Come celebrate as New Echota State Historic Site comes alive with historic demonstrations, featuring Cherokee watercolor artist, Billy Mack Steele, who will create a special painting depicting the Cherokee storytelling tradition. All buildings will be open with volunteers from Friends of New Echota available to answer your questions.
Admission fee allows access to museum, film, and self-guided tour of historic grounds, buildings, and nature trails. All proceeds support programming, preservation, and education at New Echota State Historic Site.
About New Echota:
New Echota State Historic Site attracts 10,000 visitors and generates almost one million dollars for the local economy annually. The site is located one mile east of I-75, exit 317, on GA Hwy. 225. Admission is $4 - $6. For more information, call 706-624-1321 or visit www.gastateparks.org. Georgia’s state historic sites are operated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.