Built in the 1890s, the museum was the home of many of Greene County's former sheriffs. The building was named after L.L. Wyatt, who served in law enforcement and as sheriff of Greene County during his tenure for 52 years until his death in 1977. Visitors can view photos, badges, a seized liquor still, century-old arrest warrants, an authentic old cell block, and firearms. The museum also serves as the office for the current sheriff. Tours are provided by appointment. Call 706-453-7592 for details.
Admission & Fees
Tours not available at this time
Free Parking, Parking on Site, Self-guided Tours
Suitable for Ages