Adults - $3.00
Seniors (over age 60) - $2.50
Students - $2.00
Museum admission is free
on the last Sunday
of each month.
Group rates are available you may find wmv player here
Tues - Wed
10am - 5pm
Thurs 10am - 8pm
Fri - Sat 10am - 5pm
Sun 1pm - 5pm
The Archives and Research
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Tues - Fri 10am - 5pm
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We offer many resources for the history buff
and casual visitor alike. Researching your
family's history? Check our Archives or give
us a call. Looking for something to do on a
rainy day? Come downtown and stop by – our
Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday. We
offer special Exhibits throughout the year
that might be of interest to you. Just moved
to town and would like to find out more
about the many parts of our local history?
Do you know anything about the Etowah Mounds
or DeSoto, the Cherokee or General Sherman?
Why are Sam P. Jones, Rebecca Felton, and
Joe Frank Harris still talked about in a
neighborly fashion? If none of these names
rings a bell – you should visit us to find
out why they are an integral part of Bartow
"Evolution of a Potter: A Bill Gordy Retrospective"
through September 24, 2006
Summer Camp 2006
Lunch And Learn
talk about the restoration and preservation
of the Martha Berry estate
July 19 - Stacey Spillers, assistant
director of the Martha Berry Museum will
August 16 - Jerri Holloway,
historian with the Adairsville Rail Depot
Steam Museum, will present the history of
Adairsville, with images
September 20 - Liz Hood,
director of the Cartersville Development
will discuss the downtown historic
underway in Cartersville.
July 27 - Artist Jodeen Brown will
detail the process from research to canvas
takes in creating her paintings of historic
August 31 - Dale Black of the
Cassville Heritage Association will talk
burning of Cassville during the Civil War.
September 28 - Phillip and Janine
Whiteman of PNJW Collections will showcase
and discuss their collection of 19th century
artifacts with slides
and actual pieces, focusing on fashion from
1820 to 1875 and a
special emphasis on the Civil War era.