Gwinnett's oldest city, rich in history and togetherness.
The City of Lawrenceville is the county seat and the oldest city in Gwinnett. Centrally located, Lawrenceville offers an array of dining, attractions, hotels and events for residents and visitors alike. Lawrenceville is home to Georgia Gwinnett College. GGC opened its doors in 2006 as the first four-year college founded in Georgia in more than 100 years, and the first four-year, public college created in the U.S. in the 21st century.
"Aurora Theatre adds to downtown Lawrenceville's charm by offering professional theater, comedy, Ghost Tours and children's programming."
Lawrenceville is one of Gwinnett’s hot spots for TV and filming. In fact, it's one of the homes for FOX TV’S Sleepy Hollow.
Many of the historic buildings of downtown Lawrenceville have been converted into restaurants such as Dominick's, Universal Joint, McCray's Tavern, the Cornerstop Cafe, La Cazuela, Local Republic and more. Aurora Theatre adds to downtown Lawrenceville's charm and appeal by offering professional theater, comedy, Ghost Tours and children's programming. A recent and welcome addition is Slow Pour Brewing Company, the cities first beer brewery.
Host an unforgettable meeting or event at 550 Trackside, or the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. Enjoy the walking trails and sparkling lake at the newly renovated Rhodes Jordan Park. Or get your shopping fix by perusing eclectic shops such as LONA Gallery or Scotland Yard Antiques.
The Gwinnett Veteran's War Memorial Museum (located within the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse) offers a glimpse into the tributes and sacrifices that soldiers have made.
Lawrenceville is unique in its combination of Southern charm and modern flair.