When traveling through Georgia, there are so many roadside attractions you'll want to stop at. The best ones are those that are gems that not as many people know about. There's one hidden spot in Georgia that'll take you to another world and help you take a step back from reality for a bit.\nPasaquan in Buena Vista, Georgia is a psychedelic wonderland that's a true hidden gem of The Peach State, but everyone should experience it at least once in their lifetime.\nLocated at Columbus State University, this unique gallery of quirky art and architecture sometimes hosts workshops, lectures, seminars, and performances as well.\nEddie Owens Martin, who later changed his name to St. EOM, is the creator of this colorful paradise. According to the official website, he's a self-taught artist who got the inspiration for this wonderland from various cultures.\nEditor's Choice: 6 Road Trips Around North Carolina That Will Give You All The Spectacular Autumn Views\nHe spent 30 years working on Pasaquan to make it perfect for visitors. During those years, he's built six huge structures on the property, various mandala murals all over the walls, and has even masonry walls that are beautifully painted.\nSome cultures you can see represented through art at this spot include African, pre-Columbian Mexico, and Native American.\nView this post on Instagram P A S A Q U A N 🌈🌈🌈 #pasaquan #georgia #roadtrip #art #explore #photography A post shared by Cassie Sager (@thesagerbomb) on Aug 3, 2019 at 1:37pm PDT\nThis spot is open every Friday through Sunday and there's a suggested contribution of $10 per adult.\nMemberships are also available, giving you access to exclusive events at Pasaquan as well as receiving newsletters with all the updates. Memberships start at just $25 and help fund programs and events here.\nView this post on Instagram live a colorful life 🌞⚡️ A post shared by cas (@cassi.bass) on Feb 16, 2019 at 10:10am PST\nWhen you visit, take your time walking around the area and snap as many photos as you'd like. Your eyes might not know where to look because there's just so much to look at scattered across 7 acres of land.\nOne of the visions of this destination is to, "Deepen visitors understanding of visionary art and inspire them to express themselves creatively."\nYou might just walk out of Pasaquan wanting to make something unique of your own.\nView this post on Instagram confused? don’t worry, they have interpretative dancers A post shared by Matthew Kiszla (@bmatthewk) on Jun 15, 2019 at 9:05am PDT\nSt. EOM said, “I built this place to have something to identify with. Here I can be in my own world, with my temples and designs and the spirit of God. I can have my own spirits and my own thoughts."\nHe's shared it with the world and now it's a Peach State must-see waiting for you to explore it.\nPasaquan \nPrice: $10 suggested contribution \nAddress: 238 Eddie Martin Rd., Buena Vista, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This adventure will open your mind to a creative world. From the different colors to the various cultures represented here, you're in for a visual treat and adventure through art. \nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.