Exhibits and artifacts about the Cherokee, industrial age, and antebellum years detail life in Bartow County through the present
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- $8 for admission for two ($11 value)
- $14 for admission for four ($22 value)
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About Bartow History Museum
Bartow History Museum's motto is "Opening a door to the past," because that's how the museum approaches northwest Georgia's heritage. Focusing on the day-to-day life of residents dating back to the early 19th century, the museum's trademark exhibits recreate the homes and workspaces of Bartow County through the centuries.
- Size: big enough for 200 years worth of living rooms spanning the Cherokee people, antebellum life, and up to the 1950s
- Eye Catcher: interactive exhibits including hands-on artifacts from Cherokee and early pioneer families, as well as the Civil War
- Permanent Mainstay: the exhibits that cover iron furnaces, textile factories, agriculture, and arts and crafts
- Don't Miss: the 1940s telephone booth where students of history can hear the stories of the people who made Bartow County