The Historic District of Eatonton features over 100 antebellum and Victorian era structures, as well as many examples of Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Folk Victorian and Gothic Revival homes.
- Visitors will step back in time as they enter the Old School History Museum, housed in four classrooms of the original 1916 Eatonton School, the museum is able to feature four different, yet historically relevant exhibits.
- The circa 1854 Greek revival home, Panola Hall, is home to Sylvia the Ghost who also still dwells here, only showing herself to those she believes to be her social equal.
- Built in 1844 by Edmund Reid, Eatonton’s first white-columned mansion is now a historic and quirky Bed & Breakfast, Dot2Dot Inn.
305 N. Madison Avenue, Eatonton, GA 31024
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.