This week on Georgia Traveler get revved up in Madison at the world’s largest micro car museum. Journey to Thunderbolt for a dazzling puppet show that celebrates a few Savannah legends. Step back in time to Milledgeville and explore the politics and personalities of Georgia’s Civil War Capital. Hit an upscale Atlanta restaurant that serves farm to table cuisine with a tongue in cheek twist, and travel 220 miles from Barnesville to Jekyll Island for the annual Peaches to the Beaches yard sale.
Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum
In you have a love for cars that are unique and different in style than you will love Bruce Weiner Car Museum in Madison. These microcars tell the story of a different time and place.
Angela Beasley's Puppet People
Head to the coastal town of thunderbolt for a one of a kind puppet show at Angela Beasley’s Puppet People in Savannah. Where many of Savannah’s famous faces past and present really put on a show.
Old Capitol Mansion
Visit Milledgeville and explore the politics and personalities of Georgia’s Civil War Capitol and take a tour of the Old Capitol Mansion.
If you are looking for a new upscale dinning adventure, take a trip to Atlanta's west side to the Abattoir restaurant, where virtually no part of any animal is left undone.
Peaches to the Beaches
If you are a bargain hunter and enjoy the adventures of finding treasures at yard sales than travel to the annual Peaches to the Beaches yard sale. This is Georgia’s longest yard sale, stretching from the farms of peaches to the sandy beaches. Starting in Barnesville and ending in Jekyll Island