Get your motor runnin' and head on down the hi-way to Cooters Garage. Dukes of Hazzard fans of all ages will find ... More
Get your motor runnin' and head on down the hi-way to Cooters Garage. Dukes of Hazzard fans of all ages will find something to awe and inspire them at this museum commemorating of the famous television show. Admission to this quaint little attraction is free and filled with memorabilia of dear old Hazzard County. From lunch boxes and matchbox cars to actual artifacts used in the show, its all Dukes all the time. Sit a spell and your liable to catch one of the Dukes cast members in one of the many special appearances that occur inside the garage. If your a Dukes fan this is a can't miss attraction.
Well if you are in to Dukes of Hazzard, this is the place to go. We only went because it was next door to Willie Nelson's General Store, otherwise we would not have gone. But the museum was free. Merchandise was a little too expensive.
This is one of those places you have to go to just to say you've been. The museum is free and consists of vintage toys, games and memoribilia that was created during the Dukes reign on TV. There are some origianl pieces such as Coltrane's uniform from the show as well as the vehicles. You can pay $5 to have your picture taken in the General Lee, Dixie or the patrol car. The shop is a little on the expensive side, so if you can make due with a hat pin or keychain..you'll be set!
Cooter's is also next door to the Willie and Friends Museum..which is not free and did not have AC..so we didn't stay long. Cooter's also had info. on the Dukefest that will be in Atlanta this year. I found it very interesting to see, but it's not somewhere you'd visit repeatedly.
Great place if you like the dukes. The shop is way too expensive. The museum is Free! Lots of duke's stuff to look out take your camera and if you can't say no to your kids a your wallet. Tshirts 16 dollars for kids, cars run anywhere from 5 for one matchbox car to 60 for a remote control.
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