7 Best Places to Visit in Marietta, Georgia

Marietta was established from an 1830s courthouse and main square. It grew rapidly even after the main hub of the Western.

Ghosts of Marietta Tour

The Ghosts of Marietta Tour is a great way to get to know Marietta and its many landmarks.

Marietta Square

Marietta Square is located downtown Marietta, Georgia. Glover park is located in the middle of Marietta Square and hosts many concerts and events.

Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art

The Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art was opened in the 1990s. It is housed with a grand Greek Revival-style building with a portico of columns.

Marietta Confederate Cemetery

The Confederate Cemetery is located next to the City Cemetery. It is also the longest for many hundred miles.

Oakton House

 Oakton House, Marietta's oldest continuously occupied house, was built in 1838.

Six Flags White Water

Six Flags White Water is suitable for all ages. This water park covers 280,000 square meters and is one of America's top.