Union County Historical Society

One Town Square
706-745-5493

Mission

The Union County Historical Society was established February 11, 1976 as a non-profit organization open to all persons interested in the history and heritage of Union County, Georgia. The goals for the organization were and are:

Restore the old Union County Courthouse; Establish a museum of county history at both the Historic Courthouse and the Mountain Life Center; Publish a history of the county; Promote interest in local history in the schools; Hold meetings of interest.



Reviews

Jeanne Craft

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Stopped in for Friday night free music at the Courthouse on the Square. Usually bluegrass with a little country thrown in. Free evening but they will have a donation jar and you'll want to give. Starts promptly, don't be late. They draw a good crowd, especially as the summer tourist season builds. Show up late and you may be front and center in the jury box.

Rebekah Baldwin

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Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
My toddler met Santa and Mrs.Claus here, which were the most classic, realistic ones I have ever seen! Pictures with them were free and taken professionally, and the Christmas parade held afterwards was very safe, special, and memorable. I will go again next year!!

Ted Ensminger

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Wonderful museum in the old courthouse. Dedicated historians.

Steve Gaye

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Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
This place is really cool . The people are nice and will show you around if you want them to and give you all the history.

marvin howard

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Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017
Super friendly people, convenient hours, so much loving care preserving artifacts, incredible genealogy room! Music concerts on friday nights, neat museums. Free!