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Tifton, Georgia
A 19th century living history museum with costumed interpreters who share the history of the region as they continue the daily activities of their community; whether in the farmhouse, fields, one-room school, or the grist mill. Ride the logging train.
Atlanta, Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia
Created in1918,the Georgia Dept of Archives and History collects, manages, and preserves Georgia's historical records; administers programs to promote the efficient management of state and local government records and information; and operates specialize
Athens, Georgia
Art
GMOA presents diverse, scholarly exhibitions of art in all media and from all periods; American paintings from the collection are on view in 4 galleries.
Athens, Georgia
Natural History
The museum serves Georgia through teaching, research, and service based on 12 affiliated collections in archaeology and biological and earth sciences. Outreach programs include Science Boxes and web sites.
Macon, Georgia
The Georgia Music Hall of Fame is a 43,000 sq. ft. music museum featuring over 500 musical artists and celebrities in "Tune Town", a perpetual music festival. The Museum includes Zell Miller Center for GA Music Studies, GSAMS, and Music Factory.
Leslie, Georgia
The Georgia Rural Telephone Museum exhibits the largest collection of telephones and telephone memorabilia in the world which is housed in a renovated 1920's cotton warehouse.
Rincon, Georgia
Archaeology, Cemetery, Church, History, Historic House
Statesboro, Georgia
University
Georgia Southern Museum interprets the natural and cultural history of the coastal plains. Permanent exhibits include a 26 foot Mosasaur fossil and temporary exhibit change every 2 or 3 months. Family programs and educational outreach to southeast GA.
Macon, Georgia
Vienna, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House
The Georgia Cotton Museum tells the history of cotton and cotton production through video, displays of equipment, photographs and a knowledgable curator.
Atlanta, Georgia
Park
The Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Department manages the 64 state parks and historic sites most of which are open from Tuesday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday 2-5:30.
Stone Mountain, Georgia
Park
Cordele, Georgia
Park
The Museum interprets Georgian military history from the Revolutionary War to the Gulf War.
Macon, Georgia
History
Georgia Women of Achievement educates the public about important role of women in our state's history. To "visit" these women, check the website. Call office for traveling exhibit schedule, attend the March 31st Induction Cermony at GA.College & St Univ
Milledgeville, Georgia
History
The museum will open June, 2000 in the Old State Capitol Building. It will be a Regional Heritage Center to idenfify, interpret, preserve and communicate the historical and cultural heritage of the Milledgeville/Baldwin County.
Augusta, Georgia
Art
The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, built in 1818 by Augusta Mayor and US Senator, Nicholas Ware, this flamboyant Federal-Style mansion is home to the non-profit art school and gallery.
Ellijay, Georgia
Art
The Gilmer Arts and Heritage Association Art Gallery houses works of all types by local and area artists all with a Heritage flare.
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