Did you know Gwinnett is named after Button Gwinnett, a signer of the Declaration of Independence? Or that Korean cuisine in Duluth is nationally recognized? Read on to discover the best of the best and the why these places should not be missed.
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You'll fit right in with the locals while you venture through Gwinnett's many downtowns. The unique dining options and endless list of events each city offers will keep you coming back for more. And the shopping, the boutiques, antiques and accessories will make gift giving a fun hobby all year long. Even if you only gift yourself.
There’s something about discovering that tucked away coffee house or neighborhood park that makes a vacation more magical. Our locals are happy to point the way. Here they share the hidden gems and local hotspots that bring authentic flavor to Gwinnett.
Gwinnett has a lot to offer. From attractions and outdoor activities to over 100 hotels and a variety of award-winning domestic and international cuisine, you'll find something for everyone to enjoy while you're here. It's more than one person can do in a single trip. So, you'll just have to come back.
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The art and culture scene in Gwinnett is flourishing, with each of our cities bringing a unique touch to our artistic story.
In celebration of Artober Gwinnett, there are arts events happening everyday in October.
At Gwinnett's only professional theater, located in historic downtown Lawrenceville, you can find new a classic shows year-round.
Music on Main Street Concert
Every Saturday evening, you can find the Lilburn community gathered around Main Street for some live, outdoor music.
Tannery Row Artist Colony
The Colony holds 15 working art studios and an art gallery with rotating exhibits.
Red Clay Music Foundry
A brainchild of Atlanta legend Eddie Owen, the Red Clay Music Foundry is the venue to see live music all week in Gwinnett County.
BAPS Swaminarayan Hindu Temple
Perhaps the most beautiful stop for the culture lover, this Hindu temple is the largest temple in the Southeast.
Spirits & Spirits - The Wicked Library
Grab a cocktail and settle in for a bevy of terrifying tales as Spirits & Spirits returns with this special Halloween treat for adults only.
45 South Wine Tasting
This coffeehouse, café, and wine bar is arguably the best gathering place in downtown Norcross.
Books & Brews
Enjoy an evening of Books, Beer and Bluegrass at Suwanee’s new StillFire Brewing.
The Gwinnett Ballet Theatre
If you enjoy dance, the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre is the place to experience the ballet in Gwinnett County.
SculpTour & North Gwinnett Arts Association (NGAA)
NGAA has continuous exhibits on display as well as numerous events almost always ongoing.
Words & Wine
Join us for an evening with nationally renowned journalist, wine expert, and author Kevin Begos.
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center
The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center combines science education and environmental mindfulness with Georgia history and culture.
Hudgens Center for the Arts
This gallery and art facility hosts a wide range of visual works from some pretty A-list names (Andy Warhol, anyone?).
Snellville Fall Festival
Explore Gwinnett has partnered with the Snellville Fall Festival to provide a caricature artist to offer free drawings at our booth!
Chateau Elan Cooking Class
The class includes wine, a full serving of each dish, recipe book, gift and a chef’s hat!
Stuart Woods Author Talk & Signing
Stuart Woods is the bestselling author of more than seventy-five novels. He returns to Gwinnett to talk about his newest book Skin Game.
Hogwarts at the Hudgens
All ages welcome as the Hudgens transforms into Hogwarts for the night with activities for the whole family.