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|Step back in time as you take a journey to uncover the impact our ancestors had on the environment and prepare for an eco-friendly future! From early Gwinnett settlement to modern marvels of engineering, this travel-through-time experience is even a unique spot for an evening cocktail hour.|
|Get ready to get wet, wild, and sandy in this hands-on, kid-friendly exhibit! Where does water come from? What happens when it goes down the drain? Kids of all ages can follow water from the house to the wastewater treatment plant and beyond. While playing, kids will learn about the power of water, erosion, the water cycle, and more!|
Located just a few hundred yards from GEHC, the Chesser-Williams House dates back to the 1850s. It was built in the I-house architectural style: two stories high, two rooms long, and one room deep. Significant features include stenciled paintings on the interior and exterior walls done by a traveling German painter in exchange for room and board. The venue is available for special events, as well, with a rustic outdoor setting that boasts an 1800s crib barn.