includes either Busy Bee Restaurant or Mary Mac's Tea Room, both restaurants are Atlanta's top choices for traditional southern lunch.

  • Savannah: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum Self-Guided Tour

    3. Savannah: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum Self-Guided Tour

    Journey through Savannah's notable maritime history on a self-guided tour of the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. Wander through the exhibits at your own pace, and discover a collection of ship models, maritime antiques, stunning maritime art, and special exhibitions of local and internationally-acclaimed artists. As you take your tour, spend some time marveling at the architecture of the William Scarbrough House, the museum's home, which was designated a National Historic Landmark by the US Park Service in 1974. Delve into the many detailed elements of the Regency architecture, including the honeysuckle and palm molding, the Diocletian window, Doric and Corinthian columns, six-panel curved doors, and a stunning skylight. Once you're done inside, head out to the expansive gardens and savor the sights and smells of the delightful flowers, trees, and shrubs. Take shade under the largest...

    The museum was very,very interesting . The ship models are gorgeous. The upstairs has all kinds of ancient items. It's a must see.

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What people are saying about Georgia

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 58 reviews

Very well executed. Interesting and educational exhibits. My favorite part was the Tim Smith from Moonshiners vignette, I recognized his voice from the next room over. Important to note is that that have an elevator for anyone with mobility issues.

It was so great and the driver and tour guide were AMAZING! We visited from Dallas and became quick friends who both of the lovely ladies!

The prohibition museum in Savannah is an awesome experience. Really interesting displays, and the folks working there are really nine.

The museum was very,very interesting . The ship models are gorgeous. The upstairs has all kinds of ancient items. It's a must see.

Such a great exhibit of maritime history in a historic home and the gardens are a plus.