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Valdosta Museum DisplayDisplays, which center on the rich culture and diverse population of Southern Georgia contain many rare and fascinating items. Whether you are interested in touring our restored railroad caboose or in ringing the bell from the first school in Valdosta Georgia, we have something to interest all ages.

Collection of the Month The Valodsta-Lowndes County Museum was founded in 1967 as a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the preserving the rich history of Valdosta and Lowndes County. Located in the old Carnegie Library, we host almost 10,000 square feet of historic displays and research material.

The Crown Jewel of the Lowndes County Museum may be our extensive research library. Our library is stocked with books on early Georgia and Lowndes County history, a vast genealogy section and scores of official government records, including census and burial records.

We are constantly used as the primary information source for authors, historical researchers, or family members trying to find their "long lost great grandfather" or trace their family roots to an original member or location. So, whether your looking for a relatives address in 1860 or a picture of Paterson Street in 1925, we probably have it in our archives.

Perhaps our most unusual section is our clippings file. We have newspaper clippings on all types of subjects ranging from which movies playing at the Bijou theatre in 1959 to the activities at Moody AFB.

Whether you are interested in touring our restored railroad caboose or in ringing the bell from the first school in Valdosta, we have something to interest all ages.
Archives and Displays
Displays, which center on the rich culture and diverse population of Southern Georgia contain many rare and fascinating items.

Including:
BulletUniforms and weapons from the Civil War, World War I and World War II.
BulletBibles, and historical records dating back to the 1840's
BulletOriginal land markers used to form the county lines
BulletOne of the largest and complte research files in existence on Wild West legend "Doc" Holliday
Hours and Fees
Call for hours. Free admission.
Phone, Address and Website
Phone: 229-247-4780 - Address: 305 W. Central Ave., Valdosta Georgia 31601 - Valdosta Museum Website
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