Kennesaw enjoys a wide variety of shopping and dining opportunities in the city as well as in the nearby Barrett Parkway/Town Center Community Improvement District. Pack a picnic lunch and head to Swift-Cantrell Park, watch the skateboarders on the Street League certified plaza, and don’t forget to bring your dog and run in the dog park! If you’re looking for something a little more unique and enjoy great brews, check out the Dry County Brewing Company, or perhaps the Lazy Guy Distillery for a stronger drink
United by woodland paths, visitors can discover our Garden Collections, including a Bonsai exhibit, camellia garden, tea house and waterfall area, rose garden and conifer displays. Each collection is accompanied by sculpture to create and exceptional blend of art, history and horticulture. The Gardens is truly a garden for any season, where the texture, color and form make this place a peaceful haven. The seasonal delights make these gardens a welcome sanctuary. With 16 acres of serene settings and over 3,000 types of plants to enjoy, you may need to make more than one trip!
Kennesaw has deep historical roots, noticeably for its railroad locomotive “The General”. Its key location close to the capital of Georgia, Kennesaw is the perfect place to make whiskey, a practice that has been valued throughout American history. The historic buildings have seen lots of changes over the years, just as the whiskey making process in America has undergone lots of change. From the Whiskey Rebellion in the late 1700’s to the Prohibition Era in the 1920’s, Whiskey has been a foundation of many American events and even served as currency more than once in our country’s history. Close to the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive, and giving free tours on Saturdays this distillery should defiantly be on your list of places to visit.
Kennesaw is full of history, seeing as the town was settled as a result of the Western and Atlantic Railroad being built. Many events happened in the region during the Civil War, such as the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain where some buried artifacts have been found by people with metal detectors, and the Camp MacDonald training camp was located here from 1861 to 1863. The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History is a great place to get lost in the past, and currently is the home of “The General”, the locomotive that played the key role in the Great Locomotive Chase. Also located here is the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park that preserves a Civil War battleground of the Atlanta Campaign.
No matter if you’re taking a leisurely stroll through lush flowers or taking in the downtown attractions around Depot Park to learn about Civil War history, any place you visit in Kennesaw is sure to be a great day out for you and your friends or family. It’s all right here in Kennesaw. Enjoy!
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