LaGrange is a city in Georgia's Classic Heartland located in West Georgia near the Alabama state line. The city is an old mill town that now serves as a gateway to Lake West Point.
From the north or southwest I-85 passes just east of downtown LaGrange and there are 3 exits for the city.
From the south I-185 is the main thoroughfare leading from I-85 to Columbus, where it terminates.
- Greyhound, 101 Hoffman Drive, ☎ +1 706 882-1897, . edit
Downtown LaGrange is fairly compact and easily travelled on foot, though sites in the rest of the city require a car.
- Bellevue, 204 Ben Hill Street, ☎ +1 706 884-1832, . Tu-Sa 10AM-noon, 2PM-5PM. Greek Revival home of Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill. The mansion is open for tours by appointment. edit
- Callaway Memorial Clock Tower, off Fourth Avenue. Built in 1929 as a memorial to mill operator, Fuller E. Callaway, this clock tower is modelled on the campanile of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. edit
- Hills and Dales Estate, 1916 Hills and Dales Drive, ☎ + 1 706 882-3242, . Tu-Sa 10PM-6PM Su 1PM-6PM. The historic 1916 home of the Fuller Callaway family designed by noted Georgia architect Neel Reid. The estate also includes the 1832 Ferrell Gardens. Adults and Seniors $10, Students $6 (no children under 6 allowed in the house). edit
- LaGrange Art Museum, 112 Lafayette Square, ☎ +1 706 882-3267, . Tu-Fr 9AM-5PM Sa 10AM-5PM. Occupying the former 1892 Troup County Jail Building, this museum features local, national and international artists in changing exhibits and a noted permanent collection. Free. edit
Charlie Josephs: A classic locally owned historic fast-food eatery that sells burgers and hot dogs that are legend among locals. open only for lunch.