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Moody ForestMoody Forest in Baxley, Georgia
Enjoy charming historic sites in Bainbridge, Barnesville, Baxley, Blackshear, Blarisville, Blakely, Brunswick, Buchanan and Byron. Stay and Play in GA!
Firehouse Center and Gallery - This historic center contains an original jail, a museum and exhibition space. Open: Thurs - Sat at 9am-5pm, during exhibits. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and Party Facilities - Phone: 229-243-1010 – Address: 119 W. Water St., Bainbridge Georgia 39817
Barnesville Hardware - 116 Main Street, Barnsville Georgia -1870 Gothic Revival style formerly the showroom of the Smith Buggy Company, one of the four buggy manufacturers that made Barnesville the "Buggy Capital of the World."
Barnesville Walking Tour is where you will enjoy the charm of small-town Barnesville with its many Victorian homes, quaint shops and picturesque neighborhoods. Phone: 770-358-2732 – Address: : Downtown Barnesville, Georgia 30204
Confederate Cemetery - Greenwood Street, Barnesville Georgia
Attraction Features: Over 150 Confederate graves from all of the companies in this area of GA
Gordon College - College Drive, Barnesville Georgia
Attraction Features: Built in 1852. Named for General John B. Gordon and formerly the site of Gordon Military College.
Historic Carnegie Library & Cara Studios Art Gallery - Built in 1910, it epitomizes Georgian Revival architectures. Enjoy a unque art studio, sculpture garden & art exhibits. Call for hours, reservations & fees. Amenties: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and Party Facility. Phone: 770-358-3132 - Address: 1 Carnegie Wat, Library & Greenwood Streets, Barnesville Georgia
Old Jail Museum and Archives - This local history museum also has regional genealogical research. Open: Wed. 10a.m.-5p.m., Sat. 10a.m.-2p.m., Sun. 2-5p.m. Call for tours and research. Suggested donations $1. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms - Phone: 770-358-5855 – Address: 326 Thomaston St., Barnesville Georgia 30204
Moody Forest Natural Area is a 4500 acre acrda with a swamp, 200- and 300-year-old long leafs, a 600-year-old mammoth tupelo cypress and spectacular bluff side forests. Open: Daily. Free. Amenities: Parking. Phone: 912-366-9549 – Address: 3553 E River Road, Baxley Georgia 31513
Prison Camp Marker in Blackshear GA
1894 Hanging Jail was constructed around 1880, and it is one of the only two hanging jails in the state of GA. Amenities: Parking and Public Restrooms. Open: Mon-Fri at 9 am - 5 pm. Free admission. Phone: 912-449-7000 - Address: 318 Taylor St., Blackshear Georgia
Blackshear Civil War Prison Camp - The prison was an open camp in an out-of-the-way place, surrounded by a guardline, including some heavy artillery pieces. It was considered as a 'corral for human beings.' The prison guards were mainly from the 2nd Georgia Reserve Regiment and 3 companies of the 4th Georgia Reserves. Phone: 912-449-7044 – Address: Hwy 203 N., Blackshear Georgia 31516
Pierce County Heritage Museum, Genealogical Library and Depot is a restored 1902 train depot that now houses a Civil War museum, with county history and a genealogical library. Open: Mon.-Thurs. 8a.m.-3:30 pm. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and party facilities. Phone: 912-449-7044 – Address: 200 S. Central Ave., Blackshear Georgia 31516
Mountain Life Museum is the site of the restored 1906 Grapelle Butt Mock House and the restored 1861 John Payne Cabin. The Mountain Marketplace Marketplace Heritage Festival is held Labor Day weekend and the Mountain Craft Store is in the 1906 house. Phone: 706-745-5493 - Address: 99 School St., Blairsville Georgia 30512
Old Courthouse Museum - See vestiges of the county’s rich past, from Civil War memorabilia to 19th-century farm equipment. Open: May-Oct. Sat. 10am-4pm, or by appt. Cost: Adults $2, children $1. Phone: 706-745-5493 – Address: On the Square, Blairsville Georgia 30512
Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge in Blakely was built in 1891. Also known as McDonald's Ford Bridge. Not open to traffic. Phone: 229-723-3741 - Directions: From Columbus, go 89 miles south to Blakely and then 9 miles southwest off Hwy. 62. In the Plantation Trace tourist region. Covered bridge info, pictures and map.
Historic Old City Hall - Historic landmark structure with detailed scale model of Brunswick's Oglethrope Hotel, vintage police uniforms, and images and artifacts of the city. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and party facilities. Open Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm. Free admission. Phone: 912-265-4032 - Address: 1229 Newcastle Street, Brunswick Georgia
Historic Old Haralson County Courthouse - The courthouse, on the National Register, is a museum, library and office of the county’s historical society. See A picturesque agglomeration of towers, turrets, arches, differing wall surfaces, windows in a variety of sizes and shapes, and exuberant ornament, the old Haralson County courthouse, which has stood proudly in the center of the square in little Buchanan since 1892, epitomizes the Victorian period. Open: Monday through Thursday at 11 am - 6 pm and Saturday at 10 am - 2 pm. Call also visit by calling for an appointment. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, Party Facilities. Phone: 770-646-3369 – Address: Courthouse Square, Buchanan, GA
1870 Bryon Railroad Depot features a pictorial history, town memorabilia and historical facts about trains. Open: Call for hours and tours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 478-956-3600 or 478-956-2409
Address: 101 E Heritage Blvd, Bryon Georgia 31008
Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge

Georgia Historic Sites in Cities Below:
BulletAdairsville, Alpharetta, Andersonville, Ashburn & Athens

BulletAtlanta & Augusta

BulletBainbridge, Barnesville, Baxley, Blackshear, Blairsville, Blakely, Brunswick, Buchanan & Byron

BulletCalhoun, Carnesville, Cartersville, Cassville, Cedartown, Clarkesville, Clinton, Colquitt & Columbus

BulletComer, Conyers, Covington, Culloden, Cumberland Island & Cumming

BulletDahlonega, Dalton, Darien, Decatur, Demorest, Douglas, Dublin & Duluth

BulletEastman, Eatonton, Ellijay, Fayetteville, Fitsgerald, Flowery Branch, Folkston & Forsyth

BulletFort Gaines, Fort Oglethorpe, Fort Valley, Franklin, Gainesville, Glennville, Gordon, Grantville, Griffin Greensboro & Grovetown

BulletHampton, Hartwell, Hawkinsville, Hazlehurst, Helen, Hinesville, Homer, Indian Springs, Jasper, Jefferson & Jekyll Island

BulletJesup, Johns Creek, Jonesboro, Kingston, Kennesaw, Knoxville, Lakeland, Lexington, Louisville, Ludowici, Lula & Lumpkin

BulletMacon & Madison

BulletMarietta, Martinez, McDonald, McDonough, Midway & Milledgeville

BulletMillen, Monroe, Monticello, Moreland, Mt. Vernon & Newnan

BulletOglethrope, Oxford, Perry, Pine Mountain, Rabun Gap, Resaca, Richland, Rincon, Ringgold & Rome

BulletSandersville, Sautee, Sapelo Island & Savannah

BulletSmyrna, Springfield, Statesboro, St. Marys, Stone Mountain, St. Simons Island & Sylvania

BulletThomaston, Thomasville, Thomon, Tifton, Tybee Island, Valdosta, Warm Springs, Warrenton & Washington

BulletWatkinsville, Waynesboro, West Point, Willacoochee, Winder, Winterville & Woodbury


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