Veterans Memorial Walk

Address: 438 West Oglethorpe Hwy, Hinesville, Georgia 31313

The Veterans Memorial Walk is situated in the heart of Hinesville at Bryant Commons. The Liberty County community has a rich military history, dating back to the Revolutionary War. This paved walkway is a peaceful place to reflect and remember the soldiers who’ve fought for our country.   The Coastal Empire is rich in military…

3d Infantry Division Museum

Address: 158 Calvary Way Bldg. 506, Fort Stewart GA
Phone: 912-767-7885
Price Range: Free Admission

The 3d Infantry Division Museum features more than 14,000 square feet of space. Exhibits include an interactive gallery featuring the origins of Camp Stewart with its progression to Fort Stewart, a gallery presenting the history of the 3d Infantry Division, and portraits highlighting unit histories. Future expansion includes an Airfields and Aviation gallery, expansion of…

Warriors Walk

This walkway is dedicated to the Soldiers and attached units of 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart/ Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia who served in Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Over the years on this field, Fort Stewart has honored dignitaries and held special events. For decades, many brave Soldiers have marched here prior to going…

Dorchester Village Civic Center

Address: 1804 Islands Hwy., Midway GA 31320
Phone: 912-884-3342

The Dorchester Village Civic Center is located in the Old Dorchester Consolidated School, a picturesque old brick schoolhouse located in the coastal part of Liberty County approximately 16 miles from Hinesville. Containing 7,400 square feet which includes a large auditorium, five classrooms, and a full kitchen it is available for rental for occasions such as banquets,…

Old Liberty County Jail

Address: 302 South Main Street, Hinesville GA 31313
Phone: 912-877-4332
Price Range: Free Admission

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…