About the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum
Founded in by a dedicated group of Euharlee residents in 1997, the Euharlee History Museum is located in the heart of the historic town of Euharlee. The mission of the museum is to preserve and present the history and heritage of Euharlee and the surrounding areas, to place that history in a global context, and to bridge the past and the present for citizens and visitors of all ages.
Originally located in the historic "Cowshed," in 2007, the museum was moved to its second home, the "Miller's House," an 1850s dwelling used to house the local mill operator.
In July 2015, the museum moved to the former Euharlee Presbyterian Church Education Annex on Covered Bridge Road. The museum was renamed to the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum.
The welcome center & museum presents the history of Euharlee and the surrounding areas through interpretive exhibits ranging from Native American history to present day; educational events and programs; and outreach to local schools and organizations. If you are interested in volunteering at the welcome center & museum, please contact Katie Gobbi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-607-2017. You can find more information on the Euharlee Historical Society here.
The museum is operated in partnership by the City of Euharlee and Euharlee Historical Society.