Woodstock is a little village in the North Georgia Mountains that has become famous for its diverse visitors. This blog post will help you locate the ideal locations to visit if you're going to Woodstock or want to plan your holiday there.
The Woodstock Opera House was constructed in 1891 by Col. J.H. Peters for $30,000-not including labor costs donated by local people eager to see an opera house built in their community.
The Olde Town Conyers in North Georgia is a picturesque small town with some of the most beautiful and inviting stores and restaurants you'll encounter in the region. While there, stop for a meal at Tracy's Kitchen, run by Chef Jim Stacy and his wife, Tracy. Stacy was a self-taught chef who developed his recipes based on family and friend food memories and the owners' years of study.
The Gingerbread House has been restored to showcase its Victorian Design and other original features. Mr. Robert Crow and his wife, Mrs. Anna Rebecca (Becky) Crow, built this historic house in the 1890s.
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center is a nature preserve that tells both local histories, with Native American artifacts and settlers' stories. The scenic beauty of the South River makes it an ideal spot for learning more about Gwinnett County's rich heritage!
Piedmont Park is a beautiful, natural oasis in the middle of bustling downtown Atlanta. If you're looking for some peace and quiet after your adventures traveling through nature, or if you want to get up close with all sorts of animal life at this dog park, then Piedmont will be perfect!
The Coca-Cola Space Science Center, the first-ever created by Coca-Cola, honors Coke's role in enabling human spaceflight. A museum is an excellent location to learn about scientific concepts such as looking at what's going on "above your head!"
There's something for everyone, with breathtaking views all around and numerous chances to capture photos of the area. Take some time out of your busy day and enjoy what Woodstock has to offer!