Newnan Tourism

Residents and guests of Newnan, Georgia enjoy an abundance of activities and events all year long. This city of over 16,000 people maintains its feeling of community with an active historical society, a theatre group and a recreation department. Visitors can also enjoy the scenic natural beauty of the city, which is an easy distance from many parks and green spaces.

Newnan is known for its antebellum architecture, and many of the city's historic homes are open for tours. For the most part, the Civil War passed by this place, leaving intact many of the homes and commercial buildings that are original to the city. Visitors are encouraged to explore these landmarks, which include the famous Coweta County courthouse. This Greek Revival structure has been the backdrop for several films, television and books.

The city holds its own community festivals and local events, and is close to other Coweta County attractions. The county fairgrounds host livestock shows, agricultural auctions, open air theatre productions and equestrian events. Unique regional gatherings, such as the Magnolia Blossom Festival and the Powers Crossroads County Fair, attract visitors from across the county and surrounding areas.

Newnan prides itself on its rich history and strong sense of community. It offers many activities that bring residents and their guests together to share in the traditions that are unique to this place. Its ties to the past and small town flavor make Newnan a desirable place to live and work.