Tiger, Georgia: Goats on the RoofA store named Goats on the Roof because, well, you can imagine why. Much more elaborate than what you might expect.
- 3026 Hwy 441 South, Tiger, GA
- NE of Atlanta, SW of Clayton, on US Hwy 23/441 at Tiger Connector.
- Daily 10-6. Goats head south for winter. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Goats on the Roof
Goats travel on suspension bridges from roof to roof, looking down on visitors. Send up food to waiting 4-legged residents by cranks and pulleys. Good stop to get some ice cream! Not your average country store.[Sinquate, 06/29/2012]
Cute. Tourist trap. But the kids will love this place. Place to paint, pan for gold, feed goats. A great collection of redneck humor, ala Jeff Foxworthy.[Andrew Patron, 10/07/2010]
Tourist attraction mostly for youngsters: a craft and ice cream shop that actually has goats on the roof of its two buildings. They get from roof to roof via cable bridges. They graze on the grass rooftops. The children can send a bucket of feed up a hand-cranked lift that dumps the feed on to the roof for the goats to eat.[5OLDDOGS, 05/12/2010]
Goats on the Roof is a clever little roadside attraction that definitely caught our eye. It's a quaint country store and ice cream shop that contains unique gifts and a gem mining attraction for the kids.
Even better than the stores are the fact that goats live on the tops of the buildings. There's a series of bridges that interconnect the buildings so the goats can roam freely. There are also interesting devices that allow you to feed the goats from either the ground or the balcony. Very original attraction and a definite must-see if you are headed to Tallulah Gorge or on your way up to Cherokee, NC.[Karen W., 07/28/2009]
Very cute little store. We live not far from there and my kids love to go and feed the goats. You can even do some gem mining! Good place to stretch your legs![Nicole, 04/18/2009]