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Attractions in Georgia's Blue Ridge
Special places and unique experiences make your visit more fun.
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is one of the "must see" attractions in the north Georgia mountains. The railroad connects the towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville and offers a journey along the beautiful Toccoa River. Board the train at the historic depot in Blue Ridge. Open April through December. Call 1-877-413-8724 or visit www.brscenic.com.
Downtown Blue Ridge
The mountain town of Blue Ridge is a perfect mix of old and new, with upscale shopping and dining in a quaint small town setting. The historic Blue Ridge Depot and Blue Ridge Scenic Railway are at the heart of town, along with a lots of greenspace and places to play in the Downtown Blue Ridge City Park. Click here to find out more about attractions in Blue Ridge.
McCaysville & The Copper Basin
The Toccoa/Ocoee River runs through the town of McCaysville, destination of the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway's journey. Cross the Blue Line in McCaysville and you're in Copperhill, Tennessee. McCaysville and Copperhill are the heart of the Copper Basin, with a rich history in mining. To learn more about the mining history of the Copper Basin, visit the Burra Burra Mine and Museum in Ducktown, Tenn. Click here to find out more about attractions in McCaysville.
Mercier Orchards & Agritourism Attractions
Mercier Orchards, located on Highway 5 in Blue Ridge, the largest orchard in the southeast and family farm for 65 years. Mountainview Orchards, on Mobile Road in McCaysville, is an old fashioned apple orchard and fruit market you also won't want to miss. Enjoy our newest farm winery, Bear Claw Vineyards, located on Tennis Court Road in Blue Ridge as well as Serenberry Vineyards located on Highway 60 between Morganton and Dahlonega. Find out more about agritourism attractions in the Blue Ridge area here..
The Swan Drive-In
One of five remaining drive-in theaters in Georgia, offering first run movies on weekends and daily during summer and fall seasons. Call 706-632-5235 to see what's playing or see the Swan website at www.swan-drive-in.com. Located at 651 Summit Street in Blue Ridge.
Awesome New Attractions
Don't miss this new museum that is dedicated to the hunt for Sasquatch! Expedition Big Foot is located in on Hwy 515 in Cherry Log between Ellijay and Blue Ridge.
Find out more about Expedition Big Foot here.
Escape Blue Ridge
Can you escape? An escape room is a physical adventure game in which players are locked in a room and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit. The games are physical versions of "escape the room" video games. Located at 389 West First Street in Blue Ridge.
Find out more about Escape Blue Ridge here.
Kiln and Crafts
Kiln is a canvas and pottery painting studio featuring a variety of art, crafts and handmade gifts. Paint your own piece of pottery, paint your own masterpiece on canvas, create your own handmade craft, or attend a class on painting or crafting. Located in the Hampton Square Building on West First Street in Blue Ridge. Find out more about Kiln & Crafts here.
Daffodil Hill Farm & Carriage
Daffodil Hill Farm & Carriage is a horse-drawn carriage company. They offer carriage rides seasonally in downtown Blue Ridge as well as scenic rides through the country and rides for that special occasion; proposals, prom, weddings, dates and more. Give them a call to book your ride today! 706-851-4430 Find out more about Daffodil Hill Farm & Carriage here.