Historic Heartland / Knoxville

Knoxville Courthouse

970 Ga. Hwy. 80 E.
Knoxville, GA 31050


The Knoxville Courthouse is a two-story stuccoed brick building on a brick foundation, featuring a cast iron ballustrade on the outside double stairway leading to the courtroom. The steps are of granite and are the only means of access to the second-story courtroom. The hipped roof has flaring eaves. It was used for court procedings until 1996 for over 100 years and remained in operation for county offices until 2001. A new structure was built in 2001-2002, retiring the Knoxville Courthouse, which is being preserved by Crawford County Historical Society as a museum. This is one of the favorite venues of the annual JugFest and Old Knoxville Days held the third weekend in May.

Info & Amenities

  • Admission & Fees

    Knoxville Courthouse $0.00

    Facility Amenities

    Free Parking

    General Information


    Free Admission

    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages


  • Georgia JugFestival and Old Knoxville Days

    Georgia JugFestival and Old Knoxville Days

    05/19/2018 - 05/19/2018

    In celebration of the pottery-making heritage of Crawford County, the annual Georgia JugFest and Old Knoxville Days offers a look back to a time when folks learned life skills necessary to provide comfort to their existence. This Middle Georgia festival features the best of those long ago skills that evolved into talents for creating works-of-art that are still sought after today. This is a family-friendly festival with something of interest for all and free parking!

    A celebration of C... read more