The Northeast Georgia History Center in Gainesville, GA is a museum dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Northeast Georgia. Our exhibits are all about NEGA’s past- from its rolling hills, river valleys and unknown Native American villages to its agricultural roots, industrialization and railroads.
The Northeast Georgia History Center has exhibits and ancient structures that span 10,000 years of the area’s history. You’ll visit an 18th century cabin once home to Cherokee tribal leader White Path, learn little-known stories of the region’s past, and get up close to hundreds of artifacts during your trip.
The Northeast Georgia History Center is a great place to visit if you want to learn more about the history of the region. The museum has exhibits that cover everything from the area’s Native American history to its agricultural roots and industrialization. Plus, the staff at the History Center are always happy to answer questions and provide more information about Northeast Georgia’s past.
Wednesday-Saturday 10am–5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm
Members are always free.
$6 for Adults
$5 Active & Retired military
$5 for Seniors (65 and over)
$4 for students including college students with an ID
Free for Children 5 and under.
Adult Group Programs
The Northeast Georgia History Center offers a variety of adult group programs that are perfect for history buffs, educators, and anyone else interested in learning more about the history of Northeast Georgia. Our programs are tailored to fit your needs and can be tailored to focus on any topic or time period in NEGA’s history. Contact us today to learn more about our adult group programs and to schedule a visit!
We offer programs for all ages, so whether you’re a history enthusiast or just looking to learn more about your community, we have a program for you! Whether you’re a history buff or just looking to learn more about the area, be sure to stop by the Northeast Georgia History Center!
Want to visit and check out some parks while within Gainesville? Head out to Rock Creek Veterans Park and experience the Rock Creek Greenway Solar System Trail.