5010 W Broad St NE, Suite: A118-A120, Sugar Hill, GA 30518


The History Museum offers permanent and special exhibitions of a large collection of items collected, researched, and displayed by the Sugar Hill Historic Preservation Society (SHHPS). Exhibits and displays include photographs, documents, and memorabilia that highlight the community’s churches, schools, volunteer fire department, gold mining and moonshining history, and the impact by and affiliation with the creation of Lake Lanier. The current special exhibition focuses on the first Black families in Sugar Hill and follows a month-long partnership between the city of Sugar Hill and Black Women’s Association of Sugar Hill in February to celebrate Black History Month. The community space also offers a research room for visitors to investigate their genealogical history thanks to a partnership with and sponsorship by the Suwanee Creek Chapter of the Daughters of the Revolution.