Kennesaw was incorporated in 1887 and is now home to approximately 32, 000 residents. Kennesaw is the home of the Smithsonian-affiliated Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History and Smith-Gilbert Gardens.
The Southern Museum, in Kennesaw, opened in 1972. At that time it was called the Big Shanty Museum in Kennesaw, Georgia. It showcases the General locomotive and was dedicated to telling the story of the Great Locomotive Chase, which took place on April 12, 1862, an event that elevated the engine and Big Shanty (today the City of Kennesaw) to prominence during the Civil War.
The Smith-Gilbert Gardens is the City of Kennesaw’s botanical gardens. It was voted one of the top places to take children in the Atlanta metro area. With fifteen themed garden spaces in Kennesaw, the reconstruction of the Hiram Butler House, and more than 4,000 curated plant species, Smith-Gilbert Gardens offers a beautiful and fascinating experience.
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