Through interactive exhibits and enlightening programs, Bartow History Museum illustrates the past and present of Georgia’s Bartow County. Visitors can explore Cherokee and pioneer cabins, sit in a one-room school house, listen to historic voices, and much more.
Bartow History Museum focuses on the settlement and development of Bartow County, Georgia, beginning in the early 19th century when the Cherokee still inhabited the area. Early European settler life, the iron industry, early textile industry, agriculture, notable figures, and more are depicted throughout the museum exhibits.
|“Bartow’s Antebellum Life” Exhibit||Partial View of Permanent Exhibition Gallery|
“Pieces of the Past: Bartow’s Leake Site”
Exhibit opens: October 3, 2013
Exhibit closes: February 28, 2014
|Presented by Century Bank of Georgia|
- Touch the belongings of Cherokee and early Pioneer families.
- Experience the hardships of a Civil War soldier.
- Listen to the stories of Bartow County history makers in an authentic 1940s telephone booth.
- Shop at the General Store.
- Work a shift in a textile mill.
- Read a book at the old fashioned school desks.