Coweta County 

and the National Register of Historic Places

What is the National Register of Historic Places?

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources

Passport to Coweta County: Stops #1 - #7

These 7 stops, all located on the National Historic Registry, can be visited virtually or in-person. Stops are all over Coweta County from Newnan to Senoia to Moreland! Check out the details for hours of operation and contact details. 

Stop #1: 

The McRitchie-Hollis Museum

The McRitchie-Hollis Museum promotes the stories, education, and history of Coweta County and its citizens.

Name on National Register 

Newnan College-Temple District (added in 1982)


74 Jackson St. Newnan, GA 

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm


(470) 414-2455

Stop #2: 

Hillcrest Chapel

The Willcoxon-Arnold House, c. 1852, is a brick Greek Revival house that currently houses Hillcrest Chapel. In 1953, the home was turned into a funeral home which has been its use ever since. 

Name on National Register

Willcoxon--Arnold House 

(added in 1991)


1 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan, GA 

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm



Stop #3: 

1904 Courthouse

The Coweta County Courthouse was built in 1904 and is still actively-used today.

Name on the National Register 

Coweta County Courthouse 

(added 1980)


200 Court Sq. Newnan, GA 

Hours of Operation

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm 

Sat: 9am - 4pm


(770) 254-2627

Stop #4: 

Greenville Street Park

Greenville Street Park is a two-acre urban park most famous for its 25-column amphitheater entrance.

Name on the National Register 

Greenville Street-LaGrange Street Historic District 

(added 1983)


51 Greenville St, Newnan, GA 

Hours of Operation

Dawn to Dusk

Stop #5: 

Senoia Area Historical Society

The Senoia Area Historical Society History Museum is dedicated to securing, preserving, and promoting the history of the Senoia area.

Name on the National Register

Senoia Historic District 

(added 1989)


6 Couch Street, Senoia, GA 

Hours of Operation

Fri, Sat: 1pm - 4pm


(352) 428-9916

Stop #6: 

Grantville Historic District

Grantville began as a small settlement known as Calico Corner in 1840. Today, visitors can see the filming sites of the Walking Dead, visit Grantville's Old Train Depot, walk by Bonnie Castle (one of the most haunted places in Georgia), or play at the Grantville Splash Park (54 Post Street).

Name on the National Register Grantville Historic District 

(added 1991)


Main St, Grantville, GA

Hours of Operation

Vary by Business/Location


Stop #7: 

The Moreland Hometown 

Heritage Museum

This two story building was the home of both W. A. Brannon Mercantile and the Moreland Knitting Mill. The Mill now serves as both an event venue and the The Moreland Hometown Heritage Museum: A Tribute to Lewis Grizzard

Name on the National Register

Brannon, W. A., Store/Moreland Knitting Mills 

(added 1985)


7 Main Street, Moreland, GA 

Hours of Operation

Thurs - Sat: 10am - 3pm

Contact Info

(678) 378-9867

What other places in Coweta County are listed on the Register?






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