Georgia Guide Stones - Elberton GA
About This Stories, Secrets & Sagas Episode
The Georgia Guidestones, also known as American Stonehenge, have been a source of mystery, conspiracy theories and controversy since they were first erected in Elbert County GA in 1980. A man using the pseudonym Robert C. Christian commissioned them from the Elberton Granite Finishing Company. His anonymity continues to this day. The stones have been vandalized and restored on multiple occasions yet remain standing. Join us as we explore their mystery.
Fun Facts About The Georgia Guide Stones - Elberton GA
Things to Do in Elberton GA
Visit the town square and dine at The White Plate for a great meal. We had lunch and can personally endorse the Grilled Cheddar Cheese Sandwich, Beef Tenderloin Burger and Poached Chicken Salad Sandwich. Each was mouthwateringly delicious and received rave reviews from our crew!
Visit the Elberton Granite Museum at 1 Granite Plaza, Elberton GA. It displays a comprehensive history of the granite industry in Elberton, also known as The Granite Capital of the World. You can also see Dutchy, the Most Hated Statue, featured on an upcoming episode of Stories, Secrets & Sagas.
Visit The Georgia Guidestones - Elberton GA
1031 Guide Stones Road, Elberton GA 30635