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Helen Vacation Packages

This destination in Northeast Georgia is home to approximately 500 people.

Atlanta, the state capital, is about 75 miles to the southwest of Helen, while Sautee Nacoochee is 2 miles to the east.

Escape the ordinary for a few hours and be transported into a place of wonder at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds and Helen Waterpark. Then, for more great family fun, head to Cool River Tubing and Clarkesville Lanes.

While you're in town, take a tour of Chestatee Wildlife Preserve & Zoo, the region's premier zoo. Alternatively, call in at North Georgia Zoo, another Helen zoo. Between the two popular zoos, whole families will be entertained for many hours by a wide range of animals housed in exhibits along the zoos' pathways.

You won't find too many things more enjoyable than exploring the complexities and delights of quality wines. The Wolf Mountain Vineyards and the Crane Creek Vineyards are must-visit destinations for those with a keen interest in viticulture. The Tiger Mountain Vineyards and 12 Spies Vineyards and Farm are two more local favorites.

Those with an interest in plants will enjoy Hamilton Gardens, one of the more interesting conservation projects in this area. This garden plays an important part in plant preservation.

On a fine day, pack a picnic and visit one of the popular urban parks here. Unicoi State Park and Vogel State Park are two of the top selections for locals and visitors. Tallulah Gorge State Park and Anna Ruby Falls are the other popular options in the area.

A visit to Alpine Helen/White County Convention and Visitors Bureau is a practical way of obtaining interesting information about the area.

Do you love nature? Why not go to see the scenic Raven Cliffs Falls and Minnehaha Falls?

See the world in a new light at a couple of the well-curated exhibition spaces here. Admire the architecture as you check out the displays at the Foxfire Museum and Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site. Misty Mountain Model Railroad and Museum and Rollins Planetarium are a couple more that are worth considering.

Helen is a hub of artistic activity, with gallery spaces all over. Start your tour this creative destination with a stop in at Main Street Gallery and Rosehips Folk Art Gallery. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, wrap up the day at Mark of the Potter and Hickory Flat Pottery.

If you're vacationing in the area, explore its historic buildings and places for insights into the area's rich and colorful history. Start your local history tour by heading to Chenocetah Tower and the much-loved Vickery House. Two other fascinating sights you may wish to explore are the Consolidated Gold Mine and the Crisson Gold Mine.

To capture a great photo that will impress the folks back home, head to Tallulah Point Overlook, a popular landmark in Helen.

Spare some time to consider a story from Helen's past at Big Red Apple Monument.

Visitors of all ages will find something of interest at the Piedmont College, Helen's leading educational institution. Those who finished school years ago can revel in the nostalgia of their glory days, while aspiring students can see what lies ahead.

Wander through Victoria's Center if you are keen on shopping or just watching the crowds pass by. Pick up a few gifts or check out the local fashion trends in this busy spot.

To see live performances by some of the best and brightest talents in Helen, check out the programs of much-loved theater, dance and music venues. The Historic Holly Theater, Helen Festhalle, and Black Bear Dinner Theatre, each offer their own unique style, ensuring you'll find something to suit your mood and tastes.

The Sautee Nacoochee Community Center and Kingwood Resort Golf are a couple of unique landmarks for vacationers in Helen.

Accommodation in Helen

You'll find 51 Helen accommodation options on Expedia's easy-to-use Helen hotels page.

The Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa, at 6321 U S Highway 76, and the Beechwood Inn - Bed Breakfast and Wine Cellar, at 220 Beechwood Drive are two of the higher-end accommodation options in Helen. Stay at either and you'll be bound to have the nicest rooms in town. Alternatively, the Glen-Ella Springs Inn, at 1789 Bear Gap Road, and The Ridges Resort and Marina, at 3499 US Highway 76 W, are two cheaper options

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