If you ever dreamed of owning a house listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Bartow could be where your dream comes true. Bartow is on the National Register of historic places. Virtually every structure within the town limits is included in the historic district.
Founded shortly before the Revolutionary War
Birthplace of Roy Evans, who pioneered the jeep and the Bantam Car
Home of the Bartow Community Center, an attractive, multi-purpose assembly hall with full kitchen, accommodating up to 120 for dinner or 200 for meetings
Home of the Schoolhouse Players, a regional performing troupe that maintains a regular schedule of plays and performances at the 257-seat Mancin Auditorium
Site of the new Bartow Museum in the 1859 rail depot
City Hall: 478-364-3300
P.O. Box 248
Bartow, GA 30413

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