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Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

100 Stable Rd, Jekyll Island, GA 31527, USA

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About Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

The MOSAIC is a history museum in the historic district of Jekyll Island of Georgia, in the United States. The museum features more exhibit space, more artifacts, a new outdoor classroom, and a new multi-purpose room. Constructed completely within the current footprint of the historic stables building, the new design highlights the building’s construction with high, lofted ceilings and open space.


Attractions Near Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Georgia Sea Turtle Center
Georgia Sea Turtle Center0.23km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a nature center and rescue and rehabilitation facility for sea turtles on Jekyll Island, Georgia, United States. The Center features interactive exhibits and patient viewing areas. In addition to caring for sick and injured turtles, the Center has an educational mission and presents daily programs, field trips, guided tours and beach walks.

Dubignon Cottage
Dubignon Cottage0.27km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Dubignon Cottage, is a historic home that dates back to the early 19th century. Boasting the state's first ever central hallway layout and one of its oldest surviving Greek Revival exterior designs, it stands as a testament to the area's proud architectural heritage. Significant changes were made to the building in 1844 and 1858, including new windows and shutters, porches and porticos.

Indian Mound Cottage
Indian Mound Cottage0.39km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

The Rockefeller Cottage, also known as Indian Mound Cottage, is a house on Jekyll Island, Georgia. It is next to the Jekyll Island Club. It stands three stories high, and has a total of 25 rooms. There are nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and seven servant rooms. The house has many distinguishing features such as an elevator, a cedar-lined walk-in safe, and taps for hot and cold salt water on the bathtub in the master bedroom bath. Tours of the mansion are provided by the Jekyll Island Museum.

Faith Chapel
Faith Chapel0.44km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Faith Chapel is a historic chapel on Old Plantation Road in Jekyll Island, Georgia and was built in 1904. It was used as a non-denominational chapel until 1942. The interior and exterior walls are shingled, with gargoyles that are replicas of the ones at Notre Dame Cathedral. The chapel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 and it is open to the public.

Moss Cottage
Moss Cottage0.45km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Moss Cottage is an architectural gem that pairs modern charm and character. Built in 1841 by William and Anna Woodruff, the Moss Cottage features a classic three building Greek Revival style home with elements of Gothic Revival. With its single-story design, wide porches, side hall plan and the intricate details of interior lathework, original windows and doors along with multiple additions over the years; it makes Moss Cottage one of the most attractive historic properties around.

Villa Marianna
Villa Marianna0.57km from Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Villa Marianna is a beautiful estate and plantation, that has a rich history which dates back to 1807 when it was acquired by John Fenwick Couper. This is the oldest documented home on St. Simons Island, and is known for its historic significance. At Villa Marianna you can see many of the original features that were installed by its original owners, including interior woodwork and the tall brick chimneys. If you're looking to take a step back into history, Villa Marianna won't disappoint.

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One of the beautiful countys in Georgia and it includes the most prominent of the Sea Islands of Georgia, including Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, and Sea Island and so more are there.

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