Episode 506

We join David as he visits the Tellus Science Museum, where you will find space, dinosaurs, and an observatory showing galaxies far, far away. We continue with Rickey as she takes us back in time on the Augusta Canal to learn how Augusta became an industrial war machine during the Civil War. We then travel with Chef Marvin Woods to visit the unique Empire State South restaurant, where southern style charm mixed with a neighborhood feel is sure to please. We rejoin David at the new Historic Banning Mills rock wall, where The Guinness Book of World Records is on hand to verify it as the world’s tallest…And brave their death-defying 100 foot Free-Fall.

Sun 7:00pm:
Poseidon & Peach State

We begin this week launching high above the waters of Lake Lanier as Host David Zelski flies with ...

Mon 3:30am:
Poseidon & Peach State

We begin this week launching high above the waters of Lake Lanier as Host David Zelski flies with ...

Mon 7:30pm:
Treasures Untold

This week on Georgia Traveler, we find Gold in the high country and live the high life in the Low ...

Tue 7:30pm:
A Place To Hang Your Hat

This week on Georgia Traveler, we’re tracking down a few of Savannah’s ghostly legends. Also, ...



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Season 5: Episode 506

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