Town of 
Tallulah Falls

PO Box 94
Tallulah Falls, Georgia  30573

Where to find Arts & Crafts

For over 25 years, Tallulah Gallery's. mission has been to promote the arts and support local artists in the North Georgia mountains.   Tallulah Gallery features fine Southern art, folk art, original paintings and prints, Southern folk pottery, photography, woodcraft, jewelry  and blown glass. Open Monday- Saturday, 10:00-noon, 1-5 pm.  580 Tallulah Gorge Scenic Loop,  706-754-6020.

Tallulah Point Overlook,  a mountain tradition since the 1912 with a little bit of everything and alot you will remember!  Offering the best and only free roadside view of Tallulah Gorge plus nostalgic gifts and souvenirs, knives, tin toys, rustic twig furnniture, and so much more!   Open daily year round..  Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and Easter morning. Enjoy the best boiled peanuts slow cooked over an open fire right in our yard! Tallulah Gorge Scenic Loop. 706-754-4318


Lakemont Gallery  has Fine Art, furniture and crafts with the theme of nature and the landscape,and  is housed in the Historic Lakemont Lodge of 1910.  Find unique home decor or gifts, pottery, handcrafted inlay and twig furniture, wood crafts, oil paintings and photography by the best local artists. Historic Old 441, Lakemont   706- 212-0440

Indian Springs Trading Post offers everything from Native American Crafts, local crafts and antiques, chainsaw art, gems, rocks and almost anything you can imagine.  Also boiled peanuts, cider, coffee, and soft drinks.  Come listen or play along with Wanda Lee and John Stiles Bluegrass Music on Thursdays and Saturdays.  Tallulah Gorge Scenic Loop.  706-599-2626.

GlassWorx Stainded Glass Studio and Gallery offers private instruction, classes and workshops in stained glass, fused glass, jewelry making and other art forms.  Class times are flexible and beginners are welcome!  Shop for gifts and home decor or learn new skills and make them yourself! 142 Main St. Call 706-499-8103 or email for class times and hours of operation.

Authentic Chainsaw Art. Native to Peru, award winning artist Edgard A. Diaz has been delighting the community of Tallulah Falls for the past four years by capturing the spirit and movement in his original artwork.  Each piece is unique, exquisite, and created entirely by chainsaws! Come be witness to his truly amazing art form and talent.  115 Highway 441 on the hill next to Tallulah Gorge Grill. 706-968-5889

Wild Wood Works was green before green was cool! Don Bundrick, aka "Dr. Twig", one of the premier rustic craftsmen of the southeast, has been designing and producing one of a kind furniture and architectural detailing for over thirty years.  From whimsical to elegant, Don has a unique eye for detail and talent for using sustainably harvested native species. Come see Don in his studio at 105 Moss St. at Tallulah Station, on the corner of Highway 441 and Moss St. or contact him by email or phone at or 706-206-4498