- Our list of the best things to do in Chatsworth, Georgia, features the top 60 nearby activities — including 26 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Chatsworth, GA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Sights & Landmarks, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 8 things to do within the city of Chatsworth, GA , followed by 52 popular activities in nearby cities, including Ellijay, Dalton, Calhoun, Ocoee, Blue Ridge, Benton, Tunnel Hill and Cleveland
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215 Clisby Austin Road, Tunnel Hill, GA 30755 MoreLess Info
Tunnel Hill, Georgia contains the Historic Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel. This museum explores the connections between the Civil War, rail travel, slavery and Georgia's history. It is also a frequent venue for Civil War reenactments.
An ecologically sensitive boutique that specializes in earth-friendly skin and body care products, Bellanonna Boutique offers only all natural products. The boutique offers custom orders as well as montly 'mystery boxes' and other services.
Located in downtown Elijay, Tabor House & Civil War Museum provides the community with a bit of history. Well over a century old, it houses artifacts, period furniture and a library featuring books and videos about the Civil War.
Studio 1 Performing Arts School provides dance and performing arts instruction from preschool to the advanced professional level. They offer dance lessons to enhance talents in the fields of Jazz, Hip Hop, Tap, Point, Tumble and Cheer, Baton and Fitness.
The sprawling Ellijay Marketplace is an auction house, flea market and vender co-op offering a rich assortment of goods. Common items sold here include antique furniture, handmade candles, knit goods, artwork, vintage clothing, handmade lace and other home furnishings.
Located near the Cartecay and Coosawatee rivers, Boogie Rivers Tubing Company is a business offering tubing, kayaking, and canoe trips to its visitors. Guests commonly enjoy relaxing, enjoying the picturesque setting, and observing the local wildlife on their trip.
Located where the Cherokee Trail of Tears began, New Echota offers guests 12 different reconstructed and original Native American buildings. Visitors can enjoy the interactive tour, films, nature trails and a visitor center that offers souvenirs and educational materials.