Midway is a city rich in history, dating back as far as the 1700's. From the historic Midway Church, Museum and Cemetery to the Dorchester Academy Museum of African American History, there is much to be discovered! In and around Midway nature thrives, as seen in our Cay Creek Interpretive Center and the eye-catching surrounding wetlands. A must see, is the captivating waters of Colonel’s Island and St Catherine’s Sound.
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150 Butler Ave.
Midway, GA 31320
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Midway Travel Guides
Dorchester Academy Brochure
Coastal Georgia's Historic Educational and Cultural Haven Call Dorchester Academy at (912) 884-2347. Tours Welcomed!
Midway Museum Brochure
Tour a colonial style plantation cottage, cemetery and church built in 1792. Located in Historic Liberty County on the Georgia Coastal Highway, the Midway Museum brings the past alive!
Sep 30, 2017 - Sep 30, 20172559 Fort Morris RoadView on Map
912-884-5999Assist with sprucing up the fort by doing minor maintenance and clean up projects. Lunch and goodies will be provided, as well as a good feeling for giving back to nature... Find Out More
Nov 18, 2017 - Nov 18, 20172559 Fort Morris RoadView on Map
912-884-5999This event commemorates Colonel John McIntosh's defiant reply to a British demand for surrender: "Come & Take It!" Watch colonial demonstrations, musket and cannon drills... Find Out More
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