Self-Guided Tour of Bremen

Take a self-guided walking tour by following wayside signs in historic Bremen. These wayside signs share Bremen’s apparel industry history, from the late 1920s to the contemporary era, and are located in the historical district that was once home to five apparel companies. Look for the wayside signs along Pacific Avenue and Hamilton Avenue (see map below).

Map of Bremen Spur Exhibit signs and points-of-interest.

Map of Bremen Spur Exhibit signs and points-of-interest. Courstey of UWG Center for Public History. Map created by UWG Print Services.

Interactive Stations

Click the hyperlinks and see the map below to find out more information about the station sites

  1. Sewell Mill Station, “Stitching the Fabric of Community in the West Georgia Region” exhibit
  2. Warren Sewell Memorial Library Station, educational box
  3. Mill Town Music Hall Station, indoor interpretive panel with music clips to explore using your smart device
Locations of the Interactive Stations of the Bremen Spur exhibit.

Locations of the Interactive Stations of the Bremen Spur exhibit. Courtesy of UWG Center for Public History. Map created by UWG Print Services.

The Bremen Spur exhibit was funded by the Appalachian Regional Commission with additional support from the City of Bremen, the Warren P. and Ava F. Sewell Foundation, and the Center for Public History at the University of West Georgia.