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Built circa 1853, this impressive antebellum mansion in Greek-Revival style was the home of Benjamin Harvey Hill, lawyer and Georgia and United States Congressman. Located near downtown LaGrange, Bellevue was purchased in 1941 by Fuller E. Callaway Foundation and presented as a gift to the LaGrange Woman’s Club. It has been restored and is open to the public for tours.
Biblical History Center
Within a mile of Hills & Dales Estate, ancient history comes alive through full-scale archaeological reconstructions of discoveries from the ancient world. The museum features a goat-hair tent, Old and New Testament tombs, a first century village, 200 year-old olive trees, catacombs and many other historic settings. Guests may enjoy an authentic biblical meal, and young archaeologists will be excited by the kid’s digs.
LaGrange Art Museum
The LaGrange Art Museum was founded in 1963 and is located in downtown LaGrange. The museum occupies a renovated three story 1892 Victorian building. Changing exhibits feature a wide range of artists, and many different art classes are available.
Less than 30 minutes south of Hills & Dales Estate is Callaway Gardens, begun by Fuller E. Callaway’s oldest son, Cason Callaway, in the 1952. Known throughout the southeast for its stunning landscaping, recreation, accommodations, and special events, this spectacular location is enjoyable in every season.