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Sidney Lanier Cottage House Museum

The Sidney Lanier Cottage House Museum is the birthplace of noted poet, musician, and soldier Sidney Lanier (1842–1881). Among the objects on view at the Cottage are one of Sidney Lanier's flutes (a silver, alto flute made by the Badger Flute Company), Mary Day's wedding dress of 1867, and several portraits and first editions.

The museum offers exhibits and tours (include tours specifically designed for schoolchildren).