Quality Inn South
1902 West Hill Avenue
Valdosta, GA 31601
Phone: (229) 244-4520
Fax: (229) 247-2404
Leapin' Lizards Party and Fun Zone is an indoor, climate controlled inflatable fun center open seven-days a week for walk-in play and parties. This 9,000 square foot fun zone is filled with giant inflatables.
Located in Valdosta, Georgia since 1861, Sunset Hill Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in the area. Some of the renowned personalities buried in this cemetery are the United States Senator and Colonel William S. West. In September 2004, it got its place in the National Register of Historic Places.
This Neoclassical structure is one of Georgia's most elaborate courthouses. The grand Southern portico, corner domes, and grand central dome contribute to a truly inspiring symbol of law and government.
Beautifully restored to its original glory, this pristine Neoclassical residence serves as the Valdosta Junior Service League's headquarters. The house is available for private and community functions.
Valdosta's best known landmark, this grand twenty-three room, Neoclassical mansion is appointed with many original furnishings and period antiques. The house gets its name from its semi-circular portico supported by 13 massive columns and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
A wonderful example of Southeast architectural design, this stylish home once housed renowned personality Barber Pittman. Restored in 1979, the home is now occupied by the Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce. The original family furnishings from the early 20th Century have been well-preserved. The Barber Pittman House was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Today, the home is open for public tours from Monday to Friday between 9:00a and 5:00p. Admission is free.
The St. Mary's Episcopal Church is a quaint white colored church constructed between 1879 and 1881. The church displays the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture and has been a part of the National Register of Historic Places since 1997. The church still has services and ceremonies which are hosted religiously at the building.