Life Along the Etowah and History Beneath Our Feet
Visit the Hall of the Ancients and see new exhibits that include artifacts from the 1995 Cherokee County Hickory Log excavation site. Many artifacts date prior to the Cherokee removal in 1838. Also, some items from the Mississippian, Woodland and Archaic periods of time are on display. These new exhibits would not be possible without donations from our members, volunteers and the community. A third exhibit about Cherokee life is planned to open in 2017.
February 2017 Programs - History Month in Georgia
The Funk Heritage Center is participating in the statewide Georgia History Festival sponsored by the Georgia Historical Society. Three excellent programs concerning Georgia history are scheduled at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays, February 7, 14 and 21. Admission is $10, $5 for members and RU faculty, staff and students. Make reservations by calling 770-720-5967. Click here to see the program schedule.
Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday - February 5, 2017
The public will be able to experience our state’s rich history and cultural life as historic sites, museums,and other points of interest open their doors free of charge on Sunday, February 5. The Funk Heritage Center of Reinhardt University will participate and it will be open from 1 to 5 p.m.
Trail of Tears Designation
The Funk Heritage Center is a certified National Park Service Trail of Tears interpretive center. Click here to visit the Hall of the Ancients to read more about our Trail of Tears exhibit.
The Funk Heritage Center is located on the Reinhardt University campus in Waleska, Georgia.