1832 was when Turin Georgia became a home. Since then, it has seen soldiers leave to fight the Civil War. It watched the railroad place its line through the heart of it. The city saw the community expand around that rail line until it was no longer needed. Just when the history was thought to be lost, someone stepped in. The original schoolhouse became its city hall. The people have thrived because of the quiet that surrounds it. Turin, Georgia is the quiet locale that distances itself from the busy city so that you can find rest and embrace your history.
While you are here, you should bring your dog on a walking tour around the city. Since it is a city that is so rich in history, you will find many historical markers that will highlight the key points in the city. There is the original schoolhouse, a handful of original houses, and parts of the old rail line that still graces the town. Be sure to stop in the town hall to see what it is going on at the community center, which is in the town center. You will be amazed at how everyone seems to stop and have a smile for everyone else. The small town feel is welcome especially if you have been stuck in the city for a while.