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Mount Berry, Georgia
Art
Oak Hill, an antebellum home with a carriage house and the Martha Berry Museum are open along with a gift shop, and award winning gardens and weaving studio.
Savannah, Georgia
History
Oatland Island Education Center is an environmental education center and Savannah's zoo. The Center is located on 175 acres of woodlands and marsh and is home to more than 40 indigenous species. The staff provides environmental education programs.
Macon, Georgia
History
The Ocmulgee National Monument is a monument to the Mississippi people. They were later known as Ochise Creek and later known as Creek.
Valdosta, Georgia
Library
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized, University
The Oglethorpe University Museum is a fine art museum committed to the exhibition of figurative/realistic art that is often international, spiritual, and/or mystical in nature.
Waycross, Georgia
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
For over thirty years the Okefenokee Heritage Center has sought to illustrate the history of the Okefenokee region and act as a venue for the artistic talent of the people who live here. The OHC has worked to refine and clarify the information found in its exhibits. One dynamic aspect about history is that it is always being made, so our story also grows.
Warm Springs, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Specialized
Adjacent to Main Street Warm Springs is a group of eight buildings surrounding a half-acre park designed to represent the old town of Bullochville. These buildings house eclectic shops offering merchandise ranging from collectibles and antiques to children's clothing and squeaky shoes.
Fairburn, Georgia
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Museum is located in 1871 courthouse which tells the story of Campbell County. Special observance first Saturday in October.
Savannah, Georgia
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Science, Specialized
Old Fort Jackson exhibits Civil War artifacts, shows video presentation, cannon displays, summer daily cannon firings and gift shop.
Milledgeville, Georgia
Historic House

The Old Governor’s Mansion, a National Historic Landmark completed in 1839 was the home of Georgia’s governors until 1868. Serving as the political and social base of the capital, the Mansion played a pivotal role in the antebellum and Civil War periods. In November of 1864 the Mansion served as Sherman’s headquarters in Milledgeville during the March to the Sea. Recently, the Mansion underwent an award winning $9.

Roberta, Georgia
History
The Old Jail Museum houses law enforcement archives of Crawford County.
Sandersville, Georgia
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
Explore a Victorian Era conjoined jail and sheriffs' home, one of a few known to exist today. Tour the old jail cells, original locking mechanism and graffiti left behind by prisoners. The old gallows yard is adjacent to the jail. The Genealogy Research Center can be found in the home portion. A library filled with historical books on Washington County and adjacent counties and states is available for researchers.
Dawsonville, Georgia
History
The Old Jail has a cabinet display in the entrance hall and items in the upstairs jail cells.
Moreland, Georgia
History
Museum of "things" from the home, the farm, the country store, and Moreland Knitting Mills from 1900-1945.
Ringgold, Georgia
Church
The Old Stone Church was completely restored and opened to the public in 1997. The Museum houses mostly Civil War memorabilia.
Harlem, Georgia
Art, Children's, General
Have 6 full size old cars made out of wood-another one started a Stanie Steamer- full size.
Columbus, Georgia
History
Oxbow Meadows is located near the Chattahoochee River, within a hardwood wetland habitat. Inside visitors will find exhibits, live animals, and hands-on opportunities for exploring the natural history of the region.
Oxford, Georgia
History
The Oxford Historical Shrine Society is located in a 1841 Greek Revival style building. Also, on the site is Kitty's Cottage which in part precipitated in 1844 the split of the Northern and Southern Methodism.
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