Braselton's history lives on through its downtown buildings. Join us for a guided tour of the downtown historic district on foot or by trolley. All tours include a look inside the Enterprise Roller Mill, which is one of the last standing examples of its kind, and the famed Braselton Brothers Department Store built in 1904. Other iconic landmarks on the tour include the Braselton family homeplace, town hall, cotton gin, school and jail.
Tour length: 90 minutes
Ticketing: $10 admission for ages 5 and up. Children under 5 are free.
Location: The tour begins at The 1904, 9924 Davis St., in the first-floor lobby. See "Get There" tab for location and parking details.
Walking Tour Info: The tour is an easy, flat walk, totalling about a mile.
Trolley Tour Info: Seating is first come, first served for trolley tours. The trolley is enclosed, climate-controlled, and wheelchair accessible. The tour will exit the vehicle to get an up-close view of historical structures, but extensive walking is not required.
Want to see more than Downtown? Click here to learn about our Explore Braselton Trolley Tour.