The Glennville-Tattnall Museum
The Glennville-Tattnall Museum is located on Tillman Street in Glennville and was opened in 1994. The museum is located in the former Glennville Elementary two-story school building now located in the former Glennville Elementary two-story school building now on the campus of Southeastern Technical College.
The first exhibit in the museum was a 7' x 24' oil painting by two local artists depicting Glennville homes, businesses and activities of 1915. Exhibits were added in 2004 to showcase the interior of a rural home and several of the industries which sustained early 20th century Georgia. Included in the Glennville-Tattnall Museum is an old time schoolroom complete with students' desks, teacher's desk and blackboard. Students, from various schools come from time to time and sit in the desks and learn of our heritage in Tattnall County. The history of Tattnall County from Cobbtown to Glennville is on display on five time-line panels with photographs of our county's past.
Many of our Tattnall County citizens who have not taken the opportunity to visit the museum have missed seeing the wonderful heritage of Tattnall County.
You can visit the museum from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. For additional information, call Dane Bazemore at 912-654-3756 or Juliet Tarver at 912-654-2823. We encourage you to visit the museum.