Environmental & Heritage Center

The Environmental & Heritage Center is a signature museum that is a trusted gathering space to experience science and history. The museum’s exhibitions are interactive, have a strong connection to cultural interests, and are designed to inspire innovative thinking. Furthermore, our mission is committed to building strong communities through program enrichment opportunities for a robust K-12 market, historic preservation, STEAM partnerships, and nurturing sustainable design practices.

The museum is located on 700 acres of natural landscape and was the first facility of its kind to receive a Gold LEED certification. Moreover, the museum manages six heritage properties including the: Isaac Adair House (1827); Lawrenceville Female Seminary (1855); Yellow River Post Office (c. 1860); Freeman’s Mill (c. 1868); Chesser-Williams House (c. 1890); and McDaniel Farm (c.1930).
Your Time Travelers reciprocal membership privilege enables you to explore a wonderful facility and serve as a catalyst for collaboration and exploration.

For more information about our programs and events call 770.904.3500 or visit www.gwinnettEHC.org.

Free Admission
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