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2 Museums to Explore in Hall County

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Hall County

Hall County, Georgia is located in the northern portion of the state, along the Blue Ridge Mountains. It's known for its many lakes, rivers, and streams, making it a great destination for outdoor activities like fishing and kayaking. The county also has a thriving arts scene with multiple galleries located near Lake Lanier. One of its biggest drawcards is it's close proximity to Athens and Atlanta meaning you can experience both city life and rural bliss. Hall County is a gem on the Eastern seab

Museums to Explore in Hall County

Beulah Rucker Museum

The Beulah Rucker Museum is steeped in local African American history. Founded by Ms. Beulah Rucker and supported by the community, it displays myriad artifacts which highlight African American contributions to the cultural heritage of Hall County. From photographs to documents that trace the history of slavery, school segregation and civil rights movements in Hall County, the museum gives an intimate window into a unique culturally diverse past.

Gainesville Midland Locomotive

The Gainesville Midland Locomotive is an impressive historical steam locomotive built prior to World War II that began service in 1940. It ran on the economic lifeline of the Georgia Northern Railroad and served as a passenger coach as well as carrying freight. Today, the locomotive rests on display in downtown Gainesville and serves both as a reminder of the city's growing industrialism during its late 19th century development and continues to enchant visitors with its timeless magnificence.

Map of Museums to explore in Hall County