Explore and discover! Prater’s Mill Historic Site is a landscape museum with historic buildings, the footprint of a working 19th century grist mill community, and a history of Cherokee Indians and Civil War soldiers set in rural North Georgia along the Coahulla Creek where nature blooms and roams. Let your imagination take charge as you envision the past lives of those who lived and worked here.
Visit on your own or as a group. Two options are available.
SELF-GUIDED TOUR – $Free
Make your way to the mill building for your first stop. Interpretive signs include a QR code for a short video with adding information. Click here to download your self-guided tour guide.
GUIDED GROUP TOUR – $5 person (Available for 15 or more – Advance Reservations Required)
See everything on the self-guided tour and more!
• Tour the inner workings of the historic mill
• Walk through the 1898 mill store
• Hear stories not found in the history books
• Enjoy a nature trail walk
CULTURAL HERTITAGE DAY TOUR – Contact for pricing and more information
Includes all group tour activities plus demonstrations of Appalachian life