Midway Museum

Address: 491 North Coastal Highway, Midway, GA 31320
Phone: (912) 884-5837
Website: http://themidwaymuseum.org/.

The Midway Museum was built in the raised cottage-style structure, typical of 18th century plantation homes. It houses numerous exhibits, documents and furnishings that were used in coastal Georgia homes between colonial days and onset of the Civil War. The Museum also features a historic Church and Cemetery. The garden and Colonial-style kitchen at the Midway Museum….

Old Liberty County Jail

Address: 302 South Main Street, Hinesville GA 31313
Phone: 912-877-4332
Price Range: Free Admission
Website: https://goo.gl/j09npr.

In October 1892 the brick jail was completed on what was at that time the south end of Hinesville and replaced a one story wood jail. The site and date of construction of the first jail are unknown. The architect is unknown but the contractor was a man by the name of Mr. Parkhill. The…

Seabrook Village

Address: 660 Trade Hill Road, Midway, GA 31320
Phone: (912) 884-7008
Website: http://seabrookvillagefoundation.org/.

An award-winning living history museum, Seabrook Village features eight turn-of-the-century buildings on a developing 104-acre site. Visit the one-room Seabrook School where reading, writing and arithmetic were taught to the tune of a hickory stick, or try your hand at grinding corn into meal and grits or washing clothes on a scrub board. Planned group visits are fully…

Southern Legacy Stables

Address: 504 Dunlevie Road, Allenhurst, GA 31301
Phone: (912) 242-2847
Website: http://www.southernlegacystables.com/.

  Southern Legacy Stables is the longest operating riding facility in Liberty County. Saddle seat riding lessons are available for students 6 years and up. Horse leasing and boarding is available. Southern Legacy Stables has a reputation for excellence.  With beautifully turned out horses, to the riders’ exquisite form in the show ring, they enjoy…

Sunbury Cemetery

Address: Old Sunbury Road, Midway, GA 31320
Price Range: Free Admission
Website: https://goo.gl/bVnF27.

  Sunbury Cemetery is the final resting place of several of coastal Georgia’s first residents. Formerly a rival port of Savannah, the homes, wharves, and shops are all gone, replaced now by upscale homes reflecting the continued desirability of the site. The only reminder of those earlier days is Sunbury Cemetery, the permanent home of earlier citizens. Photo…