Warm Springs, Georgia
A visit to FDR's rustic 6 room cottage, where he died on April 12,1945 is a trip back in time. Also included is a museum, guest house, servants quarters, pools, movie, and 2 of his vehicles.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History is the largest facility of its kind in the Southeast, thrusting visitors into a world of dinosaurs, artifacts, science interactives, shells, wildlife, and IMAX films. Learn about the earth's history, physical universe.
The College of the Arts of Valdosta State University delivers arts instruction through graduate and undergraduate programs and provides cultural enrichment and artistic programming for the region through national and regional gallery exhibitions.
St Simons Island, Georgia
Ft Frederica Nat'l Monument is operatedby the National Park Service. Site features archeological ruins and interprets the pre-Revoutionary War Era.
Fort King George, Georgia"s first fort, reconstructed 1700's frontier fortification. Museum and audio-visual presentation.
Richmond Hill, Georgia
Fort McAllister is a state park with a Civil War Fort Museum, campground, fishing dock, hiking trail, and much more.
Audio visual film, museum and special programs interpret the colonial, American Revolution, War of 1812, and the Revolution.
Fort Pulaski NM is the best preserved masonry fort of its period. It is the location of a historic Civil War battle that changed the tide of the conflict. Visitor's Center houses a bookstore and museum featuring historic images and Civil War artifacts.
Fort Stewart, Georgia
History, Specialized, University
Visitors see an award-winning film about the Southeastern Indians and the Hall of the Ancients depicts 12,000 years of Native American life through artifacts, dioramas, and interactive computer programs. The story of the Trail of Tears is shown in a 4-minute film and maps. Also on display is an extensive collection of contemporary Native American artwork, including paintings, baskets, sculpture and pottery.