Last updated: 2/18/2013
Euharlee, Georgia
Street Address
118 Covered Bridge Road
Euharlee, GA 30120
Mailing Address
118 Covered Bridge Road
Euharlee, GA 30120
phone: 770-607-2017
e-mail: kodom@euharlee.com
web: www.notatlanta.org/
Hours
Wednesday - Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday2 PM - 4 PM
Admissions
Free
Services
Group Tours
Staff
Katie Odom, Director
phone: 770-607-2017
Description

The Museum contains artifacts of an agricultural area-begun in 1832. Located in the Historic District of downtown Euharlee

Located West of Cartersville in the historic town of Euharlee. This landmark recalls the days of buggies and "horseless carriages." Known as a landmark on Georgia's Covered Bridge Trail, the Euharlee Covered Bridge was built in 1886 by Washington W. King, a black contractor. The Euharlee History Museum offers free museum tours.

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Directions:

from Atlanta, go north on I-75 to Exit 288. Go south on GA 113 approximately 4.5 miles, then right on Euharlee Road. Go 5.5 miles on Euharlee Road then turn left on Covered Bridge Road.

Travel Tip:

Continue on Covered Bridge Road past the historic bridge. This route will take you by Georgia Power Plant Bowen (not a nuclear facility) and ends at GA 113. To return to Cartersville turn left onto GA 113.

Wheelchair Accessible

Parking

Restrooms

Services

Group Tours

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