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Why Plan Your Meeting in Newnan-Coweta?

Looking for a spot for your next meeting, tournament or conference? Then look no further than Coweta County. We are conveniently located just south of Atlanta, with easy access to Interstate 85, and we offer a variety of venue options, from intimate boardrooms and rustic-chic farmhouses to multifield complexes and a convention center. Let us help you plan your next venture!

 

Location, Location, Location.

With Interstate 85 running through the middle of Coweta County and being located only 20 minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, our destination is ideally situated to host your next event, no matter where your audience is coming from.

So. Many. Venues.

From historic homes and majestic farms to all-inclusive conference centers and theaters, we have what your meeting needs.

Tours and Hikes and Shows, Oh My!

It may sound cliche, but there really is something to appeal to any age, stage or interest in Coweta County. Enjoy your downtime with an array of activities, culinary options and shopping adventures.

Best Kept Secret.

We are truly metro Atlanta’s hidden gem. With a storied past and vibrant, eclectic future, Coweta County is a destination not to be taken for granted. Our community offers a welcome respite to the urban hustle and bustle without sacrificing amenities. Curious to know more? Let us help plan your next event.

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The complex features a gymnasium, two outdoor basketball courts, two pavilions and a playground. It also hosts the Clay-Wood Community Center with a banquet room, kitchen, conference room and computer lab.

The complex features a gymnasium, two outdoor basketball courts, two pavilions and a playground. It also hosts the Clay-Wood Community Center with a banquet room, kitchen, conference room and computer lab.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 classic revival courthouse anchors Coweta’s town square. Its dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face tower clock chimes the hour. The dome is covered with 13,500 pounds of copper to match the cornice, pediments and railings. The courthouse is also the site of the infamous “Murder in Coweta County” trial.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 classic revival courthouse anchors Coweta’s town square. Its dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face tower clock chimes the hour. The dome is covered with 13,500 pounds of copper to match the cornice, pediments and railings. The courthouse is also the site of the infamous “Murder in Coweta County” trial.

Originally a freight and passenger depot for the Atlanta and West Point Railroad in the 1850s, this train station gradually fell into disrepair in the 1950s, when passenger and freight service was discontinued. Today, with renewed interest in the structure and the community, the Depot is now a part of the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society and serves as an ideal venue for weddings, social events, meetings and exhibition space.

Originally a freight and passenger depot for the Atlanta and West Point Railroad in the 1850s, this train station gradually fell into disrepair in the 1950s, when passenger and freight service was discontinued. Today, with renewed interest in the structure and the community, the Depot is now a part of the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society and serves as an ideal venue for weddings, social events, meetings and exhibition space.

Lillian Gardens is a full-service event venue dedicated to providing professional planning services for weddings and special occasions. It promises unique and personalized experiences in a beautiful, fully restored, Southern antebellum mansion and garden. Its No. 1 priority is bringing your vision to life with unwavering customer service for you and your guests.

Lillian Gardens is a full-service event venue dedicated to providing professional planning services for weddings and special occasions. It promises unique and personalized experiences in a beautiful, fully restored, Southern antebellum mansion and garden. Its No. 1 priority is bringing your vision to life with unwavering customer service for you and your guests.

Macedonia Hills is a full-service wedding and event venue situated on a historic ranch in Newnan. It sports stunning views and lush landscapes that will give any wedding a sense of natural beauty. Enjoy the rustic barn, adorned with dark woods and metal accents, or choose from two outdoor venues.

Macedonia Hills is a full-service wedding and event venue situated on a historic ranch in Newnan. It sports stunning views and lush landscapes that will give any wedding a sense of natural beauty. Enjoy the rustic barn, adorned with dark woods and metal accents, or choose from two outdoor venues.

The Madras Park complex boasts a gymnasium, playground, outdoor restrooms, a pavillion and a paved walking trail with fitness stations. The onsite community center offers four classrooms (two media, on art, and one other classroom), as well as a banquet room with stage and kitchen area.

The Madras Park complex boasts a gymnasium, playground, outdoor restrooms, a pavillion and a paved walking trail with fitness stations. The onsite community center offers four classrooms (two media, on art, and one other classroom), as well as a banquet room with stage and kitchen area.

Home to the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society (NCHS), this neoclassical home was built in 1937 by Atlanta architect Kennon Perry for Ellis Hardeman Peniston and his wife, Mildred Willcoxon Arnall Peniston. The NCHS renovated the home to reflect the colors and styles of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as highlight some of the home’s original features. NCHS is dedicated to preserving and honoring the history of Newnan and Coweta County through exhibits at the McRitchie-Hollis Museum and the Newnan Historic Train Depot.

Home to the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society (NCHS), this neoclassical home was built in 1937 by Atlanta architect Kennon Perry for Ellis Hardeman Peniston and his wife, Mildred Willcoxon Arnall Peniston. The NCHS renovated the home to reflect the colors and styles of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as highlight some of the home’s original features. NCHS is dedicated to preserving and honoring the history of Newnan and Coweta County through exhibits at the McRitchie-Hollis Museum and the Newnan Historic Train Depot.

Newnan Centre is a 6,000-square-foot-plus multipurpose facility designed to host various types of events such as corporate meetings, wedding receptions, banquets, fundraisers and social events. It can accommodate 10 to 700 people.

Newnan Centre is a 6,000-square-foot-plus multipurpose facility designed to host various types of events such as corporate meetings, wedding receptions, banquets, fundraisers and social events. It can accommodate 10 to 700 people.

This performing arts center is a modern, 48,000-square-foot structure nestled in a serene valley off Lower Fayetteville Road, near the city of Newnan. Affectionately referred to as the “pearl of the community,” it contains an elegant lobby, a diverse art gallery, lecture halls and star-quality dressing rooms, all anchored by a 1,000-seat, state-of-the-art theater. Construction was funded by a SPLOST grant, along with an investment by the Coweta County School System. The Centre is available for use by all the citizens of the surrounding communities, with special priority being given to school system events.

This performing arts center is a modern, 48,000-square-foot structure nestled in a serene valley off Lower Fayetteville Road, near the city of Newnan. Affectionately referred to as the “pearl of the community,” it contains an elegant lobby, a diverse art gallery, lecture halls and star-quality dressing rooms, all anchored by a 1,000-seat, state-of-the-art theater. Construction was funded by a SPLOST grant, along with an investment by the Coweta County School System. The Centre is available for use by all the citizens of the surrounding communities, with special priority being given to school system events.

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