Places to Visit When Attending A Georgia Destination Wedding

If you’re traveling to a destination wedding in Georgia, we have you covered with lots of ideas of fun things to do, no matter what part of town you’re staying in!


The capital of Georgia is home to The world of Coca Cola, the head quarters of CNN and one of the largest aquariums in the world. There is also Centennial Olympic Park, it was built so residents and visitors could enjoy watching the Olympics back in 1996 for the Summer Olympic Games. Despite the Olympics being over for quite some time now, it is still a popular place that hold many festivals, concerts and events. There is also a hotspot for all the foodies, a whole street dedicated infact! Locals love to hit up the Krog Street Market, featuring 16 different food and beverage spots of world class cuisine.

Anna Ruby Falls

A beautiful waterfall that sits in the middle of Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest and has become a hot spot as a must see for tourists from all over the world. It provides a 1 mile paved path for hikers to view beautiful waterfalls and creeks. There are also other hiking opportunities and wildlife viewing that allows visitors to have a sneak peak into a world that is connected with nature.

Tallulah Gorge

This is another spot for the people who enjoy the outdoor adventures nature has to offer. The gorge is a huge 2-mile long cut into Georgia’s terrain and has a nearly 1000 foot drop to the floor below. There are tons of hiking, biking and running trails the park has to offer with lots of beautiful sights along the trails. There are also overnight camping spots available. While wandering on the trails you will happen upon beautiful sights of waterfalls, creeks and a deep swimming hole that is the perfect spot to help you cool off.

Callaway Gardens

This beautiful spot is located just outside of Atlanta and is called an “Authentic Outdoor Escape”. Now this place is connected to a resort however it also so much more than that. The Callaway Gardens were developed in the late 1940’s when a man named Cason J Callaway and his wife Virginia acquired 2500 acres when they fell in love with the land. They felt connected to the land and nature. With lots of hard work they opened the gardens in 1952 to the public because they felt it was a way to “connect men and nature in a way that benefits both”. And for decades that wish has been realized. 

Montaluce Winery

This winery located in the northern part of Georgia are a great place to visit especially for wine lovers. However, this place isn’t only for a sip of vino, it has a wonderful restaurant with a great waiting staff. This vineyard produces Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Merlot. But don’t let the food and wine distract you from its beauty. It sits on 25,000 acres of beautiful land and vineyards that you can also take in while sitting in an outside room as you eat your amazing meal.