Smyrna Museum

Since it officially opened on April 25, 1999, the Smyrna Museum has dedicated to keeping alive the stories that make the Jonquil City unique — from images of the city’s past to artifacts from important events in history.

Located in a replica of the city’s railroad depot that was build in 1910 and razed in 1959, the museum is home to thousands of photographs, a number of exhibits and other displays, the museum is also home to a number of genealogical research materials.

While admission is free, the museum, which is operated by volunteers, does accept donations.

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2861 Atlanta Road
Smyrna, GA 30080
30080