Classic Heartland of GeorgiaGeorgia's Classic Heartland is at the center of the state.
- — college town home of the University of Georgia
- — home of the Masters Annual Golf Tournament
- — Georgia's third largest city and home to the original Coca-Cola
- — old mill town in West Georgia. Gateway to Lake West Point and home to LaGrange College.
- — city in the middle of the state, famous for the Cherry Blossom Festival
- — historic city and former capital of Georgia
- Eufaula National Wildlife Refugee
- Florence Marina State Park
- Little White House — in Warm Springs where Franklin D Roosevelt once lived
- Callaway Gardens — resort in Pine Mountain
- Providence Canyon State Park
- Rock Eagle and Rock Hawk Effigy Mounds
Callaway GardensA 6,500-acre resort complex and garden located just outside Columbus.
phone: +1 706 542-4662address: 90 Carlton StreetLocated on the University of Georgia's south campus, the Georgia Museum of Art offers a small, permanent collection focused on American painting as well as Wednesday night film screenings and other traveling exhibits.
Little White Housephone: +1 706-655-5870address: 401 Little White House Road Warm Springs, GA 31830The personal retreat of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
phone: +1 478-926-6870address: GA Hwy 247 & Russell Pkwy
National Civil War Naval Museum at Port ColumbusThis 40,000 square foot facility features two original Civil War military vessels, uniforms, equipment and weapons used by the Union and Confederate navies. Interactive exhibits, including a Confederate ironclad ship simulator, offer the visitor an opportunity to experience 19th century naval combat first hand. On Victory Drive just below downtown.