Are you looking for amazing places to visit and incredible things to do in Georgia? Here is the list of things you can do in this beautiful country. Check out these fun vacation destinations to know more about them which leave you mesmerizing and wanting to come back to this stunning country again and again.  

1. Savannah Historic District:

Savanna is the oldest city of Georgia and was the first capital. The Savannah Historic District is an official National Historic Landmark District and spans across 1300 acres of land. It is a mix of Gothic, Greek Revival, and Georgian-style buildings that have a certain charm that attracts the attention of visitors. Visitors can view historic homes, churches, cemeteries, and a railroad roundhouse. Tourists can admire the architecture, tour the homes, stroll the cobblestone streets, dine in fine restaurants and walk on the streets littered with Oak trees and Spanish moss, creating a stunning archway that fills you with joy. 

2. Georgia Aquarium:

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the coolest and largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest in the world. The aquarium was opened in 2005 and offered dynamic displays of the Pacific Ocean and the fish tank that people can walk under and get to enjoy the unique view of a variety of fishes from below.

There are around ten million gallons of fresh and saltwater, in which you will see different sea creatures like whale sharks, beluga whales, dolphins.  Be sure to head over to Dolphin Stadium, which holds a dolphin show for about half an hour. And if you have a SCUBA certification, you can even do scuba diving or snorkeling.

3. High Museum of Art:

You can learn about the history and culture of the Renaissance period at the High Museum of Art. It is one of America’s most influential museums. The art consists of a collection of American art, African art, European art, folk art, self-taught art, decorative art and design, photography, and modern and contemporary art. Various artists, including Pissarro, Monet, and Bellini, have their works displayed at the High Museum of Art.

Different events are hosted periodically, such as art talks, cinema screenings, programs for children, or concerts, so people can easily grab the opportunities to explore their passion.

4. Shopping Centres:

Everyone loves shopping. And, when it comes to USA shopping malls, you can’t resist the urge to shop. Below are the top shopping destinations you can’t afford to miss:


The mall of Georgia Crossing was opened in 1999 and currently is the largest shopping center in the area of the Atlanta Metropolitan and the state of Georgia, consisting of more than two hundred stores on three-level and is located at Buford.

The mall of Georgia crossing is one of the best shopping malls in the USA that sits at the northeast corner of State Route 20 and I-85. The town center is 440,774 sq. ft and is home to more than 20 popular retail, dining, and entertainment options, including HomeGoods, T.J.Maxx, Staples, American Signature Furniture, Burger 21, ULTA Beauty, Nordstrom Rack, Party City, and Zoe’s Kitchen.  


Arbor Place Mall is located in the area of Atlanta Metropolitan and the state of Georgia, and is the largest shopping mall consisting of more than two hundred stores on three levels and offers local as well as international brands. 


Sawgrass Mills is the largest outlet, retail, and entertainment destination in the United States. It includes around 350 stores to explore brands like Gucci, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Michael Kors.

Wherever you are in Georgia, you can use an online directory and search for shopping malls near you.

5. Tbilisi:

Tbilisi is an old town and is the capital of Georgia. It consists of ancient churches, monuments, and buildings set against a dramatic hillside. You can climb to the top or use a modern cable car to enjoy the breathtaking view of nature in its all glory and can also take the benefit of thermal springs located right in the middle of Tbilisi Old Town.

6. Atlanta Botanical Gardens:

The Atlanta Botanical Gardens is spread around thirty acres of land in the heart of the city, adjacent to Piedmont Park. The gardens opened in 1976 and included the Japanese Garden, Rose Garden, Children Garden with carnivorous plants. 

A famous place to visit in the Gardens is The Fuqua Conservatory which holds the exhibition of the plants of tropical rainforests from all around the world. It also includes animals and birds of the tropics such as turtles, macaws, and poison dart frogs. The Fuqua Orchid Center also houses rare orchids from around the world.

7. Hike to Brasstown Bald – The Highest Point in Georgia:

North Georgia is a perfect place for outdoor adventurers and casual nature-lovers alike. There are nearly 20 state parks located north of the city I-285 perimeter, offering everything like mountain biking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and spelunking. There is also the Chattahoochee National Forest and the beginning/ending of the Appalachian Trail, so you can go hiking while enjoying the beautiful view. 


Georgia is a fun city to relax and heal. People, as well as kids, can enjoy their vacation by diverging in various activities and can go visit various places like theme parks, amusement centers, parks and zoos, aquariums, theatres, cruises.