I posted yesterday about a great museum in Kennesaw devoted to the Civil War and the part trains played. However, that is not everything the town has to offer.
Just a few miles outside of the Kennesaw Town limits is a jewel of a park. The Smith-Gilbert Botanical Gardens. Read more here. I must admit that I had never heard of this before and it has been open to the public for 10 years now.
The 15 acres of this garden contain a butterfly house, Rose Garden, quiet forest walks, Sculptures, Koi Ponds, and a neat Bonsai display.
There are dozens of cool sculptures scattered around the gardens and lots of places to sit and reflect on the beauty that surrounds you.
If you are looking for a pleasant way to spend an afternoon or morning, check out the Gilbert-Smith Botanical Gardens in Kennesaw Ga.