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Sandy Springs has a story to tell! Beginning in September 2009, Heritage Sandy Springs will tell the story of Sandy Springs in a whole new way. The beloved Williams-Payne House will be the location of a new and exciting museum experience.
An anchor exhibit will give visitors an overview of community history. As the largest and most comprehensive exhibit gallery, "Sandy Springs: Land and People" will tell the changing story of our community as the home of Native Americans, rural farmers, and modern suburbanites. Interpretive panels will depict key transitions in Sandy Springs history, including the Land Rush, Civil War and Reconstruction, the impact of World War II, the area's growth in the late twentieth century and the struggle to become a city.
Two changing galleries will allow HSS the space to share in-depth exhibits about historical, seasonal and current events. Changing space will also allow many never-before-seen artifacts from our collection to go on display for the first time and provide space for traveling exhibits from other museums and cultural organizations.