The Museum and Official Visitors Center of Monroe, Georgia invite you
to visit our archives and find out what makes Monroe a place we know you'll love.
Your place to buy fresh, locally grown produce and goods each Saturday during the growing season!
Sculpt Monroe aspires to enhance the downtown environment through the addition of original sculptures in public spaces.
Learn about the rich history of Monroe through our guided walking tour.
Childer’s Park is a seventeen acre passive park in the heart of the City of Monroe, two blocks from the Walton County historic courthouse.
Project Road Share promotes cycling throughout Walton County. Come ride with us!
Monroe, located in the heart of Walton County, was established as the county seat in 1821. The city is also proud of their nickname, "City of Governors", because of the four Georgia governors the city has produced. Monroe was named after the fifth U.S. President, James Monroe.
The fully restored Walton County courthouse is the center of Monroe's Historic District.
The Monroe Art Guild houses a gallery, members' gallery, student gallery, black and white darkroom and pottery studio.
A historic governor's mansion with sophisticated architecture and all the
charm of a southern home.
The Monroe-Walton County Library is a part of the Uncle Remus Regional Library System. The Library features children's books, internet and computer usage, research materials, historical artifacts of Walton County and so much more!
The Davis-Edwards House has been meticulously restored to reflect how a family might have lived in the 1800's and houses many wonderful pieces relevant to Walton's past.
Take a look at our weddings & events magazine!