New Location of South Pittsburg Historic Preservation Society Museum Open Fridays and Saturdays

The South Pittsburg Historic Preservation Society Museum recently moved to a new location, 316 Cedar Avenue, just down the street from the historic Cameron-Patton Hotel building, the Museum’s previous home.

The Museum features hundreds of historic items of local importance. There are old photographs of local people and buildings, an antique gas range made in South Pittsburg in the 1920s, locally made cast iron cookware and other locally made items. They also have research materials available for viewing.

Most items are either loaned or donated to the Museum to help educate visitors about the city’s rich history. While there, check out the historical items displayed from some neighboring communities.

The Museum is open to the public free of charge on Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon or by appointment on other days.