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Historic Sites in Georgia


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Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum
Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum things to do on a rainy day in Atlanta, GA
Historic Site in Atlanta, GA USA

Civil War Museum, Battle of Atlanta Painting Nowhere can the true drama of the Civil War battle of Atlanta be more appreciated than at the Cyclorama. The thrilling Cyclorama allows visitors to step back to July 22, 1864 and experience the “Battle of Atlanta.


Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel and Museum
Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel and Museum
Historic Site in Tunnel Hill, GA USA
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Civil War and Railroad Historic Site Begin your visit at the Tunnel Hill Heritage Center, featuring a cell phone guided tour of Civil War, railroad, and local history displays.

Confederate Powderworks Chimney
Confederate Powderworks Chimney
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical landmark

Downtown Greensboro
Downtown Greensboro
Historic Site in Greensboro, GA USA

Lake Oconee's Hometown Historic Downtown Greensboro is located just north of Interstate 20 halfway between Augusta and Atlanta and only minutes from the shores of beautiful Lake Oconee. Greensboro was founded in 1786 and named for Georgia's Revolutionary War hero, Nathaneal Greene.

Enterprise Mill
Enterprise Mill
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical mill


Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home
Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home things to do on a rainy day in Savannah, GA
Historic Site in Savannah, GA USA

A historic home with mementos from O'Connor's childhood. The Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home, located at 207 E. Charlton Street in the heart of Savannah, Georgia, is dedicated to preserving the legacy of one of the South’s greatest writers.

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
Historic Site in Savannah, GA USA

Built between 1818 and 1820, the Center is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. The building has been restored and furnished to depict the 1870s and was named Savannah's first National Historic Landmark in 1965.

Massie Heritage Interpretation Center
Massie Heritage Interpretation Center
Historic Site in Savannah, GA USA

Massie is the only remaining original building of Georgia's oldest chartered school system.

Old Government House
Old Government House
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical building.


Sacred Heart Cultural Center
Sacred Heart Cultural Center
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical church

Springfield Baptist Church & Village Park
Springfield Baptist Church & Village Park
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical African American church.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Historic Site in Augusta, GA USA

Historical church St.

Stately Oaks Plantation; Margaret Mitchell Memorial Park
Stately Oaks Plantation; Margaret Mitchell Memorial Park things to do on a rainy day in Stockbridge, GA
Historic Site in Jonesboro, GA USA

Antebellum home and other historical buildings Stately Oaks Plantation consists of a Greek revival home built in 1839 and other historical buildings. It is the official home of Margaret Mitchell (author of Gone With The Wind) Memorial Park.

The Georgia Historical Society
The Georgia Historical Society
Historic Site in Savannah, GA USA

The Georgia Historical Society is the oldest cultural institution in the state and one of the oldest historical organizations in the nation.

Wormsloe State Historic Site
Wormsloe State Historic Site
Historic Site in Savannah, GA USA

Located on Isle of Hope, Wormsloe was settled by Noble Jones, one of Georgia's first colonists.


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