Discover a place unlike any other.
Thomasville is home to over 120 existing industries from Cleaver Brooks to Hurst Boiler to Blue Bell Creameries and many more. We are also home to Flowers Headquarters and the Flowers Baking Company, one of the nation's top two providers of baked goods (Dave's Killer Bread, Nature's Own, Sunbeam, etc).
Thomasville-Thomas County is lucky enough to have 3 school systems (2 public and one private) for K-12 education and a technical college and private university to cover higher education. Please follow the links below for more information.
Archbold Medical Center is a four-hospital, three nursing-home health system with 540 patient beds. We employ more than 2,500 people and boast an outstanding medical staff of nearly 200 qualified physician specialists. Our flagship hospital, John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital, is a 264-bed hospital located in Thomasville, Georgia. Our system hospitals, also in Georgia, are Brooks County Hospital in Quitman, Grady General Hospital in Cairo, and Mitchell County Hospital in Camilla.
For over 90 years, Archbold has been synonymous with high-quality, compassionate medical care. Our dedicated staff and exemplary facilities have helped us maintain an excellent reputation. Our facilities are accredited by The Joint Commission.
The National Main Street Center was established in 1980 as a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation as a way to address issues facing older and historic downtowns. The Main Street program focuses on the core principles of downtown revitalization, using the Four Point Approach of Design, Organization, Promotion, and Economic Restructuring. The Thomasville Main Street program began in 1981.
For nearly 20 years, the National Main Street Center has chosen five cities annually that embody the best of the best and has awarded them the designation of a Great American Main Street community. In 1998, Thomasville was the first Georgia city to earn this honor. Fewer than 100 cities across the U.S. have ever received this award.
Downtown Thomasville Georgia
With a long tradition of entertaining and welcoming visitors from all over the world, Thomasville has been a hot spot for distinguished travelers since the late 1800s. Thomasville invites you to go in search of new treasures in our impressive downtown where you'll find premier shopping, exceptional dining, and exciting antique stores within a leisurely stroll of one another. Or find the relaxation you've been longing for from the front porch of a charming Bed and Breakfast inn or historic plantation-turned resort.
Explore the many historical landmarks that connect Thomasville's past and present. End the day with a handcrafted cocktail at one of Thomasville's unexpectedly cool local haunts, where you can rub elbows with locals and visitors alike. Thomasville will make you feel all at once, out of town and right at home.
Thomasville Visitors Center
Arts & Entertainment
TEF is proud of its contribution to the culture and quality of life in the south Georgia - north Florida area.
Over the years, TEF audiences from around the Red Hills region have been able to enjoy opera, ballet, theater, symphony concerts, chamber music, and recitals by renowned artists such as Yehudi Menuhin, Kathleen Battle, Artur Rubinstein, Yo Yo Ma, Itzak Perlman, Dawn Upshaw and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Strong Industry Base
Thomas County has 120 existing industries from Flowers Baking Company, Flowers Headquarters, Cleaver Brooks, Hurst Boiler, Blue Bell Creameries and many more.
Thriving Downtown & Retail
Thomasville's downtown has over 70 unique retail shops and restaurants, an award winning Main Street program, brick paved streets in a historic setting and monthly events that highlight its destination status.
Distinctive Arts & Culture
Thomas County has an exciting arts community with the Thomasville Center for the Arts, Thomasville Entertainment Foundation and the Thomasville Music and Drama Troup.
History & Hunting
Thomas County is home to world-class Bobwhite quail hunting. Thomasville's many historic buildings hail from the Victorian resort era, and traditions continue in a thriving hunt culture at the heart of the Red Hills Region.
Archbold Medical Center is a regional not-for-profit healthcare delivery system that includes four hospitals, three nursing homes, two home health care agencies and a network of high quality health care clinics, employing over 2500 people in the region.
Thomas County public school system offers a comprehensive educational system, with six schools including a charter school, they serve 5300 students. Thomasville City Schools provide innovative and strategically planned instruction to more than 3,000 students in four facilities. Brookwood School is an independent, co educational, college preparatory school, serving kindergarden to 12th grade. Thomas University is a 4 year co-educational university that serves the post secondary needs of South Georgia and North Florida. Southern Regional Technical College is a public 2 year technical college and provides business and industry with highly skilled graduates that are ready for work.