Things to Do at Callaway Gardens

From day trips to annual passes to club memberships, here's everything you need to know about entering the Gardens.
Get a glimpse of the complete property layout and map your trip before you visit. To enjoy the Gardens, you may travel by personal vehicle or bicycle (personal or rental). Callaway Cruiser, 4 and 6-seater carts, are available for rent, as available..
From the expansive Callaway Discovery Center to the humble Pioneer Log Cabin, visitors to Callaway Gardens will find a world of fascinating exhibits to explore and programs to delight in.
The Day Butterfly Center is one of North America’s largest conservatories – and one of the Gardens’ most popular attractions.
Our fascinating and educational daily shows feature owls, hawks and other species swooping overhead and visiting guests “on the glove.”
Take your love of nature to new heights on this dizzying course of ziplines and other high-flying challenges deftly woven into a natural forest beside Mountain Creek Lake.
With 6,500 acres of open air space, there’s a plethora of recreational opportunities for visitors. Down the fairway, on the clay and trails or over the water – there’s surely an activity to suit everyone in your crowd.
Geocaching at Callaway Gardens allows you to be a part of a real-world treasure hunt with more than 40 caches across the 2,500 acre property
You wouldn't expect a sprawling white-sand beach in the middle of Georgia, but that's exactly what you'll find at Callaway Gardens.