Woodstock, GA is a small town in the North Georgia Mountains that has become famous for its many tourist attractions. If you're planning on visiting Woodstock or are looking to plan your next vacation, this blog post will help you find the perfect places to visit!
The Woodstock Opera House: This historic theatre was built in 1889 by Col. J.H. Peters at the cost of $30,000- not including labor costs which were donated by local citizens who were eager to see an opera house come into town.
Olde Town Conyers: This small little community just outside of Downtown Woodstock has some of the most charming and inviting shops and restaurants you will find in North Georgia. While there, be sure to stop for a bite at Tracy's Kitchen, which is owned by Chef Jim Stacy, who opened his doors along with his wife Tracy in 1998. Stacy is a self-taught chef, and all of his recipes were inspired by memories of food shared with family and friends over the years and by the owners' diligent study of various cookbooks, chefs, and cooking techniques.
Gingerbread House: This historic house has been renovated to show off its Victorian Architecture as well as its other original attributes. This house was constructed in the 1890s by Mr. Robert Crow and his wife, Mrs. Anna Rebecca (Becky) Crow.
Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center: A Nature Preserve that highlights local history, including both Native American artifacts and settlers' stories, while providing gorgeous views of the South River. The center is a great place to come and learn about Gwinnett County History.
Sugar Hill Town Center: A charming outdoor shopping plaza with unique stores including a wonderful European Cafe called Bistro 555, a bakery, book store, bank, and much more! Don't forget to stop in at Echo Design Inc., which is an upscale home furnishings & decor boutique that offers a huge collection of goodies, including furniture, bedding, bath items, and more.
Piedmont Park: Take a break from the hustle of everyday life and experience nature at this beautiful park located within the heart of Atlanta. This park has everything you could ever want for an adventure, including hiking trails, gazebos, tot-lots, and even a dog park. If you're looking for fun after nature, Piedmont Park is also home to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival each spring, as well as weekly concerts during the summer!
Coca-Cola Space Science Center: The first museum ever created by Coca-Cola, this center celebrates the part that coke has played in making space travel possible. A museum is a great place to learn about the basic aspects of science as well as take a look at what's going on "above your head!"
There's something here for everyone with plenty of opportunities to take breathtaking photos with scenic views all around. Take some time out of your busy day and enjoy what Woodstock has to offer!