Euharlee History Museum – Your guide to Historic Euharlee and the Washington W. King Covered Bridge
Located West of Cartersville in the historic town of Euharlee. This landmark recalls the days of buggies and “horseless carriages.” Known as a landmark on Georgia’s Covered Bridge Trail , the Euharlee Covered Bridge was built in 1886 by Washington W. King, a black contractor.
Euharlee Welcome Center and History Museum
33 Covered Bridge Rd
Euharlee GA 30145
Euharlee History Museum
The Euharlee Covered Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
The Euharlee History Museum offers free museum tours Wednesday-Saturday 10 AM-4 PM and Sunday 1-5 PM. On Sundays November 1-March 31, the museum and welcome center is open 2-4 PM only.
Directions: from Atlanta, go north on I-75 to Exit 288. Go south on GA 113 approximately 4.5 miles, then right on Euharlee Road. Go 5.5 miles on Euharlee Road then turn left on Covered Bridge Road. Museum and welcome center is on the left.
Travel Tip: Continue on Covered Bridge Road past the historic bridge. This route will take you by Georgia Power Plant Bowen (not a nuclear facility) and ends at GA 113. To return to Cartersville turn left onto GA 113.