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Girls just want to have fun, right?  Let’s get started.  Shop, dine, explore and play the day away – or the whole weekend.  Whatever your idea is of gal-pal fun, you’ll find it here.

Spa Day! Pamper yourself at one of Statesboro’s luxurious spas.  Treat yourself to the luxury of a massage, facial or body wrap.   Manicures and pedicures, anyone?

Serenity Day Spa Website: www.serenitysalon.com

The Healthy Touch Day Spa Website: www.thehealthytouchdayspa.com

Be a pottery artist. Free Spirit Pottery is a paint-your-own ceramics studio where you can paint pre-fired bisque shapes, which will be glazed and kiln fired.   A fun experience and a one-of-a-kind memory. www.freespiritpottery.com

Sip the wine. Whether you want to see the winemaker’s art or just enjoy a glass and the view, Meinhardt Vineyards is a vintage experience. Nestled in the countryside, it bottles scenic views, sunsets, and award-winning wines. Website: www.meinhardtvineyards.com

Check the nightlife. Looking for a great dinner?  Or just some laughs over drinks?  A local band or a good show?  Statesboro has over 200 restaurants, many with live entertainment.  And shows?  Check out the Averitt Center for the Arts and the Georgia Southern University’s Performing Arts Center.

Foodie’s Paradise. The Main Street Statesboro Farmers Market brings the farm-to-table movement home.  Thousands shop dozens of vendors for locally grown produce, meat, dairy, eggs, baked goods and crafts every Saturday, April through November. Come hungry!

Art, art, art. You’ll always discover a masterpiece at The Averitt Center for the Arts.

There are ever-changing exhibits in galleries, plus a Performance Series of professional and local theater, dance and music. Website: www.averittcenterforthearts.org

 

Bring an extra shopping bag.

In our historic Downtown and dotted throughout the ‘Boro, you’ll find locally owned boutiques, specialty stores and antique markets.  Drop in a trendy clothing shop, jeweler, bookstore or other tempting stops.  And the national chains?  You’ll find the best-known names in our mall and shopping centers.

Antiques lovers love Statesboro. Come searching for treasures at one of our well-known antique dealers.  Pick up our Antique Alley guide and map, stop by the Convention and Visitors Bureau office or call (912) 489-1869.

Partners, 129 North College Street. Antiques, furniture and interior design.

67 Antique Mall, 6700 GA Highwqy 67 South 12,000 square feet of antiques collectibles and gifts. Website: http://www.67antiquemall.com

Deals’ Antiques and Furniture, 17083 GA Highway 67 South. Antiques, new and used furniture, gifts. http://www.dealsfurniture.com

Garden of the Coastal PlainHave a garden party. The Garden of the Coastal Plain is lush with azaleas, camellias and native plants. Explore GardenoftheCoastalPlain.jpglong-ago life in the Southeastern Coastal Plain through the restored farmhouse, barn and one-room schoolhouse filled with authentic relics from days gone by.    Website: http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/garden