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Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park

Heritage Sandy Springs Museum and Park preserves the history of Sandy Springs, stewards the community park, and offers cultural, educational, event and outreach opportunities.

The Heritage Sandy Springs Museum is located in the re-purposed Williams-Payne House, named for the Williams family who built the house and farmed the land from the late 1860s until 1939, at which time the Paynes purchased the home. Originally located on the present day corner of Mount Vernon Highway and State Route 400, the house was moved to the Heritage Green in 1985.

Heritage Green:
A four-acre park site around the original “sandy springs”, offering an oasis of green space that serves as a thriving community gathering place.

Meeting Facilities
Facility Info
  • Description No matter what your occasion, Heritage Green is an unforgettable venue – full of history, beauty, and charm. Managed by the not-for-profit organization Heritage Sandy Springs, Heritage Green’s rental fees support a year-round calendar of free and low-cost programs and community events. Whether you’re looking for meeting space or a location to host a wedding or corporate outing, Heritage Green offers several rental options to fit your needs.
  • Largest Room 2300
  • Reception Capacity 300
  • Space Notes Williams-Payne House & Grounds - Room: 50 seated; 75 standing Terrace: 72 seated Grounds: 150 seated | Heritage Hall - Room: 175 seated; 300 standing Veranda: 72 seated; 100 standing | Heritage Community Room & Veranda - Room: 60 seated; 100 standing Veranda: 72 seated; 150 standing | Entertainment Lawn - Lawn: 500 seated; 1,000 standing
  • Banquet Capacity 175
  • Number of Rooms 4
  • Outdoor Wedding Ceremony
  • Outdoor Banquet Seating 72
  • Outside Catering Allowed