The Hall of Honor represents a Shacktown tent where early pioneers lived. Inside, you will find the names of the pioneer Civil War Veterans who founded the City and a beautiful overhead display of rare swords and canes.
"Marching as One" is a professionally produced documentary which tells the harmony founding story of Fitzgerald through rare archival photographs of the earliest years of the City.
Extend your visit to the Blue & Gray Museum by taking a tour of the town of Fitzgerald, which reveals its history on every corner - from its blue and gray sidewalks reflecting Civil War colors, the Grand Plaza Park with planned topiary sculptures, and streets named for Yankee and Rebel Generals.
Visit Evergreen Cemetery and discover the interesting lives of both Yankee and Rebel "residents, resting side by side".