VALDOSTA stands at the ready to ply you with entertainment.
Welcoming and entertaining, Valdosta specializes in recreation. From a night kicking back with beer in hand at stylish Vito's bar to open-air celebrations with live music, Valdosta will fill your stay with fun.
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In Valdosta what is on the surface differs from what is beneath. When you are to Valdosta, you should take note that your first-hand impressions are going to be fraud. In fact, Valdosta serves as commercial center in Georgia sustained through manufacturing. The entire city is dotted with numerous plants processing tobacco, turpentine, pine lumber, and pulpwood.
Commercial hub at day, Valdosta deals with rapid change the rest of the time. If you want to reach the very heart of this city then forget that you are traveling to trading center and take time to indulge in local eats from American fast-food to Mexican cuisine. To have the most from local cuisine you shouldn't miss classic-style Charlie Tripper's restaurant and more exotic in food Las Banderas.
After taking your fill of Valdosta attractions you may try shopping. The majority of shops are scattered throughout the historic downtown and it means you get more than bargains, but reach the very historic core of the city. Sites, art, antiques, and clothing are all placed in Valdosta's downtown.
Lowndes County Historical Museum has rich historic collections displaying the heritage of Valdosta
Dosta Playhouse, a place for various performances held throughout the year
Valdosta State University Fine Arts Gallery showcases various art collections
Valdosta State University Theatre is active from September to May and offers live performances
Morven Music Hall offers live music and dancing
The modern cityscape was shaped between 1890 and 1920 when Valdosta saw great change. It happened with the railroad in the area which boosted foreign investment in the city and earned money from railway transactions.
In the early years Valdosta was far from big-city lifestyle and the Creek and Seminole Indians made their home there. It even didn't served as a city till Troupville's residents moved four miles closer to the railway and since then the city of Valdosta has been brought to life.
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