Museum Exhibits

The Rabun County Historical Society is proud to present the following exhibits in the Society’s museum. Click on the links below to learn more about each exhibit before you visit!

Our Native American Heritage and Rabun County’s Founding

Tallulah Falls Railroad: Opening Rabun County to the Outside World

Dams and Hydroelectric Power: Progress at a Price

Industrial-Scale Logging: An Environmental Disaster

Moonshining: Rabun County’s Oldest (and Once Largest) Industry

Life in Early Rabun County


About the Rabun County Historical Society

The Rabun County Historical Society is dedicated to keeping alive Rabun County’s 200-year history in the Appalachian Mountains of Georgia. We collect, preserve and display important historic artifacts, photographs and records in our 2,300-square-foot museum and archives located at 81 North Church Street in downtown Clayton, Georgia. The Society is a not-for-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, making membership dues and donations fully tax deductible. For more information, please contact us.