Come explore the world's largest public, self-guided woodland garden. Created in 1952 for the purpose of protecting the endangered flower shrub, azalea, the 13,000+ acres offers attractions suited for all. Visit the Cecil B Day Butterfly Center, Horticultural Center, Ida Cason Callaway Memorial Chapel, its lakes and nature trails.

Let's meet at Chipley's Family Restaurant [masked]) - 324 S Main Ave., Pine Mountain, GA 31822, Cross streets: Between State St and S Main St.

Come early to the restaurant to have a bite to eat or coffee before the group heads to the garden's main entrance at 9 am.

Open daily 9am - 5pm.

Admission is free weekdays in February.

For online/GPS directions to Callaway Gardens, use 17800 U.S. Hwy 27, Pine Mountain, GA 31822

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