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Museum
“Part amusement park, part hiking and recreation, Stone Mountain really has the best of both worlds! Tons of fun attractions and rides for both kids and adults, including paddle boats and hands-on activities like candle making and glass-blowing shows. Lots of local history with the many preserved plantations and slave cabins on the grounds. And don't forget, the beautiful hike up the mountain with views of Atlanta, the even more fun cable car trip up the mountain, and the laser show at the end of the night, complete with fireworks! Bring your family, a date, or friends, grab a picnic blanket and enjoy one of Georgia's favorite traditions. ”
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Library
“Friendly neighborhood library. Helpful librarians. Good selection of books. Free computer access. Free meeting space groups can reserve. Free passes for Atlanta Zoo & State Parks.”
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Historic Site
“Browning Courthouse​, circa 1860, is located on the front lawn of the Tucker Recreation Center. Browning Courthouse was built in the late 1860's to bring law and order to citizens of Browning Community, now known as Tucker. The courthouse ceased operation on January 1, 1977, when the office of Justice of the Peace moved to the Cofer Building. ”
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