Explore the North Georgia History & Arts
It's easy to become fascinated and caught up in the rich culture and historical background of the areas that we travel to and a visit to Helen, GA and the gorgeous surrounding region is no exception to this rule. What is there to learn here? Rooted deep in American history and tradition, Alpine Helen is the perfect place to both play and learn which means that travelers of all ages and interests will remain engaged and happy with your getaway in the northern GA mountains.
The mountain communities of northern Georgia have also become known for attracting artists, craftsmen and women, and art enthusiasts. Helen and nearby towns like Dahlonega, Blue Ridge, Sautee and Cleveland are home to several galleries, museums and workshops showcasing these local artists. There are also several festivals dedicated to the mountain arts community each year. Many of the museums are free or have minimal admission charges. Galleries and studios are often free and open to the public as well.
Explore the history and arts in the articles we created for you below. And while visiting the area, be sure to check out our cabin rentals.
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