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In Cartersville history comes alive with museums, restored Victorian-era homes, and vibrant shopping and dining downtown district. Whether you stay a day or longer, there are a lot of sites to see. Don’t think of leaving Cartersville until you have experienced the Booth Western Art Museum. It is the nation’s largest permanent exhibition of Western art plus a unique gallery of hand-signed letters from every U.S., President.
Kids love dinosaurs, and at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, they can have their fill. Tellus is a super, kid-friendly museum showcasing the Weinman Mineral Gallery, gigantic dinosaurs, early marvels of transportation and replicas of today’s space exploration. Hands-on activities include gem panning, fossil digs, and thrilling planetarium shows.
If old Victorian homes are your thing, tour the restored home of Reverend Samuel Porter Jones, who inspired the construction of Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Stunning architecture, personal treasures, and furnishings tell the story of Jones’ legacy of faith and its impact on our nation.
The Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site is a journey back in history. The mounds are the prehistoric home to several thousand Native Americans. At the Bartow History Museum, you can experience the history of Northwest Georgia’s industrial, agricultural, and cultural heritage at the site of the Courthouse dating back to 1869.
There are many originals to see in Cartersville. Cartersville is the only place you can take a snapshot at the World’s First Coca-Cola Outdoor Wall Advertisement; it has one of Georgia’s oldest covered bridges the Euharlee Covered Bridge. If you are into old cars, Cartersville’s Old Car City USA displays 4000+ classic cars, and there is the Styrofoam cup art and Elvis Presley’s last ride. Civil War enthusiast will want to see the Cartersville Depot where telegraph lines were cut before Sherman’s March to the Sea. If that is not enough, you can track the infamous Great Locomotive Chase stop-by-stop at five unique historic sites spanning 35 miles. After all that you can take a selfie with the largest camel herd in Georgia at Pettit Creek Farms.
After a day of fun, you might be ready to kick back and relax for an afternoon or evening music show or play. Catch a performance at Cartersville Grand Theatre or see The Pumphouse Players onstage at the Legion Theatre or take a moment and check out the delicious food at many of Cartersville’s dining establishments or fun-filled nightlife scenes. Enjoy some of the regions up-and-coming musicians at the local pubs. Whatever you enjoy it appears Cartersville has a little something for everyone.
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