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Family Friendly Local Attractions
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Hills and Dales Estate

Hills & Dales Estate is the historic home and garden of textile magnate Fuller E. Callaway. Located in LaGrange, Georgia. The centerpiece of the estate is a beautiful Georgian-Italian style home built in 1916. Designed by the noted architectural firm of Hentz & Reid it is one of the finest homes built toward the end of the country house era. The home was occupied by two generations of the Callaway family and contains all of the families' original furnishings. Formal gardens surrounding the home and were created by the original owner of the property, Sarah Coleman Ferrell prior to the Civil War. Within the gardens visitors will see many of Sarah's religiously inspired planting including a large planting of the word "God" and her personal motto "God is Love." The extensive formal boxwood garden also feature an herb garden, greenhouse, fountains and garden sculpture. The 35-acre estate, complemented by a Visitor Center containing family artifacts and displays, opened to the public in 2004. In May of 2010 twenty additional rooms on the second and third floor of the home opened for tours.

Duration: 2-3 hours

Biblical History Center

Our mission at the Biblical History Center is to help people experience the ancient biblical world, its history, and culture. We have an Archaeological Replica Garden with life-size replicas of archaeological digs including a typical house, Roman step theater, goat hair tent, tombs, and more. Our Biblical Life Artifacts Gallery houses 250 artifacts from Israel and is one of seven of its kind in the world! We also have fun activities available for kids and teens. Reservations are required for guided tours, the Biblical Meal, the Shepherd's Bread, and the Kid's Dig.

Duration: 2-3 hours



This Greek Revival mansion was built 1853 to 1855 by Benjamin Harvey Hill for his wife, Caroline Holt Hill. Senator Hill served in the Georgia Legislature, Confederate Congress, and U.S. House and Senate. One of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the state. The exterior features ionic columns across wide porticoes.Located in the heart of LaGrange, Georgia the mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.Open for ToursTuesday through Saturday10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.and 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.Closed Sunday, Monday, & holidays

Troup County Archives and Legacy Museum on Main

The Troup County Historical Society operates Troup County Archives and Legacy Museum on Main. The Archives offers a genealogy library containing items relating to Troup County, Georgia, and most southeastern states. Legacy Museum on Main is home to an exhibit gallery featuring West Georgia history and a rotating gallery spotlighting collections ranging from the archives collections to nationally recognized traveling exhibits. Open Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Legacy Museum on Main is open every Saturday while the Archives is open the first and third Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm.


LaGrange Art Museum

The LaGrange Art Museum is dedicated to the enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through the quality of its collections, exhibitions, education programs, and community outreach initiatives. It is committed to being a vital partner in the educational and cultural life of the community it serves. Its mission is to support lifelong learning that reflects the value of diversity and contributes to the viability of the region by serving as both an art museum and community arts center with a special dedication to serving the region’s youth.

Great Wolf Lodge Georgia

Great Wolf Lodge Georgia brings a unique family vacation experience to the Peach State. When you’re looking for the ultimate family getaway, our resort has it all: a 100,000 square-foot indoor water park kept at a warm 84 degrees year-round, fun attractions & events, dining options to please every palate, and more — Experience a world of play all under one roof.

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