Senoia Area Historical Society

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Every small town in the South had at least one bottling company and Senoia, Georgia was no exception.

In the basement of what is now The Buggy Museum on Main Street, that refreshing, effervescent treat known as Coca-Cola was bottled and distributed to the surrounding communities.  Mr. James Quick of Senoia recently donated this early Coca-Cola bottle (imprinted with the name of our town as shown in the photographs) to us. 

The museum at 6 Couch Street, has a number of Coke items as part of their permanent collection and invites visitors to stop in on Friday or Saturday afternoon from 1 pm to 4p.

Recent News

February at Senoia Area Historical Society MUSEUM:
The Senoia Area Historical Society will feature a new temporary exhibit on the lost art of letter writing. Come view a selection of letters, writing instruments, and more. Learn techniques of beautiful correspondence.
Appreciate how our sentiments live on in our letters.

Exhibit opens Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 7:00 pm

And on display every Friday and Saturday from February 10 to February 25 

Got History … Moving Forward

The Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the social and cultural history of Senoia, Georgia and its surrounding community.

  • Mission Statement
    The Senoia Area Historical Society’s mission is to secure, preserve, and promote the social and cultural history of the community. To this end we will: educate and engage a diverse public through a variety of programs, maintain our museum buildings, properties, and collections, acquire and preserve additional items of significant relevance; research and publish historic records; identify and encourage preservation of significant places and structures throughout the community; work collaboratively with public, private and other non-profit organizations to attain this mission; and manage the society openly, ethically and professionally.

“The Senoia Area Historical Society’s purpose and privilege is to
record and preserve the past for the future.”
– Joanne Utt, past president

Stop in our Museum at 6 Couch street any Friday
or Saturday from 1:00 to 4:00