Okefenokee Heritage Center
Established in 1975, the Okefenokee Heritage Center is an art center and history museum located amongst twenty acres of beautiful pine woodlands.
Backstory and Context
Exhibits include a 1912 Baldwin steam locamotive with a baggage car, mail car, passenger car and caboose. There are also exhibits on Native Americans of southeast Georgia, early settlers of the region, the region's African-American heritage, Sacred Harp singing and the history of newspapers in the region. The OHC also features exhibits of fine art by regional artists, which are changed monthly.