Flemington Driving Tour

Address: 156 Old Sunbury Road, Flemington, GA
Phone: (912) 877-3223
Website: http://cityofflemington.org/.

If you would like to enjoy a Sunday drive, be sure to check out the Flemington Driving Tour. The tour winds through the community showcasing the historic community, homes and what is left of the prior community, Gravel Hill. Visit Flemington City Hall for more information on the history of the City of Flemington. Above:…

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…

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…

Hinesville Area Arts Council Gallery

Address: 102 Commerce Street, Hinesville, GA 31313
Phone: (912) 463-3705
Website: http://www.hinesvillearts.com/.

The Hinesville Area Arts Council is devoted to encouraging and educating people about the arts in Liberty County. Numerous classes are offered each month for students aged two to 102 on topics ranging from oil painting to yoga. Visitors can enjoy a monthly artists reception to welcome in the new exhibit at the gallery, which…

Geechee Kunda Cultural Center

Address: 622 Ways Temple Road, Riceboro, GA 31323
Phone: (912) 884-4440
Website: http://www.geecheekunda.com/.

Geechee Kunda is a living history museum that represents the vanishing Geechee culture. Preserving customs brought to America from the Africa’s, the goal is to educate visitors while also entertaining them. Geeche Kunda hosts numerous community events throughout the year celebrating the African and Geechee cultures. Photo by Tammy Lee Bradley of Visit the South In…