Museums & Theatre Elberton Granite Museum Visit Site: Granite Museum 150 College AvenueElberton, GA 30635(706) 283-2551 The Elberton Granite Museum features astounding historical exhibits, artifacts, and even educational displays. Three levels of self-guided exhibits allow visitors to see unique granite products as well as antique granite working tools used in the quarrying, sawing, polishing, cutting and sandblasting of various granite-based work.Alongside the unique granite creations and artifacts found in the museum stands the notorious Confederate statue called “Dutchy.” He was toppled and buried on Elberton’s Sutton Square. Records pointed to his location on the Square, and in 1982 he was carefully exhumed, and now occupies a place of honor in the Granite Museum. Jim-Ree African American Museum Visit Site: Jim-Ree Museum 24 South Oliver StreetElberton, GA 30635 The Jim-Ree Museum is a place that takes a deep dive into the African- American Culture. With low and affordable prices, you can get a tour that provides lots of informative details and facts. It’s a great way to learn about African American history through a rich and storied local lens. This family-run museum is doing the important work of preservation and education Elberton Theatre Visit Site: Elbert Theatre 100 S Oliver St Elberton, GA 30635(706) 283-1049 The Elbert Theatre is a fully renovated, art deco-style performing arts facility, easily located just off the square in downtown Elberton, Georgia. The Elbert Theatre Foundation is in charge of live theatre programming and fundraising at the Elbert Theatre and focuses on events that will enrich arts offerings in the community. The Elbert Theatre is equipped with high-quality, light, sound, and film systems and knowledgeable, friendly staff to assist in planning and producing your event. The Elbert Theatre Foundation regularly hosts summer camps for children and teens, guided paint classes, concerts, and field trips.