Georgia State Historic Sites

Georgia has a number of state historic sites that are operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The state historic sites include Revolutionary forts and Civil War battlegrounds, homes of former Presidents, ancient Indian mounds and Native American heritage sites, plantations, unique homes and the site of the first gold rush. There are scheduled events and entertaining re-enactments at many of these sites. The state does charge a one-time admission fee for each of the sites, or you can acquire an annual pass that is good for all of the sites. Information about each state historic site can be accessed below:

Military History
A. H. Stephens
Jefferson Davis
Pickett’s Mill Battlefield
Fort King George
Fort McAllister
Fort Morris

Native Americans
Etowah Indian Mounds
Kolomoki Mounds
New Echota
Chief Vann House

Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation
Jarrell Plantation

Unique Homes
Lapham-Patterson House
Roosevelt’s Little White House
Travelers Rest
Robert Toombs House

Gold Rush
Dahlonega Gold Museum

However, you can go to the GDNR website for a list of all state historic sites. This is a very informative website, and from the list you can access descriptions, maps, admission fees, scheduled events, directions and operating hours for each individual site. A map of these state historic sites is provided for your reference.

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