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....

[caption id="attachment_50335" align="alignleft" width="225"] Photo courtesy of the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority[/caption] 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...

Once located in Washington, D.C., ITPA's National Office and Museum relocated in 2001 to the small, beautiful city of Hinesville in Liberty County, Georgia. Nestled beneath the majestic oaks draped elegantly with Spanish moss, the National Office occupies the former family home of Glenn E....

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...

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...

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