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Attractions to explore nearby The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The State Botanical Garden of Georgia2450 S Milledge Ave, Athens, GA 30605, USA

The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is a botanical garden of 313 acres in the United States, with a conservatory operated by the University of Georgia. It is located at 2450 South Milledge Avenue, Athens, Georgia. The Garden contains eleven botanical and horticultural collections

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Garden Club of Georgia0.08 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The first and oldest organized garden club in the United States is the Ladies' Garden Club of Athens, Georgia. It started in 1891 with a gathering of twelve women friends who shared plants and plant cuttings. It was formally organized the following year. is an organized group of people with a shared interest in gardening, gardens, and plants.

Oconee Forest Park2.93 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The Chattahoochee–Oconee National Forest in northern Georgia comprises two United States National Forests, the Oconee National Forest in eastern Georgia and the Chattahoochee National Forest located in the North Georgia Mountains. The Chattahoochee National Forest is composed of an eastern and western forest. The western forest contains Johns Mountain, Little Sand Mountain, and Taylor Ridge. One of the beautiful trekking destination in Georgia.

Georgia Museum of Art4.46 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The Georgia Museum of Art is an art museum in Athens, Georgia, United States, associated with the University of Georgia. The museum is both an academic museum and, since 1982, the official art museum of the state of Georgia.1982. The permanent collection consists of American paintings, primarily 19th- and 20th-century; American, European and Asian works on paper and so more.

Georgia Museum of Natural History4.83 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Georgia Museum of Natural History is the U.S. state of Georgia's museum of natural history in Athens. The science portion of the museum has fourteen different collections in Archaeology, Arthropod, Botany Herbarium, Economic Geology, Herpetology, Ichthyology, Invertebrate Biology, Mammalogy, Mycological Herbarium, Ornithology, Paleontology, Pollen and Plant Microspore, Rocks and Minerals, and Zooarchaeology as well as more than 325,000 ethanol-preserved fish and other animal specimens

Tree That Owns Itself5.84 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree that, according to legend, has legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base. The tree, also called the Jackson Oak, is at the corner of South Finley and Dearing Streets in Athens, Georgia, United States.

Morton Theatre6.25 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The Morton Theatre, located in downtown Athens, Georgia at 195 West Washington Street, is one of the first vaudeville theatres in the United States uniquely built, owned, and operated by an African-American businessman: Monroe Morton. The Theatre currently operates as a rental facility that hosts a wide range of dramatic, musical, and dance performances as well as special events.

Double Barrel Cannon6.42 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The double-barreled cannon is an American Civil War-era experimental weapon and is now a modern landmark located in Athens, Georgia. While originally built for warfare, the cannon never saw battle.

Lyndon House Arts Center6.92 KMs away from The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

The Ware–Lyndon House is a historic house located at 293 Hoyt Street in Athens, Georgia, at the end of Jackson Street. Built circa 1850, the house is two stories and exhibits an Italianate style. In 1976, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the only surviving structure from the Lickskillet neighborhood of Athens, one of the most fashionable districts of its time.