Duluth History Museum & Historical Society 2956 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA30096 The Duluth History Museum is the place to discover the history of the city of Duluth. Located in the beautiful…More Victorian-era Strickland Building, the museum, also the home of the Duluth Historical Society, houses archives and exhibits that tell the rich story of the town. You can learn about Duluth's heritage from its founding to the most recent history. Admission to the museum is only $3 for adults and $1 for students, and special tours can be arranged upon request. The museum hosts special events throughout the year as well. Visit the Duluth History Museum to learn about the city's amazing history.
Duluth History Museum at The Strickland House 2956 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA30096 The Strickland House now houses the Duluth History Museum. The Duluth Historical Society, which incorporated in 1999,…More moved the museum into the historic home in March 2009. Completed in 1898, the house was the home of Henry and Alice Strickland, who as Duluth's mayor in the early 1920s was the first female mayor in Georgia. Special tours are available by request. The house and grounds can be rented for special events. A DHS membership application form is available online.
Southeastern Railway Museum 3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA30096 Located off of Buford Highway in Duluth, the Southeastern Railway Museum is "Georgia's Official Transportation History…More Museum," offering exhibits, train rides and other educational programming. The museum also houses a gift shop and is available to host birthday parties at no additional cost. Group tours and field trips must be arranged in advance. For more information, visit the Southeastern Railway Museum website.
Southeastern Railway Museum 3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA30096 Southeastern Railway Museum is located off of Buford Highway. It is a great place for all ages to see a little bit of…More history that really expanded the United States in the 1830s. Southeastern Railway Museum has specials for pre-schoolers and home schoolers, and everyone is welcome to see and experience an important piece of history.