Georgia's Classic Heartland is at the center of the U.S. state.
- 1 Americus — close to some truly significant artifacts of American history
- 2 Athens — college town home of the University of Georgia
- 3 Augusta — home of the Masters Annual Golf Tournament
- 4 Columbus — Georgia's third largest city and home to the original Coca-Cola
- 5 Conyers
- 6 Cordele
- 7 Fort Valley
- 8 Jackson
- 9 LaGrange — old mill town in West Georgia. Gateway to Lake West Point and home to LaGrange College.
- 10 Lumpkin — includes the Providence Canyon Conservation Park
- 11 Macon — city in the middle of the state, famous for the Cherry Blossom Festival
- 12 Milledgeville — historic city and former capital of Georgia
- 13 Warner Robins
- 14 Warm Springs (Georgia)
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Some highlights of the Classic Heartland of Georgia include the Callaway Gardens and Little White House Historic Site that was Franklin Delano Roosevelt's retreat near Warm Springs, the Museum of Aviation near Warner Robins, the Old Governor's Mansion in Milledgeville, the National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, and the Jimmy Carter and Andersonville National Historic Sites, the latter being a testament to some of the darkest privations this country has endured.