The City of Buchanan serves as the county seat of Haralson County. Shops and restaurants encircle the restored historic courthouse, which was built in 1892, and is currently part of the National Registry of Historic Buildings. Buchanan is home to one of the Southern Quilt Trail patterns in Haralson County located on the restored Little Creek One-Room School House next door to the commissioner's office on Van Wert St. This is the last remaining "one-room" school house in Haralson County and one of a few in the state of Georgia. You can tour the school house upon request at the commissioner's office. The nearby cities of Bremen, Tallapoosa and Waco share Buchanan's heritage, and together they make the perfect place to spend the day.
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Buchanan, GA 30113
I20 west, exit 11, north on bypass 27 approx. 10 miles to Bus 27 in Buchanan City limits. Just a short drive from I-20 on US Hwy 27 north.Visit Website
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