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Downtown Athens Georgia
Athens, Georgia
United States

Enjoy this tour of Downtown Athens. Tour provided by: Athens Welcome Center


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Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
United States

Travel along the streets of Montgomery, Alabama and learn the history of the civil rights movement. Learn about Rosa Parks, E.D. Nixon, Frank M. Johnson and the role the government played in shaping the civil rights movement. This tour was made possible through content derived from the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.


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Georgia Explorer Georgia Aquarium
Atlanta, Georgia
United States

Enjoy this tour of the Georgia Explorer at the Georgia Aquarium. The Georgia Aquarium is the world's largest aquarium and is home to over 100,000 fish.


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Everglades National Park
Homestead, Florida
United States

This audio tour takes travelers through the Everglades National Park in Homestead, Florida. Enjoy the unique wildlife and scenery that the park has to offer on this audio guided tour. This tour was made possible with content derived from the Everglades National Park (nps.gov/ever/).


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New Orleans French Quarter
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

New Orleans French Quarter is the oldest part of New Orleans and was the site of the original French city that was founded in 1718. It unique geography as the last major port on the Mississippi River assured its rise to become a large, successful city. As a major port city, New Orleans has been influenced by the blending of dozens of cultures to become one of the most interesting and complex cities in the United States. Let Geogad explain how the influences of Native American, French, Spanish, Caribbean, Creole, Cajun, African, and American combined to make this unique city. For more info on French Quarter local events, check out Experience New Orleans.


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Savannah Western Historic District
Savannah, Georgia
United States

The Western Historic District of Savannah, Georgia covers some of Savannah's most interesting places such as River Street, Telfair Square, the Juliette Gordon Low House, and Savannah's old train station, which is now the main Savannah Visitor Center and the Savannah History Museum. Don't miss the story of the Savannah's part of the Underground Railroad and the night that Savannah lay terrified before the approach of Union troops at the end of the U.S. Civil War. This tour starts and ends at Savannah's two visitor centers and makes a great introductory tour for Savannah.

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Savannah Eastern Historic District
Savannah, Georgia
United States

Starting at Savannah's City Hall, this tour winds its way through Emmet Park for lovely views of the Savannah River. It continues past the infamous Pirate House and the oldest structure in Savannah through Savannah's loveliest and most historic squares and homes. Included on the tour are homes of the South's most famous writers including Flannery O'Conner and Conrad Aiken and other famous Savannah citizens such as Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts and Jim Williams, a successful, local businessman whose actions and home formed the setting for the book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The tour ends at Forsyth Park with its majestic old oak trees and its large fountain that form a restful location in the heart of Savannah.

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