Georgia Historic Sites
This home and the adjacent building once served as a farmhouse and doctors office for a rural farming community in South Georgia.
This roadside Georgia BBQ hut was legendary amongst locals but is closed today.
It might look forlorn today but at one point, this brick building offered important services to the rural community that once surrounded it.
Built in the 1870s by the Tippins Family, this home has never been painted and remains in nearly original condition.
This church stands as one of the few reminders of a crossroads community in South Georgia that has long-since disappeared.
This empty house was once the crown jewel of its Georgia town, with architecture inspired by Oscar Wilde. Today, there is hope she will be brought back to glory.
Built in 1821, this place has served as a courthouse, a jail, a school, a stagecoach stop, and a general store.
[Newton County, GA]
The abandoned Nolan Plantation in Georgia represents agricultural history that reaches back to slavery and through the sharecropping era.
This church has been hit by a tornado.
[Ben Hill County Georgia]
Built in 1866 by a group of freed slaves.
[Glynn County, GA]
This church stands for its 203rd year.
[Hancock County, GA]