The best little art museum in Georgia, LaGrange Art Museum is housed in an iconic 1892 jail building, just a stone’s throw from the idyllic LaGrange square, eateries and shops.
Created in 1963 by a group of local artists and art patrons, the permanent collection of LaGrange Art Museum began when a hometown boy of national prominence, Lamar Dodd, donated a painting.
LaGrange Art Museum is filled with dynamic exhibitions by renowned and local artists. Collections of high caliber and visually-tantalizing artwork fills the galleries, making the museum a treat for visitors. And did we mention admission is free (although they’ve never turned down a donation)?