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Discovery Center is Open , 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily
NOTICE: Masks are required for unvaccinated guests over the age of 12.
Virginia Hand Callaway (1900-1995), co-founder of what was originally called Ida Cason Gardens, was passionate about connecting man with the natural world. Her legacy continues at this beautiful facility that bears her name. Nestled in a wooded environment on the edge of Mountain Creek Lake, the 35,000-square-foot facility is the logical starting point for your tour of Callaway Resort & Gardens.
In the main lobby, an information area with a knowledgeable staff and interactive kiosks provides an overview of the Gardens’ past and present. And a small theater features “The Story of Callaway Gardens,” a continuously playing orientation video. The Discovery Center also houses an auditorium, an exhibit hall, an education wing, and the Discovery Gift Shop. Outside is the Vaughn-Jordan Backyard Wildlife Habitat Garden, the Discovery Café, and the Discovery Amphitheater, where you can experience our Free-Flighted Birds of Prey Shows.
Swimming, Sunbathing, Paddle boarding, and More on Robin Lake
Climb and zip through the trees on this fun forest course
Meet over 1,000 colorful butterflies face-to-face
These colossal crawlers are taking over Callaway Gardens
Discover the strength, speed, and beauty of these magnificent creatures
Explore Callaway’s 2,500 acres by foot or by bicycle
Drink in the beauty of azaleas, hydrangeas, and other woodland wonders
One of National Geographic’s Top 10 Holiday Light Displays
An authentic Georgia outdoor family getaway like no other
Enjoy mouthwatering, chef-prepared cuisine at an array of restaurants
Watch beautiful balloons aglow at this annual event
NEW family-friendly Fall event. Gardens by Day, Glow by Night!
Tournament for the greatest athletes in competitive watersports
Some of the best lake fishing in the southeastern United States