Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Roswell Cultural Arts Center

The 600-seat Roswell Cultural Arts Center is home to the professional Georgia Ensemble Theatre and the Atlanta Wind Symphony. Throughout the year the facility is filled with musical performances, dance and an array of cultural entertainment. Roswell Historical Society/City of...
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Georgia 400 Hospitality Highway

Georgia 400 Hospitality Highway

Along Georgia 400 the Hospitality Highway, from Buckhead to Dahlonega, you will find communities filled with attractions, events, arts and culture. We invite you to explore the Hospitality Highway, where adventure begins and memories last forever. Of course, you'll want...
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Computer Museum of America

Computer Museum of America

The Computer Museum of America houses 250,000 artifacts in the collection including the largest collection of CRAY supercomputers and one of the most significant collections of Apple artifacts. Be inspired throughout the museum with the history of technology, how it...
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Barrington Hall

Barrington Hall

Barrington Hall is one of the best examples of Greek Revival Temple architecture in the United States today. The surrounding 7 acres of original grounds look much as they did 160 years ago. Barrington Hall is listed on the National...
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Roswell Town Square

Roswell Town Square

Roswell Town Square was built in 1839 as part of the original design of the town envisioned by founder Roswell King. The bandstand was added in 1905 on the occasion of President Theodore Roosevelt's visit to his mother's girlhood home....
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WhirleyBall Atlanta

WhirleyBall Atlanta

WhirlyBall, dubbed "The world's only totally mechanized team sport", is best described as a combination of Basketball, Hockey and Jai-Alai played while riding an electrically powered machine, similar to a bumper car, called a WhirlyBug. Although the WhirlyBug resembles a...
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