Historic/Downtown Dublin

Dublin-Laurens Heritage Center

Housed in the Laurens County Library, the Dublin-Laurens Heritage Center offers accessible and historical information to the public. Their services include internet access, interlibrary loans, and research assistance. The Center's collection consists of federal census records, microfilmed court records, death indexes, military abstracts, land lottery records, and so much more. The hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
801 Bellevue Avenue, 478-272-5710

Dublin-Laurens Museum

The Museum serves as a resource for historical information about the area. The collections and exhibits include photographs, paintings, Native American relics, journals, letters and many other historical artifacts. The Carnegie Library Building, which houses the Dublin-Laurens Museum, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Museum is open Tuesday through Friday 1:00 to 4:30 and is free of charge.
Academy Avenue, Downtown Dublin, 478-272-9242, http:www.dublin

Theatre Dublin

Built in 1934 and renovated in 1996, Theatre Dublin serves as a performing arts center. Theatre Dublin can accommodate over 600 people. The Theatre has featured musical acts, comedians, youth theatre, pageants, and dance performances.
Academy Avenue, Downtown Dublin, 478-277-5074,

Market on Madison

Enjoy beautiful historic downtown Dublin. An added feature to our Main Street is Market on Madison. Located on Madison Street behind Theatre Dublin, it is host to a wonderful farmers market with local fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, artists, and even live entertainment. Visit this wonderful facility and experience all Downtown Dublin has to offer.
Downtown Dublin, 478-272-2560,

Old Post Office

Old Post Office (TM): Winner of the 2013 Marguerite Williams Award for Excellence in Restoration, Dublin's Old Post Office (TM) has been meticulously restored. Aided by original blueprints and 1,500 pages of century-old correspondence from the National Archives, owner Jeff Davis IV and his team met the restoration challenge , restoring and replacing original fixtures and removing added walls, including a second story courtroom added during Prohibition.Tours available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Post Office(TM) and Old Post Office(TM) are trademarks of the United States Postal Service and are used with permission, under license.

The Fred Roberts

Once Dublin's premiere hotel, the Fred Roberts mixes historic beauty and modern usues. Located in the center of Downtown Dublin, its early Art Deco architecture and rich interior has been perfectly preserved, and now serves as professional and retail spaces, as well as residential loft living. Tours available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

TroupCorn Maze Adventures

TroupCorn was created in August of 2009 as a business venture into the Agritourism Industry. This is not our first venture into agriculture, though. We also have a production farming operation. Our production farming operation is cotton, peanuts, small grains & strawberries. Our goal is to provide education and entertainment in a rural farm setting, as well as, fun affordable family entertainment. We hope that you will agree and look forward to seeing you soon!

Southern Pines Splash Pad

  • 575 Southern Pines Road, Dublin, GA 31021, United States
  • (478) 277-5060
  • Store Hours:
    Daily Memorial Day-Labor Day
    Monday- Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
    Sunday 1 pm – 6 pm

Located 1.9 miles off Exit 51 on I-16, Southern Pines' Splash Pad offers buckets of fun for the whole family! Play in the ankle deep water as nozzle spray cooling jets of water cool things off! Enjoy a wet' n wild day as Southern Pines Splash Pad opens for the summer beginning Saturday, May 24th through August 31st. At only $2 per person, load up the kids and head to Southern Pines Regional Park where a bucketful of fun awaits daily Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more fun, adventure into the park and explore the nature trails, playground, and fields.

Shamrock Bowling Center

  • 104 Bowling Lane, Dublin, GA 31021, United States
  • (478) 272-2477
  • Store Hours:
    Sunday 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    Tuesday - Thursday 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
    Friday 1:00 PM - 1:00 AM
    Saturday 10:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Shamrock Bowling Center provides family recreational bowling and leagues, featuring 24 lanes with a spacious seating area, arcade and pool room, and a pro shop for all your bowling equipment needs.

Visit Simple's Cafe for burgers, pizza, salads and more. Emerald Lounge offers adult beverages and flat-screen TVs so you don't miss a minute of sports.

Bowling parties available for all ages in one of our meeting/party rooms.

Gillis Photo Gallery at The Ice House

  • 213 South Monroe Street, Dublin, GA 31021, United States
  • (478) 278-7224
  • Store Hours:
    By appointment

Using The Ice House as a backdrop, artist Gil Gillis displays a perfect blend of modern media and classic technique in this downtown gallery. Using everything from wild honey to digitally enhanced photography, Gillis captures a world both surreal, yet sensory.

Visitors Information Center & Dog Park

  • 102 Travel Center Boulevard, Dublin, GA 31021, United States
  • (478) 272-4002
  • Store Hours:
    Sunday, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Located off exit 51 on I-16, the Dublin GA Visitors Information Center is ahead of the curve with the only dog park on I-16! Rest and rejuvenate at Dublin's Visitor Information Center, where your four-legged friends can also visit inside and stretch their legs at our dog park! With a park designated for small dogs and large dogs, your pet can romp in comfort! Make sure to step inside for a free human-grade dog treat crafted by Dublin's local bakery, Cake Art.

With a host of travel tips, our visitors information center staff is here seven days a week with free maps, brochures, and information on the best events in Georgia! Enjoy a hot cup of free coffee, hot chocolate, or tea while surfing the free Wi-Fi access.

Need help finding the perfect hotel? We'll help book your room at our touchscreen kiosk and print a map to get you on your way quickly.

Travel through Dublin often? Stop by the visitors information center and we'll show you where to find the best restaurants, shopping, and places to play in Dublin! Stop by and see how a visit to Dublin is ahead of the curve!

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First African Baptist Church

  • 405 Telfair Street, Dublin, GA, United States
  • 478-272-1377
  • Store Hours:
    Visitors can visit the interior of the church by appointment or attend Sunday services weekly at 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
    A plaque commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech is available for viewing on the exterior of the church.

First African Baptist Church

First African Baptist Church was established in 1867 and is the oldest African American church in the City of Dublin GA. The current building was built in 1914 following a fire that destroyed the original wooden church.

Where a Child Became a Legend

Capture a glimpse into the child that became a legend of the Civil Rights movement. On April 17, 1944, the Colored Elks Clubs of Georgia held their state convention at First African Baptist Church in Dublin and sponsored an essay contest. A 14 year old student at Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta delivered a speech entitled “The Negro and the Constitution.” Little did the audience realize they were witnessing the first public speech by Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., and the start of the Civil Rights Movement.

The speech detailed the struggle for true equality, ending with the quote, “My heart throbs anew in the hope that inspired by the example of Lincoln, imbued with the spirit of Christ, they will cast down the last barrier to perfect freedom. And I, with my with my brother of blackest hue possessing at last my rightful heritage and holding my head erect, may stand beside the Saxon- a Negro-and yet a man!”

On the return trip to Atlanta from Dublin, young Martin L. King was asked, for the first time in his young life, to relinquish his bus seat and stand in the rear of the bus with his teacher. King initially refused the demand, but was later convinced by his teacher to give up his seat.

Carrying on the Dream

Today, the church hosts an annual oratorical contest to honor Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. and to continue his legacy of peaceable activism, humanitarianism, and leadership.

Tours of First African Baptist Church are available by appointment. A plaque commemorating the speech is available for viewing on the exterior. Sunday services begin each Sunday at 8 AM, followed by Sunday school at 9:30 AM and a morning worship service at 10:45 AM.

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