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Milledgeville, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History, Nature Centers
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.
Roswell, Georgia
History, Historic House
The 1845 Smith Plantation was home to three generations of Archibald Smith (one of founders of Roswell, GA) family until 1981. Original furnishings, 11 outbuildings, Cook and Carriage House, Barn, Slave Cabin, & Corn Crib can be viewed on the property. Activities for the family include Fall Farm Days, Harvest Moon Dinner Dance, Camp Yesteryear, and Gingerbread Christmas. Rotating exhibits feature some of the 3,000 artifacts belonging to the Smith family are on display in the Barn.
St Simons Island, Georgia
Art, Church, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
Our mission is to: Maintain an archive of documentary materials concerning all facets of the history of The United Methodist Church.
? Serve as the official repository of materials produced by the agencies, boards, commissions, committees, local churches and general officers of The South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church.
? Collect and preserve historical artifacts related to the United Methodist Church.
Atlanta, Georgia
Arboretum, Archaeology, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The Atlanta History Museum at the Atlanta History Center is one of the largest history museums in the nation, featuring award-winning signature exhibitions that tell the story of the region's people, from its earliest settlers to the international city of today. Be sure to check our calendar for listings of our current temporary exhibitions. The Atlanta History Museum also includes a unique Museum Shop and Chick-fil-A at the Coca Cola Café.
Marietta, Georgia
Art, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Specialized
The Aviation Wing of the Marietta Museum of History is presently comprised of a 15.5 acre park. The park features various civilian and military aircraft from the latter half of the twentieth century in addition to aircraft produced locally in Marietta. Aviation in Marietta begins with Bell Aircraft in the early 1940s and continued to grow with Lockheed Martin from the 1950s to present.
Roswell, Georgia
Historic House
Barrington Hall, built in 1842, was the home of Barrington King, who along with his father, Roswell King, co-founded the town of Roswell. The historic home has been diligently restored and is furnished with many original family possessions. The surrounding seven acres of grounds feature the only antebellum public garden in the greater Atlanta area. Barrington Hall is located at 535 Barrington Drive, Roswell, GA 30075 facing the square in historic Roswell.
Lumpkin, Georgia
Historic House, Specialized
Close your eyes and imagine the sounds of Horses and a stagecoach pulling up in front of The Bedingfield Inn, as the stage coach driver blows into his horn annoucing the number of guests spending the night, and as you enter the inn, the smell of tobacco and the fire place burning, All rooms have a fireplace in them except the common room, where multiple families would share a single room along with body heat for 12and half cents a night.
LaGrange, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Furnished in period antiques and some reproductions, Bellevue provides a lovely backdrop to weddings and receptions. Tall columns grace three sides of this Greek Revival house. Original heart pine floors and beautifully carved pediments are among the treats to see. Two parlors connected by large working pocket doors are kept unfurnished to make room for meetings and parties.
Augusta, Georgia
History, Historic House
Sandersville, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
See history unfold in the house General Sherman headquartered overnight. This historical c. 1852 house features period furniture and houses prominent collections of the past and present life of Washington County. Artifacts, memorabilia and Civil War Relics can be seen. An unforgettable display of Early Washington County Pottery is the latest addition to the museum.
Roswell, Georgia
History, Historic House
This 1840 Greek Revival home was the childhood home of Mittie Bullloch Roosevelt, President Theodore Roosevelt's mother.
Waynesboro, Georgia
History, Historic House
The Burke County Museum is an interpretive facility, housed in an 1858 Georgian cottage style home. All items on exhibit have specific connections ot Burke County and are representative of it's history from 40 million years to just a few years back.
Macon, Georgia
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Science
At Cannonball House we strive to educate,promote and develop public interest in the cultural, architectural and historical heritage of the community. The house is a beautiful example of Greek Revival Architecture. In 1864, the house was struck by a Union Army artillery shell, damaging the front and an interior wall. It was the only residential property in Macon damaged during the battle of Dunlap's Farm.
Rossville, Georgia
Historic House
Chatsworth, Georgia
Historic House
Cherokee brick home built in 1804. Museum to open in 2000.
Athens, Georgia
Historic House

Welcome to Athens oldest residence. Built in 1820, the Church-Waddel-Brumby House is a fine example of Federal style architecture with period appropriate furnishings and decorative arts.

Savannah, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House
At the Davenport House visitors glimpse into the American past when the nation was new and Isaiah Davenport, a young carpenter from New England, achieved success as a builder in his adopted city. The world of early 19th century Savannah is presented through the outstanding Federal-style home Davenport built for his household. Furnished as it would have been in the 1820s, the museum is an authentic period restoration.
Watkinsville, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House
The Eagle Tavern is one of the earliest surviving structures in Oconee County. The Eagle Tavern was built before 1801 and possibly as early as 1794 when Watkinsville was a frontier town on the edge of Creek and Cherokee Indian Territories. It is believed by some that this site was once called Fort Edwards and served as a gathering place for early settlers who needed protection from attacks by the many Creek and Cherokee Indians who flourished in this area.
Augusta, Georgia
Historic House
The house built by tobacco merchant Ezekiel Harris in 1797, the Ezekiel Harris House deemed "…the finest 18th century house surviving in Georgia.." by the Smithsonian's Guide to Historic America.
Warm Springs, Georgia
Historic House
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.
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