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Helen, GA Group Tours
HELEN GA

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    This Package Includes:

  • Tour Helen Area
  • Admission to Gold Museum
  • Entrance to Babyland General
  • Entrance to Old Sautee Store
  • Entrance to Nora Mill
  • Dinner Stoval House
  • Storytelling after dinner
  • Dinner Smith House

3 Days 2 Nights

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Helen Base Package

”Set at the very beginning of the Appalachian chain, the timeworn mountains of North Georgia watch over the state like loving grandparents-protecting its past and guarding its future.”

Helen, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, on the Chattahoochee River, is a re-creation of an alpine village complete with cobblestone alleys and old-world town criers. This NE Georgia village has a rich history dating back to the Cherokee Indians and their burial mounds, early settlers who mined for gold and cut virgin timber; now, Helen celebrates more than 300 years as a mountain community with a touch of Bavaria.

The mountains of NE Georgia, truly have something for everyone, from Helen to Dillard, Tallulah Gorge to Dahlonega, the beauty and serenity of these mountains will keep you coming back year after year.

The NE Georgia mountains also offer a chance to see many of the state’s superlatives: First – It was in Dahlonega that the US experienced its first gold rush, beginning in 1828; Tallest – Amicola Falls drops 729 feet in seven cascades making it the tallest waterfall in Georgia and four times the height Niagara Falls; Heaviest – Not to be outdone by the grand spectacle of the mountains and lakes surrounding it, the small town of Cornelia, in Habersham County, claims the world’s largest monument dedicated to the apple industry.

Visit Babyland General Hospital in their new digs at "Southfork of the East". A spectacular new facility where Cabbage Patch dolls are "born". View the birthing and maybe even name one of the latest "births". You'll have time to visit the fantastic gift shop and browse through a unique selection of treasures.

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Atlanta Group Tour from Helen

CNN ESCALATOR

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This Package Includes:

  • City Tour of Atlanta
  • Walking Tour of Grant Park
  • Admission to CNN
  • Centennial Park
  • Entrance to the State Farmers Market
  • Admission to the World of Coca-Cola
  • Admission to Stone Mountain and Crossroads
  • Evening entertainment 1 night
  • Dinner at Mary Mac's Tea Room
  • Dinner at No Mas Mexican Cantina

3 Days 2 Nights

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Atlanta is an international city, rich in culture, history and diversity. Numerous museums, attractions and entertainment options await our visitors. Far from the glitz and glimmer of downtown, lie Atlanta’s charming neighborhoods. The array of Atlanta Neighborhoods, just beyond the striking skyline and twinkling lights of the city, represent Atlanta’s Southern heritage and summon visitors to explore and experience their uniqueness. Each area has its own diverse culture, history and charm.

Ansley Park – One of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods, located just north of the downtown convention district. The entire neighborhood is a National Historic District. It is noted for spacious, renovated early American homes, with sloping manicured lawns and cobblestone walkways.

Druid Hills- One of the most successful and affluent residential communities in Atlanta, and is listed on the National Register. Home to Callanwolde, built in 1920 for Asa Candler, the found of Coca-Cola and 822 Lullwater, the house used in the filming “Driving Miss Daisy.” Curving, winding roads circle around the Tudor, Georgian and Traditional two story style architecture..

These are just several of Atlanta’s charming neighborhoods. Come with us, escape the hustle and bustle of downtown and explore the quaint, charming and truly southern neighborhoods of Atlanta.

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Chenile to Carpet Group Tour
OAK HILL - MARTHA BERRY MUSEUM

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    This Package Includes:

  • Admission to Booth Western Art Museum
  • Admission to Dalton Carpet Mill
  • Admission Hamilton House Museum
  • Admission to Chief Vann House
  • Admission to Echota
  • Dinner at restored Old Depot
  • Dinner at Booth Western Art Museum

3 Days 2 Nights

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You’re invited to the Carpet Capital of the World to visit one of Dalton’s leading carpet mills for a walk-through of the actual working factory. Lunch in one of the historic homes in downtown Dalton. Tour of the Hamilton House Museum and learn how a teenager, who needed a wedding present for her brother, revived the colonial art of tufting and spawned the carpet industry, and also created “Peacock Alley” …. Route 41 through Dalton, where tufters hung their brightly colored bedspreads on clotheslines to attract sales. Dinner at the restored Old Depot in downtown Dalton, one of the remaining depots in Northern Georgia that dates back before the Civil War.

Dalton’s Whitfield County was the beginning of Andrew Jackson’s “Trail of Tears.” Tour the Chief Vann House – the only mansion in the country built by an American Indian. Chief Vann was instrumental in educating the Cherokee Nation’s children. On to Calhoun and New Echoa, the Cherokee capitol, established in 1825. In the afternoon, visit the Booth Western Art Museum, followed by dinner right there at the museum.

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