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9 Tours in Georgia

Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, GA

Twice a year, Atlanta Motor Speedway is the bustling center of the NASCAR Sprint Cup world, filled with hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the country. But the rest of the year, this premier racing facility is open to the public for speedway tours and a behind-the-scenes look at one of the South's finest entertainment complexes.

Official track tours include a brief track history, a visit to Petty Garden, a sneak peek at the garages and Victory Lane, and two laps in the Speedway van around the same 1.54-mile track that stars like Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt ...
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Cabbage Patch Kids
Cleveland, GA

Known the world over as the birthplace of the "hand-stitched" Original Cabbage Patch Kids, BabyLand General Hospital is a very real place.

Our History:

1976
As a 21 year old art student, Xavier Roberts rediscovers "needle molding" a German technique for fabric sculpture from the early 1800?s. Combining his interest in sculpture with the quilting skills passed down from his mother, Xavier creates his first soft-sculptures.

1977
While working his way through school as manager of the Unicoi Craft Shop in Helen, Georgia, Xavier develops the marketing concept of adoptable Little PeopleĀ® with birth certificates.

1978
Xavier begins delivering his ...
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Flex-A-Bed
LaFayette, GA

Visit our LaFayette, Georgia factory. Visitors are always welcome at Flex-A-Bed. Watch us build the high quality beds that give thousands a great night of sleep. We would love to show you around.

You can make reservations so we know you are coming, or you can just drop in during normal production hours. Please make reservations for large groups. Email us for details at [email protected] or give us a call at 1-800-648-1256.


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Hansel and Gretel Candy Kitchen
Helen, GA

Hansel & Gretel Candy Kitchen started in 1973 as a tiny shop in an alley in Helen, Georgia. The owners were a young couple, David and Janet Jones, who were full of enthusiasm, but had no idea how to make candy.

Slowly and steadily over the years, the couple and their ever-growing staff learned how to make different candies, and Hansel & Gretel now produces the widest assortment of candies of any Georgia retailer.

Whether you are looking for such Southern traditions as peanut brittle, divinity, fudge or pralines, there is simply no one who ...
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Inside CNN Studio Tour
Atlanta, GA

The studio tour features a number of behind-the-scenes demonstrations. Here you'll learn just how we make images--like weather maps--appear behind our anchors and correspondents.

The Tour Finale features CNN anchors and reporters discussing the many memories, challenges and requirements of the job.

Put all you learned on the tour to work at the Interactive Area inside The Turner Store. Here you can make a video of yourself reading the day's top news stories, or have your picture taken with a variety of Turner personalities on the Studio Chromakey. Make your visit to the Turner Store complete by picking ...
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Lane Packing Company
Fort Valley, GA

Originally founded in 1908 by our great-grandfather John David Duke, the farm was named Diamond Fruit Farm. In addition, John David Duke owned a facility that manufactured basket liners and built a peach packinghouse in 1942 that was named J.D. Duke. In 1950 he changed the name of this business to Southern Orchard Supply Co. but business was taken over by his son-in-law David O. Lane, and grandson, Duke Lane, Sr. The farming name remained the same but the packing portion of the business became Lane Packing Company.

Following the retirement of his father, David O. Lane, Duke Lane, ...
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Nora Mill Granary Grist Mill & Country Store
Helen, GA

Nora Mill Granary - an authentic working grist mill that is nestled alongside the Chattahoochee River. At Nora Mill, we grind corn daily using either the original French burr stones that are water powered by the Chattahoochee River - or by our more modern "Meal Master" stone grinding system located on our second floor. Either way, all product is all natural and is stone ground.

Nora Mill Granary, Inc. Est. 1876

About the mill . . . .

Nora Mill Granary is an operational gristmill sitting alongside the Chattahoochee River in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains that stone ...
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Susan's Elements of Arts
Helen, GA

Tucked away in the back of Helen Square on the west side of Main street in Helen Georgia is Susan's Elements of Art. It is here where Susan Wright does custom stain glass work and her husband, Keith, makes primitive wooden bowls from large blocks of wood.

The work produced by these two artisans is as extraordinary to behold as it is fun to watch being made.


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World of Coca-Cola
Atlanta, GA

For more than 120 years, we?ve been putting our secret formula into bottles. Now, we?ve put it all in one amazing place ? the World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton PlaceĀ®..

A visit to this dynamic facility will be engaging, entertaining and fun for guests of all ages. From a thrilling multisensory 4-D theater to a marvelously restored 1880?s soda fountain, you?ll experience something new and inviting around every corner. Take home a special one-of-a-kind World of Coca-Cola glass bottle produced exclusively for our guests on our fully-functioning bottling line. Snap a photo with our 7-foot Coca-Cola Polar Bear. Take your ...
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