region of Georgia, United States
Georgia's Classic Heartland is at the center of the state.
- 1 Athens — college town home of the University of Georgia
- 2 Augusta — home of the Masters Annual Golf Tournament
- 3 Columbus — Georgia's third largest city and home to the original Coca-Cola
- 4 Conyers
- 5 Fort Valley
- 6 LaGrange — old mill town in West Georgia. Gateway to Lake West Point and home to LaGrange College.
- 7 Macon — city in the middle of the state, famous for the Cherry Blossom Festival
- 8 Milledgeville — historic city and former capital of Georgia
- 9 Warner Robins
- 10 Warm Springs (Georgia)
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- 1 Callaway Gardens, toll-free: . A 6,500-acre resort complex and garden located just outside Columbus.
- 2 Georgia Museum of Art, 90 Carlton Street, ☏ . Tu W F Sa 10AM-5PM, Th 10AM-9PM, Su 1-5PM. Located on the University of Georgia's south campus, the Georgia Museum of Art offers a small, permanent collection focused on American painting as well as Wednesday night film screenings and other traveling exhibits. Free.
- 3 Little White House, 401 Little White House Road Warm Springs, ☏ . 9AM–4:45PM. The personal retreat of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
- Museum of Aviation, GA Hwy 247 & Russell Pkwy, ☏ . 9AM-5PM daily. Free.
- . This 40,000 square foot facility features two original Civil War military vessels, uniforms, equipment and weapons used by the Union and Confederate navies. Interactive exhibits, including a Confederate ironclad ship simulator, offer the visitor an opportunity to experience 19th century naval combat first hand. On Victory Drive just below downtown.
- Old Governor's Mansion.