Architecture destinations within driving distance of Atlanta Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 15 Contributed by Savannah.com Savannah has many examples of Antebellum-era architecture on display. 2 / 15 Contributed by Visit Augusta Sibley Mill is among multiple former mills to line the Augusta Canal. 3 / 15 Contributed by Jekyll Island Club Hotel Jekyll Island Club Hotel in Georgia once hosted a who's-who list of VIP members. 4 / 15 Contributed by Visit Edenton The original North Carolina state capital was Edenton, N.C., where the state's oldest courthouse can still be found. 5 / 15 Contributed by Old Salem Much of Old Salem, a historic Moravian settlement outside Winston-Salem, N.C., remains intact. 6 / 15 Contributed by Tennessee Aquarium Tennessee Aquarium, completed in 1992 and expanded in 2005, helped result in further urban revitalization efforts in Chattanooga, Tenn. 7 / 15 Contributed by Pasaquan The lifelong work of eclectic artist Eddie Owens Martin is showcased at Pasaquan, a 4-acre art destination in Buena Vista. 8 / 15 Contributed by Paradise Garden Howard Finster developed this Summerville art haven called Paradise Garden one piece at a time. 9 / 15 Contributed by Steven Brooke Seaside, Fla., was the filming location for the 1998 movie "The Truman Show." 10 / 15 Contributed by Visit Greenville Greenville, S.C., has revitalized its downtown area in recent years. 11 / 15 Contributed by Southern Literary Trail This roadside view of a Tuskegee, Ala., home is one site along the Southern Literary Trail, which showcases settings that inspired famous 20th-century novels and plays. 12 / 15 Contributed by Sloss Furnaces Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Ala., is the nation's only preserved blast furnace. 13 / 15 Contributed by Old Capital Museum Milledgeville is the former Georgia capital and now home to the Old Capital Museum. 14 / 15 Contributed by Castillo de San Marcos Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Fla., is the country's only remaining 17th-century masonry fortress. 15 / 15 Contributed by Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm Much of this early 20th-century farm in Jefferson remains intact for public display. Sign up for e-newsletters Want more news? Sign up for free e-newsletters to get more of AJC delivered to your inbox.