On Day 3, you’ll begin with a relaxing drive through beautiful Troup County, seeing some of the original churches that served as gathering places for LaGrange’s first residents. In West Point, visit Fort Tyler, home of the final Civil War battle, tragically fought when neither side realized the war had already ended. Back in LaGrange, visit the historic Hillside neighborhood, which has been brought back to life by residents committed to preserving Georgia’s history. A visit to Elm City Mill demonstrates the scale of the textile industry that once thrived here. Beacon Brewing will not only delight your senses with delicious fusion food and expertly crafted brews, but will impress you with their weaving of Hillside and LaGrange history into every aspect of the business. At the Georgia Radio Museum, you’ll learn more about the history of radio in Georgia and see evidence of some legendary musicians who were recorded and played in Georgia.