13 Ways To Be Charmed In Dublin GA

We love charming our sweethearts in February. We take them dinner, buy them special things, and escape with them in the country. Here are our top ways to be charmed in Dublin GA.

1. Traditional Flair

Start your adventure with a hot cup of joe! My Coffeshopp combines
European influence with the traditional flair of a cozy coffee shop and is located in historic Fred Robert’s Hotel that was built in the 1920s.

2. Dinner For Two

Delight in a gracious dinner in a Greek Revival home built in 1903. The Page House Bed and Breakfast will hav a Sweetheart Dinner for Two on Thursday, February 14th at 6:30 PM. Make your reservations today by calling 478-275-4551.

3. Victorian Nugget

Take a break and experience a Victorian treasure on Millionaires Row. Vinteaques Shoppes on Bellevue is having a Valentines Tea celebration on Saturday, February 16th at 11:30 AM.

4. Crowned

Be crowned Miss St. Patricks during the Pilot Club’s Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, February 16th at 7:00 PM at Theatre Dublin. Tickets are $7 in advance and $9 at the door.

5. Moving Pictures

Take in a show in a revived historic theatre. How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is playing Friday, February 22nd through March 7th at historic Theatre Dublin. The Martin Movie House was built in 1934 and provided years of entertainment for families and a hip hangout for teens.

6. Date Night

Surprise your sweetheart with a romantic date night destination to Company Supply and enjoy their Valentine’s Day Menu or venture to Deano’s Italian for a special Valentine’s Day Menu on Thursday, February 14th.

7. Spring Fever

Get inspired to plant, nurture and celebrate trees. Dublin GA will meet in observance of Arbor Day on Friday, February 15th at 10 AM on the corner of MLK and Monroe Street to plant a Willow Oak donated by YKK America.

8. Journey in History

Stroll through downtown Dublin GA and download the
Downtown Dublin Walking Tour App in your app store or google play. From the location of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s first speech to a look at a revitalized Civil War era, Downtown Dublin offers a wealth of history, art, and architecture.

9. On Farmland

Unwind with an escape to Dublin Farm Bed and Breakfast in one of the cozy little suites nestled in the countryside where you can be lovey-dovey. Continue with a fine dining, on-site 5-course meal at Ristorante da Maria open every Friday and Saturday at 7 PM.

10. Outdoor History

Experience one of the first Georgia rivers to support inland water navigation. The Oconee River offers boating, discovering Indian mounds and fishing Sunday through Saturday from sunrise to sunset.

11. Historic Souvenirs

Bring home a little bit of your stay by shopping our souvenirs at the Dublin Visitors Center. From postcards, limited EDITION historic Hotel Fred Roberts and The Henry tee shirts to hand-painted magnets and locally made, Georgia Grown products, we have something for everyone!

12. Name It

Be a part of an exciting adventure and help name Dublin, Georgia’s new facility that will feature a pool, lazy river, 2 water slides, kiddie pool and a splash pad. If your name is chosen, you will receive an annual season pass. Deadline is March 1st. Please submit your recommended name to stanleya@dlcga.com or mail to City of Dublin, Attention: Artiffany Stanley, P.O. Box 690, Dublin, GA 31040.

13. Majestic Magnolias

Shop till you drop under the majestic magnolias that surround a late 1800s shop. The Spring Market will be held on Saturday, April 13th at The Shoppes on Bellevue offering Vintage and Antique or Handcrafted items. If you are interested in becoming a vendor call 478-353-7680 for an application.

Photo credit: @scarborophotography