This week was our last session of Leadership Liberty for the class of 2013-2014. We ended with the tourism session, hosted by the Liberty County CVB. We started our tour at the Hinesville Area Arts Council Gallery, moved on to Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center,...

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....

Enjoy prize winning Christmas trees that you can cut yourself, a petting zoo, hayrides, and a gift shop with homemade jams and jellies, wreaths made from fresh cuttings, and unique gift items. During the summer months, pick blueberries, muscadine and scuppernong grapes, cooking pears and...

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...

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 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...

Bryant Commons is a beautiful 150-acre site and an ideal setting for smaller private and corporate events, wedding receptions, festivals and much more. The property is located in the heart of Downtown Hinesville and is the homestead of the former Senator Glenn E. Bryant and his...

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...

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...

Fort Morris State Historic Site was built to defend the former town of Sunbury, which was once a bustling seaport second in Georgia only to Savannah. Fort Morris was used as a coastal fortification during the Revolutionary War. The earthen works were reconstructed during the War...

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