14866 US HWY 19 South, Thomasville, GA, US, 31757

  • Phone: (229) 228-5555
  • Fax: (229) 228-0663
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  • Attractions

    » Lapham-Patterson House Historic Site

    Built for a shoe merchant, the Lapham-Patterson House is a very bold experiment in architecture. The house has basic elements of Victorian construction, another must see are the windows and the ceilings of the place, with various shapes and different heights. This house is also of importance for it is one of the first places to get gas lighting along with hot and clod flowing water from the taps. The house was declared as a historic monument in the year 1975 and you can avail the guided tours which give you all the details of the architecture and history.

    626 North Dawson Street
    Thomasville, GA 31792

    »Thomasville Genealogical History & Arts Library

    "A major repository of materials for family research" in the Southeast and the Mid-Atlantic states, the Thomasville Genealogical History & Fine Arts Library contains a large collection of resources including family histories, marriage and death records, state and county histories, and census records.

    135 North Broad Street
    Thomasville, Georgia 31792

    »Hardy Bryan House

    The oldest two story house in Thomasville, this historic home used to be a small farmette and is now the headquarters for Thomasville Landmarks. Self guided tours are available.

    312 North Broad Street
    Thomasville, Georgia 31792

    »Pebble Hill Plantation

    Prepare to be amazed and captivated while touring this Georgian and Greek Revival plantation that is the South's premier plantation and the only one of its kind open to the public. The plantation covers over 3,000 acres and the stately main house has more than 40 rooms. Magnificent gardens, stables, and kennels are also on site.

    P.O. Box 830
    Thomasville, Georgia 31799

    »All Saints Episcopal Church

    The oldest standing church in Thomasville, this church was originally built as a Roman Catholic church and Jacqueline Kennedy attended Mass here following President John F. Kennedy's assassination. A memorial garden and columbarium, one of the most handsome of its kind, are also on site.

    443 Hansell Street
    Thomasville, Georgia 31792

    »Pebble Hill Plantation

    This plantation stands proudly as a memory of its owner Elisabeth Ireland Poe. The plantation house celebrates the persona of this multifaceted woman, who was a patron of arts and sports. The renovated plantation home still retains its majestic grandeur. A visit to Pebble Hill Plantation will be memorable.

    1251 US Highway 319 South
    Thomasville, GA 31792

    »Roddenbery Memorial Library

    One of the best children

    320 North Broad Street
    Cairo, Georgia 39828

    »Birdsong Nature Center

    Nestled among beautiful pines and hardwood trees, this nonprofit nature center features 565 acres of fields, forests, and swamp that provide a haven for birds and other wildlife. Twelve miles of nature trails are also on site and a wide variety of natural science programs are available.

    2106 Meridian Road
    Thomasville, Georgia 31792
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