Heritage Sandy Springs Museum & Park
Before the park and museum was built, residents of Sandy Springs rallied to protect their precious town from becoming commercialized and removing their 5 underground springs. The nonprofit organization came about when the residents protested “Save Our Springs”, and The Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park was built. Promoting history and culture as Sandy Spring was and is, the museum continues to preserve and provide education to the community.
The Heritage Sandy Springs Museum brings you the history of Sandy Springs before the city it is today. You can take a walk around to see how rural it was between 1805-1940. Different rooms and exhibits you can find:
- Before Columbus
- Civil War
- Native Americans
- Land Rush
- Burdette Milk House (oldest standing structure)
The park is 4 acres in the heart of the city. This nonprofit brings the local community together and promotes historic and culture of Sandy Springs. They host many outdoor concerts and various performances throughout the year. The museum itself can be used for special events as well.
Heritage Sandy Springs Museum & Park can be located at Blue Stone Road & Sandy Springs Cir., Sandy Springs, GA.