Historic Westville Lumpkin
Where is it at?
1850 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Tel: 888 733 1850
If you need further assistance on how to get to Westville, please contact us toll-free at (888) SEE-1850.
Westville's main gate is located at GPS Coordinates: Lat 32-2-28.858 North and Long 84-47-22.347 West
Where are we going today?
Historic Westville is a living history museum which depicts an 1850 west Georgia village. We have created Westville so that you can experience a community in the twenty-first century similar to the ones in which our ancestors lived in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Westville has over 30 authentically furnished pre-Civil War buildings including Homes
Stores, Workshops, Churches, Courthouse and School.
Our townspeople are in 1850s dress and you can talk with them about life in the old days. Regular admission includes a character guided tour.
How much does it cost?
- Children$5 to $8
- Free Under: Pre K
When can we go?
Thursday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday 1pm to 5pm.
Westville has a wide array of educational programs for schools and groups. Ask about our Title I discounts..
Our Kiser House restaurant serves a limited menu of hamburgers, hotdogs, and other sandwiches, soft drinks, and snacks. See our website for a more detailed menu. We also have a picnic area near the main entry and another in front of the Kiser House restaurant..
Any Top Tips?
Westville is an 1850s living history museum village. In the summer it is hot and humid. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes as the primary way to visit is on foot. In July and August the gnats are out and will pester you. Bring insect repellent or you may pick up some individual packs in our museum store..
Need a little extra help?
Most of the historic buildings have ramps to help those needing extra help to enter and enjoy the facilities. We have one electric scooter available free of charge, but on a first-come-first-served basis. Call ahead to reserve the scooter. Also, we have sandy streets and it is very difficult for wheelchairs to negotiate - - the narrow wheels get bogged down in many places. On Saturdays we have a mule wagon that can carry guests on an overview of the village..
The public restroom has a changing station..
Can I get one of those?
Our museum store has a variety of items to pick up as memories of your visit. We have a good supply of crafts and items made by Westville interpreters - - brooms, quilts, soap, candles, and wood and iron items..