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Milledgeville, Georgia
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The 544-acre estate is composed of gently rolling hills divided into a farm complex, hayfields, pasture, man-made and natural ponds, and forests. Tobler Creek, a spring fed waterway, intersects the property entering near the west corner and meandering down to exit at the middle of the southeast boundary.
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.
Milledgeville, Georgia
Art
Allied Arts is a non-profit community arts agency that operates the John Marlor Arts Center.
Milledgeville, Georgia
The Museum is housed in a turn of Century Victorian Home. It was founded in 1975 to gather and perserve information relating to education in the State of Georgia. It has 2 permanent exhibits and 1 changing exhibits gallery.
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.

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