725 N. Dawson St., Thomasville Georgia 31792
Located on Dawson Street, this museum consists of a three-story main building and four outbuildings. The area's history from 1820 to the mid-1900s is depicted through a variety of objects and exhibts. One of the buildings houses a late 19th century bowling alley. Also on the grounds are a rural log house and a middle-class frame city house, both furnished in period.
Open Monday through Saturday 10am-noon, and 2pm-5pm, Sunday 2pm-5pm; closed holidays.
Other History nearby:
(Valdosta) Barber House
(Moultrie) Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library
(Tallahassee) FAMU Black Archives Center & Museum
06/19 Coming to The Thomasville area
Azalea Festival Valdosta GA March9-10 Free admission to a festival drawing 20,000 people from all over the Southeast and beyond.
Springtime Tallahassee Tallahassee FL April6 The festival includes a lot of fun for families and friends, such as: the Grand Parade, Jubilee in the Park, Children's Park, and the entertainment stages throughout the Jubilee with local and national entertainment acts.
Santa Fe Comm College Spring Arts Festival Gainesville FL April6-7 The festival is one of the three largest annual events in Gainesville and is known for its high quality, unique artwork. It is held in the downtown historic district, nestled amid restored turn-of-the century homes, stately palms and abundant azaleas. More than 130,000 visitors are anticipated each year.
The Levy County Fair Williston FL April11-14 The Levy County Fair is a non-profit endeavor permitted by the State of Florida Department of Agriculture as a sanctioned County Fair.
Ozark Crawdad and Music Festival Ozark AL April20 This family & pet friendly festival is FREE to the public and
features Great Live Music, Wonderful Foods,
Arts & Craft Vendors, Children's Activity Area,
Sonic's Popular Hotdog Eating Contest,
the Crawdad 5k Run, Walk, or Crawl and much more!
Apalachicola Antique and Classic Boat Show Apalachicola FL April20 The Apalachicola Antique and Classic Boat Show will be held in the historic city of Apalachicola in the Panhandle of Florida. They generally get between 3,000-4,000 people.