Built in 1923 as a residence for the Joseph Hampton Flowers family, this Jeffersonian Revival structure is now home to the Thomasville History Center. The Flowers’ home replaced a cottage built on the site in 1893 by O.C. Ewart of New York. The iron fence, fountain, and single-lane bowling alley remain from the Victorian era. The Roberts family, who purchased the house in the 1940s, added a full basement and a fallout shelter. Also on the grounds: the 1870 Smith Log House, the 1877 Joyner House, the 1893 Metcalfe Courthouse and 1910 Claire Flowers Playhouse. Open for tours Monday – Saturday. Call 229.226.7664 for more information.