Presidential homes, ancient Indian mounds, Revolutionary War forts, Civil War battlefields and picturesque plantations are just some of the historic sites that mix entertainment with education. Descriptions begin on page 42. A.H. Stephens, Fort McAllister and Kolomoki Mounds are unique because they combine state park amenities, such as camping, with history exhibits. These three sites are described in the state parks section beginning on page 26. Exciting living history demonstrations, re-enactments and other programs are held throughout the year. A calendar is found on GeorgiaStateParks.org/Events. All historic sites charge admission, with reduced rates for children. Discounts are available for large groups with advance reservations. An annual pass to all state historic sites may be purchased at the sites. School groups welcome with advance reservations. Military History A.H. Stephens Fort King George Fort McAllister Fort Morris Jefferson Davis Pickett’s Mill Battlefield American Indians Chief Vann House Etowah Indian Mounds Kolomoki Mounds New Echota Plantations Colonial Wormsloe Hofwyl-Broadfield Jarrell Unique Homes Lapham-Patterson House Robert Toombs House Roosevelt’s Little White House Traveler’s Rest Gold Rush Dahlonega Gold Museum
Published by Positive Energy. View All Articles.
This page can be found at http://www.gastateparksdigital.com/article/Historic+Sites%C2%AD/2684058/375220/article.html.