Dahlonega Magic Theater presents - ''A Knight of Magic!'' - A Hilarious Comedy Magic Show - GREAT for adults & Perfect for the Whole Family.
Learn about the life-cycle of butterflies! Stroll through our indoor butterfly conservatory featuring a variety of butterfly species & perennials. It's fun and educational for all ages!
Guided horseback rides, romantic carriage rides, wedding carriage service and dinner wagon rides to the River House for cookouts with live entertainment. Located next to Forrest Hills Resort.
2 Hour guided Historic Ghost tour. Stroll through one of Georgia’ most intriguing & nationally registered historic districts.
Watercolor paintings and prints may be viewed at www.oscarrayneriart.yolasite.com and originals are available at www.saatchiart.com.
outdoor attraction, garden, landscaped garden, public gardens, nature, Japanese Gardens. spring gardens, fall color.
North Georgia Zoo & Farm offers more options than a traditional zoo. We do this to help fit your schedule, dreams, ages and budget! We also specialize in close encounters & personal interactions.
Red Oak Lavender Farm is the largest lavender farm open to the public in Georgia. We grow approximately 2,000 lavender plants of over 20 different varieties. June is the month that lavender blooms.
This charming listening venue, restaurant & coffee house offers an Americana menu primarily featuring 'new south' cuisine with Dahlonega's best live music & concerts Wednesdays through Sunday evenings
Veteran and locally owned Farm Winery and Craft Brewery that makes an ancient wine from local pure raw honey, it’s called Mead or Honey Wine! And Craft Beer. Something for everyone to enjoy.
Kaya Vineyard and Winery is a rebirth of Blackstock Vineyards; located in Dahlonega, Georgia. Blackstock was one of the first and largest vineyards in the Dahlonega area.
Our 25 acre Vineyard estate is home to plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Mourvedre, and Touriga Nacional.
The Iroquoian raids on the Cherokee and Creek after the French and Indian war was the first use of the Appalachian Trail. This is our story.
A non-profit organization based in Dahlonega, playing concerts in Spring and fall. Membership is open to all string players in the area, by audition.
For further information, call 706-867-9444