This week on Georgia Traveler... We visit with Host David Zelski at the technologically remarkable and artistically amazing SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah. We set our imagination free at LEGOland in Atlanta with Host Michelle DeShields and her daughter Delaney, who take on the rides and build their own LEGO masterpiece. Next it's off with Host Parker Wallace to Fresh Air BBQ, Daddy D’z and the Whistling Pig for a barbecue showdown…Georgia style. Then, we visit the poultry capital of the world, Historic Gainesville and discover how this resilient town was reborn after a painful past.
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Filled with contemporary art design, Georgia Traveler explores the majestic and glamorous Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art, which opened its doors in October 2011. From runway designs to artistic cultural exhibitions this museum will bring out the creative juices in everyone. We also explore this one of kind, interactive, computerized table which sits right inside the entry and serves as a guide to the entire museum.
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Host Michelle DeShields brings her 5 year daughter Delaney to Atlanta’s LEGOLAND Discovery Center; one of seven Lego attractions around the world, and the fourth discovery center in the United States. We explore the adventures of the Lego factory, ride on the rides, and even build our own Lego Skyscraper. . . It’s a fun adventure for kids of all ages.
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We travel with Host Parker Wallace in search of Georgia’s finest barbecue. We visit 3 of Georgia’s most famous barbecue joints: Fresh Air BBQ in Jackson, GA, The Whistling Pig in Pine Mountain, GA and Daddy D’z in Atlanta. This finger licking experience is sure to have you craving barbecue.
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When it comes to location, Gainesville is second to none. Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the 19th largest City in the state is surrounded on three sides by Lake Sidney Lanier. We explore this unique city and learn of its history. There was a time when Gainesville’s northeastern neighbor was a hamlet named Rabbittown. Rabbits were raised to sell but were displaced by poultry. A 20 foot tall bunny monument was built in 1993 just off the old Cornelia highway in remembrance of the old days.