Plantation Trace / Bainbridge

Bainbridge Heritage Tour

101 South Broad Street
Bainbridge, GA 39818

229-243-8555
  • The Donalson-Rollins house was built in 1898. It was the first home in Bainbridge with wire screens. The floor plans were catalog mail ordered.

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  • St. John's Episcopal Church: This is believed to be the oldest church building in continuous use in the country.

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  • 1. The McKenzie/Reynolds Home was built in 1921 and once stood on Shotwell Street. The home was moved in 1989 and had to be cut in half to be moved under the by-pass. It is now located along on the Flint River and is home to the Chamber of Commerce.

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  • The Callahan-Penhallegon Home: Known as the "Steamboat House," this home was built by John W. Callahan. In his day, Callahan owned and operated the largest individual navel store in the world. This home is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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This self-guided tour features Bainbridge's historic buildings and homes, many of which have been restored to their original stately glory. Heritage Tour Guides can be picked up at City Hall or the Bainbridge CVB.

Info & Amenities

  • Facility Amenities

    Self-guided Tours

    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages