Where to Go in Georgia in the Winter
Just because winter is here doesn’t mean you can’t travel. If you have some time off in the next few months, or just want a weekend adventure, here are some things to do and places to visit in Georgia in the winter.
- Eat some lucky food. As the year begins, many people celebrate the New Year by eating foods that are traditionally considered lucky. Stop by the Busy Bee Café Atlanta for some black-eyed peas, try some Southern-style greens at The Colonnade in Atlanta, or a round cake with a coin baked inside from Piece of Cake in Atlanta.
- Georgia Ghost Tours. No matter the time of year, Georgia’s haunted scene is always hopping with action. Take a tour of some of Savannah’s family-friendly shows or go to Dalton for the 90-minute walking tour.
- Booth Western Art Museum. Just north of Cartersville lies the largest permanent exhibition for Western art in America. This is a fun museum for both adults and kids alike and is great fun any time of year.
- Snow Mountain. Visit Stone Mountain Park and experience a winter wonderland with plenty of snowy fun, including tubing, a snow creation zone, and a snowball shooting gallery.
What are your favorite winter activities here in Georgia?