The Georgia Southern
Museum is accredited by the American
Association of Museums.
The Georgia Southern University Museum exists to foster and support life-long learning and engaged citizenship in southeast Georgia. The museum supports the University’s mission of teaching, research and service specifically through collections, exhibits and educational outreach.
Read the Museum's complete Mission Statement.
HOURS & Admission Fees
Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and University holidays.
Admission fee: $2 per person, children 3 and under FREE.
FREE to all Museum Members & Georgia Southern Students
FREE MUSEUM SATURDAYS: Last Saturday of each month!
OUR HOLIDAY HOURS: We'll be CLOSED 10 days--Monday, December 23, 2013 through Wednesday, January 1, 2014. Otherwise, we will be open our regular hours, as indicated above.
The Museum is located at 2142 Southern Drive in the Rosenwald Building #0104 on
the campus of Georgia
in Statesboro, Georgia. In compliance with ADA,
Georgia Southern will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made
by individuals with disabilities. Direct accommodation requests to
912.478.5444. For information on how to get to the Museum, visit our parking and map page
The Museum Shop
is open during regular visitor
hours. The shop is child and youth friendly, with prices set to the
nickle and tax included in the price. We also have grab bags
school and group tours.
Georgia Southern University Museum
P.O. Box 8061
Statesboro, Georgia 30460-8061
Museum Main Office: 912.478.5444
Education Office to book School Tours: 912.478.7707
As a member of the Georgia Southern Museum you can help us serve
southeast Georgia with exciting exhibits, lectures, family programs,
and school outreach. Become a member now!
Other things to do in Statesboro
Garden of the Coastal Plain at Georgia Southern University (was Georgia Southern Botanical Garden)
Georgia Southern Planetarium
Georgia Southern Wildlife Center
Georgia Southern Performing Arts Center
Averitt Center for the Arts
First Friday Downtown Statesboro
Splash in the Boro
Statesboro Convention and Visitor's Bureau
Statesboro-Bulloch Chamber of Commerce & Development Authority-Bulloch Co
(click name to send email)
Dr. Brent Tharp
Ms. Debbie Gleason
, Assistant Director
Ms. LaMaudice (Maudice) Holmes
, Administrative Secretary/Visitor Services Coordinator
Dr. Katy Smith,
Curator of Paleontology
Ms. Ruby Ashley
, Educational Curator
Mr. Emerson Christie
, Educational Program Graduate Assistant
school outreach staff
(click name to send email)
Ms. Ruby Ashley,
School Outreach Project Coordinator
George Arrington, School Outreach Driver