Self-guided tour information is available at the Welcome Center / Blue & Gray Museum or you can download your guide here.
We hope you will enjoy browsing this section with more information about the architecture found in Fitzgerald.
The unique blend of pioneers who settled Fitzgerald represented architectural viewpoints as divergent as their backgrounds. The "Four-Square" [ ... ]
This commercial building was once home to "Everybody's Favorite Shoe Store". Though built in the early twentieth century, it exhib [ ... ]
Italianate style was prevalent in America from 1840 to 1880. The Garbutt-Donovan Building, constructed in the early twentieth century reflects many of [ ... ]
the A,B, & A Railroad Depot was built at the turn of the century, during the height of American Spanish Mission Revival. The sole dist [ ... ]
This former bank building, built at the turn-of-the-century, exhibits characteristics of a Victorian eclecticism prevalent in the late nineteen [ ... ]
Buildings designed in the Beaux Arts style, from 1890 - 1920 are characterized by grand classical composition with exuberant details. The corner facad [ ... ]
Art Deco, popular from 1925 - 1940, is distinguished by angular and rounded geometric forms. The central vertical tower on the theater with step [ ... ]
Not all of our significant commercial buildings are as old as you may think. It's hard to miss the Prarie influence in the low roof line; st [ ... ]
Download and print Architectural Tour GuideMother Enterprise Monument. Originally a water fountain, this monument in the first Plaza Park in the City [ ... ]
All Rights Reserved | City of Fitzgerald | Copyright 2007-2014 | eVerify #100652 2/15/2008site developed by AllCore Technology