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Free fun indoor activities in the Georgia Classic South region include fine arts centers and galleries, museums, historic sites and indoor walking tours. Stay & Play in GA!
Fine Arts Centers & Galleries
Artists’ Row - Celebrate life! Celebrate the arts! Join us downtown and get inspired by some of the best Augusta has to offer! Enjoy Art galleries, and many working studios and shops that add color to this district known for its varied selection of fine art, jewelry, sculpture and crafts. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired - Phone: 706-774-1006 – Address: 1000 Block of Broad St., Augusta Georgia 30901
Charles E. Choate Exhibit & Tours - Charles E. Choate was a well-known architect in the SE. A collection of drawings and paintings are in display on this self-guided tour. Many documented and identified buildings by Choate can be found in Sandersville & Tennille. Thirteen have been place on Historic Register. Pick up tour brochuers at Washington County Chamber of Commerce. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Open Mon-Fri from 9 am - 4:30 pm. Phone: 478-552-3288 Address: 131 W. Haynes St., Sandersville, GA 31082
Genuine Georgia - Discover Greensboro's art emporium for Georgia's fine arts and crafts, and local products. Find local produce, music, foods and craft demonstrations. Open Monday - Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Food - Phone: 706-453-1440 - Address: 101 N Main St., Greensboro Georgia
Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art - This National Register home serves as a center for visual arts classes and changing art exhibitions. Tue.-Fri. 10 a.m.-5p.m., Sat. by Appt. Free admission. Guided group tours available. Amenities: parking, restrooms, accessibility for mobility-impared. Phone: 706-722-5495 – Address: 506 Telfair St., Augusta Georgia 30901
The Fire House Gallery is located in a restored historic fire station. The Fire House Gallery strives to exhibit exciting and challenging contemporary American art for the benefit of the citizens of Louisville, Jefferson County, and the Central Savannah River Area. The Gallery offers monthly exhibitions and a calendar of entertaining and educational events, including opening receptions and artist talks. Open: Wed-Fri at 12-6 pm. and Sat at 9am-4pm. Phone: 478-625-0387 – Address: 605 Mulberry St., Louisville Georgia 30434
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Museums & Geneology Research
Brown House Museum was General Sherman’s headquarters on his March to the Sea. It showcases Civil War and Sandersville historical artifacts. Open: Tue ,Thurs and Fri at 2-5pm, and Sat at 10am-3pm. Call for group tours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 478-552-1965 - Address: 268 N. Harris St., Sandersville Georgia 31082
Burke County Museum houses artifacts pertaining to Burke County and its history. Open by appointment only. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 706-554-4889 – Address: 536 Liberty St., Waynesboro GA 30830
Grovetown Museum is a restored 100-year-old dwelling that contains artifacts, military memorabilia and detailed exhibits of the Grovetown area. Open: Fri at 10a.m.-4p.m., and Sat-Sun at 1 to 4 pm. Call for groups. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms - Phone: 706-868-6338 – Address: 106 W Robinson Ave, Grovetown GA 30813
Jenkins County Museum -This museum is located in 1 of the 2 railroad depots still in use in Millen. It has collections of local histories, Native American artifacts, tools and cotton mill equipment. Admission is free. Open: Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm Phone: 478-982-5595 Address: 548 Cotton Ave. Millen, GA 30442
John Cullars McCrimmon Genealogy Room and Archives in Lincoln County Library - Stop by the Lincoln County Library for a visit, to 'dig up some bones' and talk history. The library has an extensive collection of books, personal family records, local maps, historical photographs and artifacts, and family Bibles as well as two genealogy computers with access to The Augusta Chronicle archives and other genealogical websites such as Ancestry Plus.
McDuffie Museum - The museums programs, exhibits and activites invite visitors to relive history, become inspired and create a connection with the past. Free admission. Hours: Tues-Fri noon to 5pm, Fri 12-3pm, Sun at 2-4pm. Phone: 706-595-9923 Address: 121 Main St. Thomson, GA
Mitchell Depot Museum is a trail depot museum in the heart of Mitchell. Open every Saturday from 10 am - 2 pm. Field trips or group tours welcome. Phone: 706-598-9901 – Address: Downtown Mitchell, Georgia 30810
Old Jail Museum & Geneology Research Center - Explore a Victorian Era conjoined jail and sheriff's home, one of a few known to exist today. Tour the old jail cells with 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. The center is also a repository for family books, files, and other Washington County history. While you are visiting, listen or watch for evidence of the ghost Essie, believed to inhabit the historical home. Researchers will be glad to share their stories about their experiences with this popular ghost. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Free admission. Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 2 to 5pm and Saturday at 10 am - 3 pm. Phone: 478-552-6965 Address: 129 Jones St, Sandersville, GA 31082
U.S. Army Signal Corps Museum is located on Ft. Gordon’s Army base, this museum displays Signal Corps artifacts from the Civil War forward. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Open Tue-Fri. 8 am - 4 pm. Free admission. Phone: 706-791-2818 Address: Conrad Hall, Bldg. 29807, Augusta Georgia 30905
Mary Willis Library
Historic Sites and Indoor Walking Tours
Augusta Arsenal at Augusta State University was the arsenal to both Federal and Confederate governments, and the commandant’s house was a home to poet Stephen Vincent Benet. Call for hours and free tours. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 706-737-1444 – Address: 2500 Walton Way, Augusta Georgia 30904
Enterprise Mill - Factory artifacts are scattered throughout the corridors and grounds of this vast 19th-century textile mill bordering the Augusta Canal. Houses Augusta Convention and Visitor Bureau. Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:30 pm. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, Food, Party Facilities. Phone: 706-262-4001 - Address: 1450 Greene St., Augusta Georgia 30901
Historic Wrightsboro - The 1768 settlement was Georgia’s only Quaker community. All that remains today is the old Wrightsboro Church and cemetery, built c, 1810. By reservation only. Free admission. Amenities: Parking and Public Restrooms. Phone: 706-597-1000 – Location: Wrightsboro Rd off US 78, Thomson Georgia 30824 - Call for directions
King Mill - Charles Estes, company president until 1901, hired civil engineer John D. Hill to design and supervise construction of the new mill along the Augusta Canal in 1882. A year later, the mill was in operation with nearly 30,000 spindles producing cotton sheeting, shirting, and drills. Under the direction of Estes, the company prospered and by 1900, had 60,288 spindles and 1,812 looms. Phone: 706-823-0440 - Address: 1701 Goodrich St., Augusta Georgia 30901
Market House was built at the crossing of two trails, the open-air building dates back to the late 1700s. In the center hangs a bell that was used to warn of Indian attacks. Open Daily.
Amenities: Parking, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 478-625-8134 – Address: Center of Broad St., Louisville Georgia 30434
Mary Willis Library - Circa 1888 library, designed by Edmund Lind of Atlanta, features stained-glass windows and deep woods. See the lost Confederate treasure chest. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for Mobility-impaired, Party Facilities. Call for hours. Phone: 706-678-7736 - Address: 204 E Liberty St., Washington Georgia
Ogeechee River Mill is located on the beautiful Ogeechee River. This corn mill has been in operation since 1826. Open by appointment only. Bring your camera for wonderful photos. Free admission. Amenities: Parking - Phone: 706-465-2195 – Address: 262 Reynolds Rd., Warrenton Georgia 30828
Old Greene County Gaol - The Goal is one of the oldest standing masonry jails in Georgia, and the building is patterned after the bastilles of 100 years ago. Open 9am to 5pm. Pick up key at Chamber. Amenities: Parking - Phone: 706-453-7592 Address: S Greene St., Greensboro, GA 30642
Springfield Baptist Church and Village Park is the oldest African-American church in the US. (1787); where Morehouse College and Georgia Republican Party were organized. Springfield Village Park has Richard Hunt sculptures and a reflecting pool. Call for tours. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, Party Facilities - Phone: 706-724-1056 – Address: 114 12th St. at Reynolds St., Augusta GA 30901
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