Extending the length of Georgia 400, the Hospitality Highway runs from just north of downtown Atlanta to the North Georgia Mountains, linking the seven communities of Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, Cumming/Forsyth, Dawsonville and Dahlonega. As you traverse from one community to another, you’ll discover that, while the road may come to an end, the activities go on forever.


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Just about anywhere you stop along Hospitality Highway you are sure to find art, whether it is a gallery, a community playhouse,  or a performing arts group. Soak in the art and culture of these charming communities.


With well over 1000 restaurants located in the communities that border the Hospitality Highway, the area is a foodie’s delight.


The richness of the history and heritage along Hospitality Highway will delight any southern history buff. You can learn about anything from moonshine running in Dahloenga to how the Civil War impacted this region. You’ll run out of time before you run out of history.


It is easy to find huge swatches of green in the Hospitality Highway region. The heavily forested Big Creek Greenway runs through Roswell, Alpharetta and Cumming. In Sandy Springs and Roswell enjoy the Chattahoochee River.


If shopping is one of your life’s pleasures, look what awaits you along Hospitality Highway…  outlet malls, quaint downtown boutiques, antique stores, 250-store malls, and so much more!


Seeking “spirited” entertainment? Look no further. Learn about these souls on a Roswell Ghost Tour, as you hear the toilsome tales of the mill village and the spirits said to live behind the mansion wall, from paranormal investigators. Catch a theatre performance at ACT1 Theatre in Alpharetta, too.


Need help figuring out what to do along the Georgia 400 Hospitality Highway. Check out some of our suggestions for seven fun-filled and activity-packed adventures.

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