Great Local Spots: Westville

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Within each newsletter, we highlight various locations that have interested filmmakers. Westville is an 1850’s working village attraction open for viewing with over 30 authentically restored and furnished antebellum buildings to include a court house, black smith shop, general store, wood working milling shop, churches and more.

Step back in time to life in the 19th Century. Through exhibits, live interpretations, demonstrations, and hands-on activities, you’ll be immersed in the history and spirit of the South, and the personal experiences of those who called the Pineywoods home. Interact with the people who lived here, including Euro-Americans, African-Americans, and other immigrants, and discover how their lives were inextricably linked.

See pictures and more about this beautiful location herePlease contact Joel Slocumb or Shelby Guest at the Film Commission at VisitColumbusGA for Camera Ready assistance at 800.999.1613

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