Return to the main page

Blue and Gray Museum

116 North Johnston Street, Fitzgerald, GA 31750, USA

Located in a historical railroad depot, the entire space of the Blue & Gray Museum has been renovated and redesigned to reveal the remarkable founding story of Fitzgerald and its roots in the Civil War. More than 1,200 objects, photographs, household items, memorabilia and rare artifacts are now displayed in new and refinished cases and in specially fabricated sections. Each item has been carefully coded to help the visitor understand its historical significance. Many important artifacts are on display for the first time.


Satellite Map

Google Satellite Map of Fitzgerald, GA.

View Larger Map » | Get Directions »


I-75 to Exit 82 (Fitzgerald). East on Hwy 107 for 3.3 miles. BEAR RIGHT. Go 17 miles. Hwy 107 turns right onto the bypass. DO NOT TURN. Continue 2.6 miles to Merrimac Drive. Turn right. Go 3 blocks. Turn left at traffic light. Go 5 blocks. Turn left on N. Jackson St. Go 1/2 block Museum will be on the right before railroad tracks.

Visitor Services

Rest room, handicap accessible, gift shop

Plan Your Visit

Admission Fee

Adults $5.00, students $2.00


Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 to 4:00 P.M.; Sunday: 1:00P.M. to 5:00 P.M.



Website »


Share your experience and read reviews...

See this site on TripAdvisor »

Contact Us

Are you a site manager? Need to update your site? Want to sign up? Have photos to share?


Our Sponsors

Powered by Blackbaud
nonprofit software