Another of the Golden Isles of Georgia, Jekyll Island was once a 19th-century play­ground for American aristocracy, notably the Rockefellers, Pulitzers, Morgans, and Vanderbilts. Today, visitors can enjoy the meticulously restored Victorian Jekyll Island Clubhouse and hotel that serve as the cen­terpiece for the island’s National Historic Landmark District. Guest rooms, suites, and cottages are furnished in the most appropri­ate historically rooted décor. The Club’s three restaurants are considered to be the best on the island and offer a range of fare, from casual breakfasts in the Café Solterra to elegant fine dining in the award-winning Grand Dining Room. The full-service spa al­lows you to be pampered like an aristocrat!

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New Year’s Bluegrass Festival

Adams and Anderson, LLC presents the 35th Annual New Year’s Bluegrass Festival on Jekyll Island. Join  The Crowe Brothers, Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mtn. Boys and many more bluegrass greats Dec. 30 through Jan.  1 at the Jekyll Island Covention Complex.

The Jekyll Island Authority charges a $5.00 per day entry fee to the Island.

For a full schedule and ticket information, visit

For questions: 706.864.7203 or

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