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Self Guiding Walking Tour of Brunswick, Georgia

Enjoy the charms of Old Town Brunswick, with its Victorian commercial buildings, grand residential homes, historic banquet and reception facilities, and delightful bed & breakfast inns. Explore streets of quaint shops, restaurants, art galleries and antique dealers. In an atmosphere that’s warm and welcoming for residents and visitors alike!


Self Guiding Oak Grove Cemetery Tour

Oak Grove is a Victorian Era cemetery established by the city of Brunswick in 1838. Originally ten acres, the boundries were reduced to three acres in 1871. There are more than 1200 graves, 418 unmarked and over 60 unknown. Around 200 Civil War soldiers both Confederate and Union are buried at Oak Grove


Brunswick Old Town Tours pulls back the curtain on Coastal Georgia’s diamond-in-the-rough city. The hour and a half bike ride through historic Downtown and Old Town Brunswick tells the story of an underdog colonial settlement overcoming hurricanes, epidemics, and economics.


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Brunswick Manor

Immediately upon arriving on the veranda of Brunswick Manor, in the historic downtown area of Brunswick, Georgia, you will feel as though you have stepped back in time to a bygone era of distinguished charm. Leave behind the hectic hustle of everyday life and enter the historic inns grand front door which, opens to reveal masterful woodwork, priceless antiques and stunning renovations

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Lovingly furnished to reflect the history of the old south, with personally selected objects d’art. Enjoy a book or just watch for birds on the veranda. Stroll or bicycle through charming Old Town, or spend the day exploring.

Bed & Breakfast

McKinnon House

The perfect place to savor the bed and breakfast experience. Surrounded by family heirlooms and splendid period furniture, visitors can indulge in the graciousness of a by-gone era and the charm of Southern hospitality. Situated in the heart of historic Old Town Brunswick, the Victorian house was completed in 1902 as the residence of lumber magnate L.T. McKinnon and since 1993 has been the home of the innkeeper, Jo Miller.

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Historic Downtown Brunswick hosts a diversity of festivals and cultural events throughout the year, including open air concerts, the Old Fashioned 4th of July at the waterfront Mary Ross Park, and Stewbilee, a celebratory cook-off featuring our delicious culinary trademark, Brunswick Stew.