Georgetown makes available to visitors and interested locals a several hours' long, leisurely walking tour of Main Street called "A Walk Through Time." This means that for as long as you make it your home, there is no shortage of historic buildings and sites to catch a view of or learn about through guided means. There are scenic constructions such as the Royal Spring Bridge as well as historic churches, parks, row houses, and bungalows. You can also do some shopping along the way at one of the antique stores and grab a bite on one of Main Street's several restaurants.
The growing and bustling city of Georgetown offers recreation of a great variety to locals. The 55,000 square foot Pavilion Center, an indoor facility, anchors much of the athletic and social activity in town. Among its offerings are a fitness center, 2 basketball court gym, a formal conference room, and a childcare area for young ones. The Marshall Park Youth Football Field and Lisle Road Soccer Complex offer alternative spaces for competitive sports. Additionally, the parks on Main Street, which include Blue Grass Park Addition and the Royal Spring Park, are scenic places to walk, relax, and play with the kids.
Shopping in Georgetow
If you like shopping beyond the wares that small and large clothing stores offer, Georgetown is the place for you. Its antique shops include the Georgetown Antiques Mall, which has items for sale and also offers repair of some of your most treasured antiques collections and possessions. There are also a number of small interest stores, such as arts and crafts to buy or make and take with you and for vintage clothing lovers, there are several boutiques and shops for to tickle your fancy. If you are looking for a bargain, the Factory Stores of America Outlet Center carries the items you crave at a reduced price.