Cultural Interest

  1. Carroll County Symphony Orchestra

    Carroll County is home to its own Symphony Orchestra, who inspire us and future generations with their music

  2. Carrollton Greenbelt

    Upon completion, there will be a 16-mile paved trail around the City of Carrollton

  3. Carrollton Historic Cemetery

    Located across two hilltops along what was once the outskirts of town, the Carrollton City Cemetery is a peaceful and stately oasis in the historic heart of Carrollton. It is here that so many of Carroll County's best stories wrote their final chapters. Some of those stories are well known and some are little read but all played a part in making our area the special place it is today.

  4. Carrollton Main Street

    For the latest happenings in Downtown Carrollton, please visit the Main Street page.

  5. Copeland Hall

    Copeland Hall offers the Sertoma Concert Series which consists of 5 concerts annually. During any given year these concerts will promote various types of music such as country, bluegrass, folk, Americana, rhythm and blues, classical and other genres.

  6. Cultural Arts Center Carrollton

    Here are upcoming events at the Cultural Arts Center Carrollton

  7. Historic Banning Mills

    Historic Banning Mills is located in Georgia’s only hidden gorge on beautiful Snake Creek in Carroll County, Georgia. It is an area rich in history and home to our country inn, Historic Banning Mills. We invite you to visit and explore this history. The area was originally home to the Creek and Cherokee nations. They lived in lodges made of pine poles and mud plaster and farmed and hunted along the rich and fertile Chattahoochee River area.

  8. Ole McDermitt's Farm

    Welcome to Ole McDermitt's Farm located in Carrollton, Ga, one hour west of Atlanta. We are dedicated to providing your family the best family fun on the farm. We invite you and your family to share our refreshing view of the country.

  9. Pine Mountain Gold Museum

    The Pine Mountain Gold Museum at Stockmar Park is a unique historical site with a museum, actual mining sites, nature trails and gold panning all at one location. Experience gold mining techniques spanning over 100 years beginning in the 1820s through the early 1930s. We are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  10. Roop House

    The Roop House is a restored historic home located in Roopville, Georgia. A venue of Southern charm at it's best, available for rent to host your next special event.

  11. Southeastern Quilt & Textile Museum

    The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum mission is the preservation and history of quilts and textiles. Programs and galleries of the Museum will provide education and embrace the ever-changing craft of quilting.

  12. Southern Quilt Trail

    The Quilt Trail includes many towns in Carroll County, including Bowdon, Carrollton, Roopville, Mount Zion, Temple and Whitesburg.

  13. Susan Hayward's Gravesite

    Academy Award winning actress Susan Hayward is buried at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church off Highway 113 in Carrollton

  14. Townsend Center

    The Maurice K. Townsend Center for the Performing Arts supports the academic departments of Music and Theatre throughout their various performance and educational endeavors, supports the academic mission of the University of West Georgia as a whole, and advocates the Arts and Arts Education to the university and surrounding communities.

  15. University of West Georgia Sports

    Come watch a game during football, basketball or baseball seasons.

  16. Villa Rica Tourism

    Villa Rica can boast the first Gold Strike in Georgia as well as being home to Coca-Cola legend Asa Candler and Gospel Music founder Thomas A. Dorsey. Experience the feel of an old mercantile or stroll along our raised sidewalks, dotted with Crepe Myrtle’s, and choose from a variety of shops and restaurants. Enjoy our Historic Downtown with its authentic architecture and be sure to stop by and view the architecture of Wick’s Tavern the oldest commercial structure in West Georgia. Visit the Pine Mountain Gold Museum where you can walk the trails where miners walked, pan for gold and gems and enjoy the museum and documentary film, all in one location! No matter what you’re looking for, you can still discover gold in Villa Rica, Georgia!

  17. Vineyard & Winery Association of West Georgia

    The association is also to serve as an educational group working with area cooperative extension agents to do projects that create general public interest with wine tastings and field trips, and to offer specific step by step advice to potential growers with a series of workshops featuring the leading grape and vineyard experts in the south.

  18. West Georgia Chapter of the Native Plant Society

    Welcome to the West GA Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society. The chapter was formed by a group of native plant enthusiasts, in September 2008, to serve the people in the western counties of the North Georgia Piedmont.