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Visit historic sites in Marietta, Martinez, McDonald, McDonough, Midway and Milledgeville. Enjoy Georgia's past treasures today. Stay and Play in GA!
Historic Marietta Walking-Driving Tour encompasses Marietta’s five National Register Historic districts to view antebellum and Victorian homes. Call for brochure and map.
Phone: 770-429-1115, 800-835-0445 – Address: 4 Depot St., Marietta Georgia 30060
Marlow House Gallery is a quaint gallery features Thomas Kinkade artwork, collectibles and gifts. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Open: Mon - Sat 10 am-5 pm - Phone: 770-426-1825 – Address: 192 Church St., Marietta Georgia 30060
Marietta City-Confederate Cemetery - Buried in the Confederate Cemetery are more than 3,000 people from the Civil War era. The City Cemetery dates back further, to the 1830s. Open: Daily dawn-dusk for free. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 770-429-1115 - Address: 395 Powder Springs St., Marietta Georgia 30060
Marietta National Military Cemetery is where more than 10,000 Civil War soldiers are buried here. Daily. Call for tours. Free. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 770-428-5631 or toll-free at 1-866-236-8159 – Address: 500 Washington Ave., Marietta Georgia 30060
Root House Museum is in a home where pharmacist William Root once lived, this museum portrays middleclass life in the 1850s. Open: Tue.-Sat. 11am-4pm. Cost: Adults $4, children and seniors $3. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired
Phone: 770-426-4982 – Address: 145 Denmead St., Marietta Georgia 30060
Augusta Canal Headgates - Walk, bike, canoe or kayak through the Augusta Canal National Heritage area. This 7.5-mile historic canal takes you past natural and urban landscapes.
Phone:706-868-3349 – Address: 3300 Evans to Locks Rd., Martinez Georgia 30907
Courthouse Square - Built in 1897 and restored in 1981, restoration in progress on Jail Museum. Walking tour brochure available at Chamber of Commerce.
Old Post Office C.D. - Polk Annex, 34 Covington Street on the Square
Attraction Features: Completed in 1940, one of the last depression era public works projects inaugurated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Features mural telling story of cotton in the South by French artist Jean Charlot, who later became art director of Guggenheim Institute in New York City.
Shingle Roof Campground - Hwy. 155, 3 miles north of city
Attraction Features: Religious meetings as early as 1830. 100 acre Methodist camp became training ground for Confederate soldiers in 1861.
Turner Hunt Clements Cabin - Hwy. 20, just east of the city.
Attraction Features: Built in 1832 with wooden pegs. One of the oldest structures in Henry County
Old Govenor's Mansion
Henry and Clayton Counties Genealogical Society - In the 1826 Brown House, the Genealogical Society preserves historical information about Henry and Clayton counties.
Open: Fridays and Saturdays by appointment only. We are closed on all Legal holidays, and from the second Tuesday in December until the day after New Years. Free. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms - Phone: 770-954-1456 – Address: 71 Macon St., McDonough Georgia 30252
Dorchester Academy and Museum - Experience an African-American historic site founded as a school after the Civil War for freed slaves. Open Tues-Fri at 11 am to 2 pm, and Sat - Sun from 2-4 pm. Phone: 912-884-2347 – Address: 8787 Oglethorpe Hwy, Midway GA 31320
1839 Lockerly Hall and Lockerly Arboretum is a fine example of plantation architecture. This 45 acre arboretum offers, in addition to nature trails showcasing shrubs and trees, an herb garden, iris, day lily beds, a rhododendron garden, a vineyard, bulb and perennial gardens, a butterfly garden and a tropical and desert greenhouse. Tours available with Milledgeville CVB. Mon.-Wed. for Hall. Open: 8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. Call for Sat. hours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms. Phone: 478-452-2112 – Address: 1534 Irwinton Rd., Milledgeville, GA 31061
Allied Arts Cultural Center - John Marlor House & Marlor Arts Center Galleries - This Federal-style John-Marlor House was built in the 1830s as a Wedding present. It currently houses offices of the Allied Arts Center. Open: Mon.-Fri. 9a.m.-4:30p.m. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired.
Phone: 478-452-3950 – Address: 201 N. Wayne St., Milledgeville Georgia 31061
Andalusia Farm - Tour the home of beloved American author Flannery O'Connor. See Flannery O'Connor Memorial. Amenities: Parking and Public Restrooms. Open Tues-Sat 10 am - 4 pm or by appointment. Phone: 478-454-4029 - Address: US Hwy 441 N, Milledgeville Georgia
Flannery O'Connor Memorial - This admirable collection includes signature pieces from O'Connor's farmhouse, her personal library, memorabilia and rotating exhibits. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Open Mon-Fri 10 am - 4 pm. Phone: 478-454-4029 - Address: Ina D. Russell Library, Georgia College and State University, 231 W Hancock St., Milledgeville Georgia
Marlor House - 200 N. Wayne Street
Attraction Features: Built in 1830; headquarters for Allied Arts. Rotating exhibits; group tours are welcome.
Memory Hill Cemetery was one of the four public squares in the 1803 town plan. Aughor Flannery O'Connor and Congressman Carl Vinson are among those buried here. Open daily. Phone: 478-452-4687 or toll free 800-653-1804. Address: 300 W Franklin St., Milledgeville Georgia
Museum and Archives of Georgia Education - 131 S. Clark Street, across from Old Attraction Features: Governor's Mansion. Built in 1900. Photographs and memorabilia of the Georgia education systems. Open Mon - Fri: 12 - 5 pm. Group tours welcome.
Old Governor's Mansion - 120 S. Clark Street.
Attraction Features: Home of 10 Georgia governors. Built in 1838 in Greek Revival style. Restored in 1967. Tour inclusive on Trolley. Open Tue - Sat: 10 am - 5 pm and Sun: 2 - 5 pm.
Georgia's Old Capital Museum - Milledgeville was laid out in 1803 as the State capital and today retains its original plan of parallel streets. This structure, used as the State Capitol Building from 1807-1868, has been rebuilt and is part of the Georgia Military College. Experience our state’s history in the building where Georgia’s legislators voted to secede from the Union and made other momentous decisions! Open: Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Saturday, 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. Phone: 478-453-1803 - Address: GMC Campus at 201 East Green Street, Milledgeville Georgia
Roe-Harper-Specht House - Corrall Road off 441 North
Attraction Features: 1800 split timber cabin in peaceful country setting. Available for tours, groups and catered meals.
St. Stephens’s Episcopal Church - Union troops poured molasses into the organ’s pipes, rendering it useless. In 1909, New York Life Insurance Company’s president replaced the organ. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Free admission. Phone: 478-452-2710 - Address: 220 S Wayne St, Milledgeville Georgia 31061
Stetson-Sanford House - W. Hancock. Available on Trolley Tours
Attraction Features: Built in 1812. Received nationwide acclaim for architectural design and beauty of workmanship.
Trolley Tours - Historic District. 200 W. Hancock Street. Originate at Milledgeville Tourism and Trade. Public tours Tue and Fri 10 am, group tours by appointment other days. Step-on guides available.
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