We tour with David through the many levels of this iconic Atlanta Theatre,The Fabulous Fox. Next, we meet up with Michelle for Girls Just Wanna Have Wine at Chateau Élan in Braselton…an escape featuring fine wine and a luxurious spa. It’s off to Richmond Hill with Rickey to explore Fort McAllister which boasts the best-preserved earthwork of the Confederacy. Later David takes us to the little western village of Tanglewood Farm in Canton, where precious miniature animals run the town. And we creep our way into the unbelievable Smithsonian Institute’s U.S National Tick Collection, in Statesboro, which hosts millions of ticks of all different sizes and varieties from every continent on earth. All that and more on the next. . . Georgia Traveler.
We journey back in time to explore the earth’s largest dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of ...Wed 7:00pm:
We journey back in time to explore the earth’s largest dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of ...Fri 8:00pm:
We journey to Noah’s Ark, an amazing animal sanctuary in Locust Grove, where lions, tigers and ...Sat 6:30pm:
We journey to Noah’s Ark, an amazing animal sanctuary in Locust Grove, where lions, tigers and ...
Join Michelle as she takes off on a girlfriend’s getaway to Atlanta’s Chateau Élan winery and resort, Georgia’s largest winery. We explore one of the many customize visits “Girls Just Wanna have Wine” to explore the wine making process, luxury and the variety of attractions Chateau Élan has to offer.
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Richmond Hill, Ga.
Rickey visits Fort McAllister, a hidden gem among Georgia’s Civil War sites. It features stunning views of the Ogeechee River, camp sites, wildlife, and hiking trails. It is also where you can find the best-preserved earthen fortifications of the Confederacy.
David takes us to the world’s smallest registered miniature horse and North America’s only mini-yaks farm…Tanglewood farms. Its visionary creator Michelle Bolt displays these extraordinary animals for people of all ages to enjoy.
Located at Georgia Southern University, there’s one museum you may want to visit, The Smithsonian Institute’s beautiful Tick collection. Millions of ticks of all different sizes and varieties from every continent on earth…And believe it or not, you can visit on Wednesdays or call in for a special tour, so prepare to be enthralled.