- The list below includes 90 free or cheap things to do in or near McDonough, Georgia, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Parks, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- From Southern Belle Farm to Walls of Clay, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in McDonough and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Decatur, Jonesboro, Griffin and Conyers.
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136 Main Street, LaGrange, GA 30241 MoreLess Info
Featuring a diverse collection that includes photography, documents, letters and personal diaries, Troup County Archives and Legacy Museum on Main offers a plethora of information about the history and legacy of West Georgia.
With over 38,000 acres of land covered, Lake Sidney Lanier is a large Georgian reservoir created by the Buford Dam. The lake is a popular destination during holidays for boaters, jet-skiers, and house-boaters. Holiday lights decorate the lake islands November-January.
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78 Lil Sturgis Street, Warm Springs, GA 31830 MoreLess Info
Motorcycle enthusiasts love visiting the Art In Motion Vintage Motorcycle Museum in Warm Springs, Georgia. The museum contains more than 40 vintage motorcycles, the bulk of which were donated by noted vintage enthusiast Art Sigal.
96% 504 votes
401 Little White House Road, Warm Springs, GA 31380 MoreLess Info
Originally the property of former United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the Little White House is now a park in Warm Springs, Georgia. It is an important site for fans of state history and President Roosevelt.
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401 Little White House Road, Warm Springs, GA 31830 MoreLess Info
Built by Franklin Delano Roosevelt as he hoped to be cured of his crippling polio, Roosevelt's Little White House is now a museum dedicated to Roosevelt's life. Visitors can see the warm springs that Roosevelt used for medicinal purposes.
Featuring the ruins of an old mill, Historic Scull Shoals Mill Village has a trail for self-guided tours of the area. The mill is located within Oconee National Forest, where the first settlers of Georgia lived.