Located on the ground floor of Georgia's antebellum Gothic-style capital building (c. 1807), this regional museum interprets, preserves, and communicates the culture and heritage of Milledgeville, Baldwin County, and the broader middle Georgia areas. Experience history in the building where legislators voted to secede from the Union. Learn about the Native Americans who first inhabited the area, the settlers who carved a frontier capital from the wilderness, and the years Milledgeville was Georgia's antebellum and wartime capital city. The museum features 9 permanent galleries and a Rotating Gallery with exhibits of 20th Century historical interest. The museum also owns and operates the 1825 Brown-Stetson-Sanford House, open Thurs.-Sat. on the Trolley Tour and for special events.
Digital Bridges is a venture of Georgia College
with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The
project is a citizen-led initiative involving the innovative uses of
technology to improve the quality of life of the community.