Lawrenceville prides itself on being Georgia’s second oldest city after Atlanta. Its thriving visitors and tourism bureau ensures that IHG hotel guests are never left wanting for things to do.
Think ghost tours are just for Halloween? You might think twice about this when you book a paranormal tour of haunted Lawrenceville locations, from the Aurora Theatre on Pike Street to the historically spooky courthouse square. The Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley tour includes visits to the Female Seminary, historic railway depot and Lawrenceville Cemetery.
For a more somber moment, pay respects to our brave serviceman or woman at the Fallen Heroes Memorial located on the grounds of the Gwinnett Justine and Administration Center, and take in a good dose of history.
Whether you’re visiting an IHG hotel for work or play, a stroll around the historical Gwinnett County Courthouse grounds and the adjacent 4,000 square foot Scotland Yard Antiques Mall, is a great way to explore Lawrenceville on foot.
If your idea of outdoor fun means seeing the Atlanta skyline and the Appalachian Mountains from the clouds, hop into the local cable-car and take in the spectacular view from 825-feet above ground. The nearby park also hosts year round events, including the Annual Yellow Daisy Festival in autumn, Stone Mountain Christmas and the South's largest Christian music festival, Annual Atlanta Fest.
As a guest at the IHG hotel in Lawrenceville, all the best local attractions are just outside your front door. Book with us today for a comfortable and relaxing visit.