A visit to Tifton can be peaceful and calming, but it will never be boring! There are countless activities and attractions that allow you to take in the best of what the region has to offer. Whoever you are, whatever you like to do, we Think Tifton has something to make your visit one to remember.
It all started with a message! A Tifton Native reached out to us with an idea, and we ran with it! The Tifton-Tift County Tourism Association hosted 21 Hungarian farmers, researchers & students on October 19th & 20th. We are thankful for the friendships made, many stories that were told & that people across the nation #thinktifton for Agriculture!
Nothing better than picking up some RIPE tomatoes from one of our farmers markets, stands, or even one of our local farms. So lets KETCHUP. But really what says staple side better than fresh produce, bacon & cheese! We will show you how to get invited to the next cookout! Follow the recipe below!
In South Georgia, we pray for rain quite often! With Agriculture being BIG business here it allows for the crops to mature, for seeds (for next season's crops) to germinate in the ground and for the grass to grow. We say c’mon! There is plenty to do to escape the rain!
I mean music and food. C’mon, you can’t get much better than that!
Bring back childhood memories with this treat this summer with fresh blackberries from Berry Good Farms in Tifton!
Our tea is still sweet, the azaleas are still blooming, and we are still the Friendly City.
Mr. Billy and Mrs. Norma Lankford made you feel at home whether you were local or not. Fast forward, this home sat empty for many years, but in 2019 that all changed. Chef David and Jennifer Scarbrough are still keeping that legacy alive.
Coming home with buckets of blueberries seemed to mean something to my mother, yet as a 4-year-old, it meant we were having muffins that next morning.
The Georgia Museum of Agriculture (GMA), Tifton’s largest attraction, features several different areas for visitors to experience – the Museum Main Hall and its displays, the Art Gallery and its rotating exhibits and of course the Historic Village, complete with costumed interpreters. But the first stop you make when you visit the GMA is the Country Store!