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Dahlonega Chamber & Visitors Bureau


13 South Park Street
Dahlonega, GA 30533
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site info@dahlonega.org

Call: 706-864-3711


Dahlonega Chamber & Visitors Bureau


(??.? miles from you)

13 South Park Street
Dahlonega, GA 30533
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Welcome to Dahlonega. This historic city features the oldest courthouse in Georgia dating to 1828 in the centerpiece of the historic Public Square that has been converted to a Gold Museum.  The administration bui

The first major gold rush in the United States took place in Dahlonega in the 1830s and there's still gold in "them thar hills," as Mark Twain once said. Known for it's laidback atmosphere, genuine and authentic charm and remarkable natural beauty. Enjoy more than 30 waterfalls, 22 rivers, creeks and streams and pastoral, and rolling hills and valleys in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Dahlonega is the closest city to the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain. Dahlonega and Lumpkin County are becoming known as a premier destination for wine lovers -- with five wineries and a total of 12 wine tasting rooms.  

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Why You Should Go...

Welcome to Dahlonega. This historic city features the oldest courthouse in Georgia dating to 1828 in the centerpiece of the historic Public Square that has been converted to a Gold Museum.  The administration building at the University of North Georgia -- with its distinctive steeple made of real gold, was once a regional U.S. Mint. 

The first major gold rush in the United States took place in Dahlonega in the 1830s and there's still gold in "them thar hills," as Mark Twain once said. Known for it's laidback atmosphere, genuine and authentic charm and remarkable natural beauty. Enjoy more than 30 waterfalls, 22 rivers, creeks and streams and pastoral, and rolling hills and valleys in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Dahlonega is the closest city to the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain. Dahlonega and Lumpkin County are becoming known as a premier destination for wine lovers -- with five wineries and a total of 12 wine tasting rooms.  

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Hours:

10:00am - 5:00pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

9:00am - 5:30pm

Cost: Free

Parking: Free On-site, Street

Available: Private Tour, Family Restroom, Changing Station, Wi-fi, Multilingual Staff, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Free parking is available downtown and around the historic Public Square. Dahlonega became popular thanks to the discovery of gold in the early 1800 and has had two gold rushes, including the first major U.S. Gold Rush, even before California.

Most of Dahlonega's major events take place on the third weekend of each month (Bear on the Square in April, Arts and Wine Festival in May, Wine Trail Weekend in August, Gold Rush in October), plus many more. 

Dahlonega's "golden ticket" enables visitors to the Dahlonega.org website to customize their stay with "deals of the day" -- check it frequently. 

Fun Facts

Wine and tourism in general is Dahlonega's new gold, with five wineries, each with their own unique personalities and seven wine tasting rooms downtown -- the charm of Dahlonega allows for comfortable and low-key exploring of the downtown Public Square, area waterfalls and even gold panning. 

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Why You Should Go...

Welcome to Dahlonega. This historic city features the oldest courthouse in Georgia dating to 1828 in the centerpiece of the historic Public Square that has been converted to a Gold Museum.  The administration building at the University of North Georgia -- with its distinctive steeple made of real gold, was once a regional U.S. Mint. 

The first major gold rush in the United States took place in Dahlonega in the 1830s and there's still gold in "them thar hills," as Mark Twain once said. Known for it's laidback atmosphere, genuine and authentic charm and remarkable natural beauty. Enjoy more than 30 waterfalls, 22 rivers, creeks and streams and pastoral, and rolling hills and valleys in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Dahlonega is the closest city to the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail at Springer Mountain. Dahlonega and Lumpkin County are becoming known as a premier destination for wine lovers -- with five wineries and a total of 12 wine tasting rooms.  

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Hours:
10:00am - 5:00pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm
9:00am - 5:30pm

Cost: Free

Parking: Free On-site, Street

Available: Private Tour, Family Restroom, Changing Station, Wi-fi, Multilingual Staff, Gift Shop, Souvenirs

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Free parking is available downtown and around the historic Public Square. Dahlonega became popular thanks to the discovery of gold in the early 1800 and has had two gold rushes, including the first major U.S. Gold Rush, even before California.

Most of Dahlonega's major events take place on the third weekend of each month (Bear on the Square in April, Arts and Wine Festival in May, Wine Trail Weekend in August, Gold Rush in October), plus many more. 

Dahlonega's "golden ticket" enables visitors to the Dahlonega.org website to customize their stay with "deals of the day" -- check it frequently. 

Fun Facts

Wine and tourism in general is Dahlonega's new gold, with five wineries, each with their own unique personalities and seven wine tasting rooms downtown -- the charm of Dahlonega allows for comfortable and low-key exploring of the downtown Public Square, area waterfalls and even gold panning. 

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