SMS Spotlight: DNR State Parks and Historic Sites

Join the Georgia Historical Society as over 90 cultural and historical sites open their doors free of charge on Sunday, February 11, 2018, for the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday (SMS)! Each week leading up to SMS, we will highlight participating sites in anticipation of this annual tradition. For a full list of sites, please visit the SMS event page.

The Georgia Historical Society is pleased to announce the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) State Parks and Historic Sites Division’s participation in the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday! Sixteen historic sites operated by DNR will open their doors free of charge to the public on Sunday, February 11. Sites range geographically from Kolomoki Mounds State Park in southwest Georgia, to the Little White House in middle Georgia, to Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site in the mountains of north Georgia. Please view the list of participating DNR historic sites below. Please note that hours vary for each site.

Participating Sites:

Check back in January for a full list of participating Super Museum Sunday sites!

We’d love to see your pictures! If posting Super Museum Sunday related pictures on social media, please use the hashtag #GHF2018. Feel free to tag GHS on the following platforms:

Images Courtesy of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.