The Bartow History Museum at 4 East Church Street in Cartersville, Georgia, preserves irreplaceable documents and rare artifacts that help us learn about our past, so that we can better understand our future.
History offers more than faded memories and old trinkets. Items from more than 200 years of our forefather’s lives are studied and displayed — from when the Cherokee Indians resided in Bartow County through our modern era.
When you visit Bartow History Museum to see historical artifacts, photographs and a variety of interactive permanent exhibits, you’ll better understand the story of how our area was settled. You will discover new insights into Cherokee life, Civil War strife and lifestyles of those who lived here long ago every time you return.
The museum also provides a variety of educational opportunities for adults, children, families and school groups. Also available is an extensive archives and research library containing photographs, documents, newspapers, rare books, genealogy records, oral history interviews, and more.
The Bartow History Museum has an online presence as well. That’s the best way, day or night, to see the calendar of upcoming events and to find out what exhibits are open to the public.
Bartow County’s history comes alive at the Bartow History Museum! Our interactive exhibits tell the story of how events shaped Bartow today. We’re housed in the refurbished 1869 Courthouse building in the heart of downtown Cartersville, conveniently located near restaurants and shops.
Address: 4 East Church Street, Cartersville, GA 30120
Website: Bartow History Museum
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday from 10 AM until 5 PM