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305 N. Madison Avenue
Eatonton, GA 31024
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: (706) 485-7701


Visit Eatonton, Georgia

Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia
Visit Eatonton, Georgia

(??.? miles from you)

305 N. Madison Avenue
Eatonton, GA 31024
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1808, Eatonton features a historic downtown district, prominent throughout the Civil War. Today, the area boasts two man-made lakes, two Native American effigies, scenic highways, a blooming arts culture, m

Today, classic antebellum architecture can be seen from every corner of the tree-lined streets of historic Eatonton. A Historic Walking Guide points out some of the most beautiful and unique houses among over 100 Greek Revival, Victorian, Queen Anne, Piedmont Plain, and Gothic Revival homes in the city and county.

If beautiful scenery, tempting food, exceptional shopping experiences, and outdoor activities are what you are looking for... EATONTON IS THE PLACE TO BE! 

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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1808, Eatonton features a historic downtown district, prominent throughout the Civil War. Today, the area boasts two man-made lakes, two Native American effigies, scenic highways, a blooming arts culture, museums dedicated to notable locals, and much more.

Today, classic antebellum architecture can be seen from every corner of the tree-lined streets of historic Eatonton. A Historic Walking Guide points out some of the most beautiful and unique houses among over 100 Greek Revival, Victorian, Queen Anne, Piedmont Plain, and Gothic Revival homes in the city and county.

If beautiful scenery, tempting food, exceptional shopping experiences, and outdoor activities are what you are looking for... EATONTON IS THE PLACE TO BE! 

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Evenings

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Fun Facts

Alice Walker, best known for her novel The Color Purple, was born in Eatonton, Georgia in 1944. She was the daughter of African American sharecroppers.

Joel Chandler Harris, born in Barnes Inn and Tavern in downtown Eatonton in 1845, is best known for the Uncle Remus stories based on folklore from Putnam County residents.

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Why You Should Go...

Founded in 1808, Eatonton features a historic downtown district, prominent throughout the Civil War. Today, the area boasts two man-made lakes, two Native American effigies, scenic highways, a blooming arts culture, museums dedicated to notable locals, and much more.

Today, classic antebellum architecture can be seen from every corner of the tree-lined streets of historic Eatonton. A Historic Walking Guide points out some of the most beautiful and unique houses among over 100 Greek Revival, Victorian, Queen Anne, Piedmont Plain, and Gothic Revival homes in the city and county.

If beautiful scenery, tempting food, exceptional shopping experiences, and outdoor activities are what you are looking for... EATONTON IS THE PLACE TO BE! 

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Evenings

How You Can Follow...

EXTRA FUN

Fun Facts

Alice Walker, best known for her novel The Color Purple, was born in Eatonton, Georgia in 1944. She was the daughter of African American sharecroppers.

Joel Chandler Harris, born in Barnes Inn and Tavern in downtown Eatonton in 1845, is best known for the Uncle Remus stories based on folklore from Putnam County residents.

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