Get ready for a good time. Any time.
Entertain yourself and your family downtown. From the arts to the outdoors, you’ll find something for everyone.
What do you want to do first? A walk down historic Main Street or through the neighborhood offers so many choices.
By day, you can make pottery or jewelry, stroll through a gallery. Stop by the Public Library for children’s story hour or an author reading. Think about taking a music class or browse locally made musical instruments.
Statesboro is home to one of Georgia’s must-see farmers markets — the Main Street Farmers Market is a foodie mecca Saturdays, April through November. Fresh and local produce, served up with music and fun activities.
And there’s nightlife when the stars come out. The Averitt Center for the Arts and its Emma Kelly Theater offer music, theater, dance, movies and an ever-fresh art gallery. Raise a glass at one of our bistros or taverns. Or, try your luck at a little billiards. And join us for F1RST Friday, a monthly downtown celebration for the whole family.
Do a little time traveling, too. Many Downtown buildings and homes are on the National Register of Historic Places. And, a Confederate memorial marks the route of General Will T. Sherman’s forces through Statesboro on their March to the Sea. Pick up the History Walk Guidebook at our offices.
Or just relax and feel the warmth of the Southern sun – and charm. Take up a bench on the courthouse lawn, listen to a bubbling fountain, enjoy the landscaping in our historic downtown.
Looking for help planning a stay? Statesboro welcomes thousands of guests every year for vacation and business. The Statesboro Convention and Visitors Bureau can help you with grown-up getaways or family fun. They’ll connect you to one of our thousands of hotel rooms – including a historic Downtown inn. Find out everything you need to know about attractions, dining and entertainment. Need event planning services? They can work with you on conventions and corporate events, reunions and weddings. Visit www.visitstatesboroga.com.
Averitt Center for the Arts
Address: 33 E. Main St., Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Hours: M-F 7:15am-6pm; Closed Saturday & Sunday
Free Spirit Pottery
Address: 42 E. Main Street, Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Hours: M-Th., 11am-6pm; Fri. 11am-9pm; Sat. 10am-6pm; Closed Sunday
Board & Brush Statesboro
Address: 20 S. Main Street, Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Hours: Fri.& Sat. by appointment
Holiday Inn Express (coming soon)
Address: 425 S. Main St., Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Georgia’s Bed & Breakfast
Address: 1123 S. Zetterower Ave., Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Historic Statesboro Inn and Restaurant
Address: 106 S. Main Street, Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Quality Inn & Suites
Address: 230 S. Main St., Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Red Roof Inn & Suites
Address: 316 S. Main St., Statesboro, Georgia 30458
On the first Friday of every month, everyone is invited Downtown to enjoy the sights and sounds, businesses and green space, fun and food – and each other. The excitement starts at 5:30 pm, usually centered on the Courthouse lawn at the Main Streets intersection.
Statesboro Farmer’s Market (April-November)
Georgia Magazine named the Statesboro MainStreet Farmers Market, a “Must-See” Market. Here’s why: Every Saturday from early April to the end of November, the Downtown MainStreet Farmers Market is the place for fresh local fruit and vegetables, meats and dairy, and food products like preserves and baked goods. Thousands come to buy from dozens of vendors, making a personal connection in the farm-to-table movement – all in an atmosphere of music and good fun.
Amazing Blue Mile Race (September)
Spring into Statesboro (April 13, 2019)
Spend your day downtown on East Main Street as we Spring into Statesboro. This spring festival is full of activities and entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.
Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Parade (October)
Scare on the Square ( October 26, 2019)
Turkey Trot 5k (November 16, 2019)
Shopping by Lantern Light (November 19, 2019)