Liberty Trail in Georgia

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This is a unique tour that offers a diverse experience which integrates ecology, culture and great history. This is the best that Liberty County may offer to his guests. Visiting this great cultural, ecological and historical points presents remarkable experience.

Midway Congregational Church and Cemetery

This church survived occupation during Sherman’s march to the Sea. It is built on the same spot as the church before that is burned by British and was a famous sanctuary for freed slaves. At this cemetery may be found famous names buried, that significantly contributed during Revolutionary War.

Midway Museum and Gallery raised in a cottage style structure presents a typical 18th-century plantation home. You may find there outnumbering document, furnishings, and exhibits used in colonial days and through the Civil War.

Melon Bluff Nature Preserve offers great adventure through river tours, birding hikes and picnics through its lands of saltmarsh, creek swamps, and woodland which were once the part of an old rice plantation.

Seabrook Village situated on 104-acre property presents an award-winning living history museum. One room school, washing clothes on scrub board or grinding corn into meal are just some moments from this old time village life presented by a costumed interpreter.

Fort Morris created as a great defender of Sunbury which was a famous seaport once in Georgia. It was used as a coastal fortification during Revolutionary War.

Sunbury CemeterySunbury Cemetery presents permanent home of earlier citizens and final resting place of several coastal Georgia’s first residents.

Cay Creek Wetland Park offers over 100 different species of plants and trees where outnumbering species of wild animals, reptiles, and birds found its habitat.

LeConte-Woodmanston Botanical Gardens was a property in the form of rice plantation started by John Eaton LeConte. Was under a lot of threats by Spanish and certain Native Americans throughout the history. This nature trail leads to former rice fields over a trunk canal and a cypress swamp. All the way through the property are signs which identify plants and wildlife. This is an experience you don’t want to miss.

Dorchester Academy one of 11 important stops on the U.S. Civil Rights trail in Georgia presenting one of the first schools for freed slaves.

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