- TripBuzz found 5 things to do with kids in or near Washington, Georgia.
- From Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum to Kettle Creek Battlefield, the Washington area offers 34 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Theaters, History Museums and Battlefields.
- With a population of just under 5,000 people, Washington, GA is the epitome of a southern small town. The streets are lined with interesting architectural styles such as restored colonial, antebellum, and Victorian-style homes. History is prevalent in Washington having been the site of the Battle of Kettle Creek in The Revolutionary War.
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308 E. Robert Toombs Ave, Washington, GA MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum in Washington, Georgia enjoy dozens of exhibits at the state's largest historical museum. The majority of exchibits are related to the history of Washington and of Wilkes County.
Washington, Georgia's Callaway Plantation is a historical institution dedicated to the role of plantation culture in the state's history. The Plantation is over 200 years old and has always been the property of the Callaway Family. Tours are available daily.
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216 E. Robert Toombs Ave, Washington, GA MoreLess Info
The gleaming white façade of the Robert Toombs House State Historic Site has come to symbolize the affluent secessionist movement that gripped Georgia during the Civil War. Toombs, a career public servant, became one of the nation's most outspoken secessionists. The museum and its beautiful grounds are open fo…
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313 N Alexander Ave Ste C, Washington, GA 30673 MoreLess Info
The forty year running Washington Little Theater Co entertains audiences with dramatic, musical, and operatic performances at the historic Bolton Luncheford Playhouse built in the 1890's. A children's theater and drama camp are available each summer.
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.
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100 Linger Longer Road, Greensboro, GA 30642 MoreLess Info
At the Oconee Course in Reynolds Foundation, visitors can enjoy a challenging game of golf coupled with some beautiful views of lake Oconee. The course is moderately difficult to play and has a variety of water features such as streams and waterfalls.
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1050 Parkside Main, Greensboro, GA 30642 MoreLess Info
2 Spotlight Theatres Parkside Main 8 are currently open in the area, which means that they are better recommended by their own business. Besides the latest movies, they can be rented for special events.