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Museums

  • The only retail art gallery in downtown Thomasville, this gallery features wildlife art and nature photography by the owner, Jerry Turner, as well as works by painters and potters from the local are...
  • This is the personal collection of the James Dekle family of Thomasville who have preserved aircrafts and engines for the education and enjoyment of all those interested in the history and memorabil...
  • This is Thomasville’s First Black History Museum established to educate about history and culture of African Americans locally and nationally. James “Jack” Hadley, a native of Thomasville has preser...
  • If you are keen to know what it was like to be living in the 18th century, visit Thomas County Museum of History that has a lot of heritage and rich history to share. Located in a heritage house you...
  • This museum preserves for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present. The Museum treasures...
  • Telfair Museums are the oldest public art museum in South US. Bequeathed by philanthropist Mary Telfair and founded in 1883, Georgia Historical Society opened them as museums. Comprising of three un...
  • The Museum located in historic downtown in Savannah, on M.L. King Boulevard, is just a few blocks north of the Visitor Center. It offers many educational opportunities for visitors of all ages. Stud...
  • In 1955, Davenport House became the office for Historic Savannah Foundation. Recognizing the potential of the historic house, the first floor was restored and opened to the public as a museum in 196...
  • The museum is located in South Columbus just outside Fort Benning the home of the Infantry. The museum honors the history of Infantry forces in the United States Army. The museum is 190,000 square f...
  • This Science Museum opened in 1996 for the purpose of public education in science, physics, and astronomy. It includes seven flight simulators and a planetarium. The Coca-Cola Space Science Center h...
  • The museum opened in 1962 at 202 4th Street in Columbus as the James W. Woodruff, Jr. Confederate Naval Museum, named after the man whose financial support made the museum a reality. is a 40,000-squ...
  • Founded in 1953, Columbus Museum is one of the largest museums of Southeast US and is unique for its dual concentration of American art and regional history. Beautifully displayed in both permanent ...
  • There are over 3,500 dolls, toys and related accessories representing over 90 countries and over 150 years of history on display at the Mary Miller Doll Museum. The collection features pre-Civil War...
  • Located at St. Simons Island this Maritime Museum is just 20 minutes from Brunswick. The maritime museum located at the East Beach access on St. Simons Island is run by the Coastal Georgia Historica...
  • Established in 2006 as a cultural arts center, Art Downtown features a fine art gallery, studio and production company. Representing national and international acclaimed contemporary Georgia artists...
  • Located in the historic Lissner House, this museum contains archaeological and photographic exhibits, as well as historical displays, that depict the history of this port community. The Brunswick Hi...
  • Operating a visitor`s center and museum, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta displays exhibits on the role of the institution. The Monetary Museum features a display on the history of money along wi...
  • This Museum operating at 1315 Peachtree helps bring exciting design exhibits to Atlanta that support educational programming for children and adults. An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the...
  • Atlanta’s premier fine arts museum is home to American, European and African art including photography and folk art. High Museum of Art is a leading art museum in Southeastern US. Having renowned co...
  • This museum is a journey to another time and place having you explore unusual natural wonders. "Giants of the Mesozoic" has the largest dinosaurs in the world. "A Walk Through Time in Georgia" has y...
  • Constructed in 1844 this Greek Revival style house belonged to wealthy cotton merchant Robert Taylor, who had it built as a summer home in Athens. Subsequently owned by his son, acclaimed newspaper-...
  • Moved to its current location in 1967 after a group of concerned citizens united to save the House from demolition, the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation successfully resurrected Waddel House. It is...
  • Involving research and education for its vast collections, the purpose of the museum is to share the diverse and extensive materials. Museum of Natural History remains a repository for a growing col...
  • Located on the campus of the University of Georgia, in Athens, Georgia Museum of Art is both an academic museum and an official art museum of the state of Georgia. The permanent collection consists ...