Learning Georgia History Through Historical Markers
Welcome to the Georgia Historical Marker Program!
The Georgia Historical Society has administered Georgia’s statewide marker program since 1998, erecting over 160 historical markers across Georgia on a wide variety of subjects. Today those markers and over two thousand others are available here through a searchable database. Roadside historical markers capture Georgia history in a format readily understood by travelers and residents alike. These easily identifiable markers give readers a unique insight into the stories of our shared past. The search tools described below allow users to access information on markers in all parts of Georgia and even create travel routes to view markers based on individual interests. For more information on Georgia’s historical markers, please click here.
For information on how to apply for a historical marker through the Georgia Historical Marker Program, click here.
Georgia Civil War 150
For more information on the Civil War 150 commemoration in Georgia, click here.
Start Your Search
To begin your search for Georgia historical markers, you can click on the Regional Search link below to search for markers using a map of Georgia’s five major regions, enter a keyword (i.e. churches, Oglethorpe, Civil War, etc.) in the search box, or select from the categories below.
example: Civil War, African American Church, etc.Regional Search