The Museum is located in a replica of the 1910 Smyrna Train Depot which was demolished in 1959.
Its collection includes thousands of photographs, publications, artifacts, oral histories, and historical and genealogical research materials. The materials are from both Smyrna and Cobb County and date to 1832. Research assistance is available.
The Museum is staffed 100 % of the time by volunteers from the Smyrna Historical Society, the Smyrna Golden K Kiwanis Club and many individuals who have an interest in preserving this history of this city and contributing service to the community.
Admission is free and donations are accepted and appreciated.
Amenities: parking, public restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared.
We welcome your donations of cash to support the museum and memorabilia for our collection. Below is more information on items that we are seeking.
Old photos, advertisements, newspaper clippings about Smyrna, magazine articles about Smyrna, letters and other printed artifacts that you feel will be a nice addition to our collection.
Scrapbooks, school annuals and local civic organization files
You may also e-mail digital scans of photographs to email@example.com. Please include a description of the scan so we can properly catalog it.
Unique household and workplace items used by Smyrna residents in the past.
Any item from the past with Smyrna printed upon it.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Phone & Address
Phone: 770-431-2858 - Address: 2861 Atlanta St, Smyrna Georgia 30080