The town of Wolf Pen became Kramer, named after a German immigrant and local vineyard owner, and was incorporated on September 5, 1883. The name was changed to Bremen at Kramer's request to honor the seaport city of Bremen, Germany. Bremen is located just off of Interstate-20 and is home to several unique and convenient places to shop, eat and lodge. Other areas of interest include recreation and sporting facilities. Please click on the link for more information on Bremen.
Bremen Walking Tour
Mill Town Music Hall
Mill Town Music Hall is the Atlanta area's newest concert and entertainment venue - located conveniently off I-20 in Bremen, Georgia. The venue is home to quality wholesome entertainment covering multiple genres, as well as events geared for young families. The facility can comfortably seat up to 1,000 people and boasts a state-of-the-art audio-visual system. The venue hosts numerous Southern Gospel, Contemporary Christian, Bluegrass and Country concerts, along with other family-friendly events. In addition, the facility can be rented for corporate events and private receptions. Mill Town Music Hall
In 1930 Ms. Pearl Sullivan began construction on 211 Gordon Street in Downtown Bremen. The home was not completed until 1938 due to hard economic times. Ms Sullivan operated a small dairy out of the house and the original milk house still stands on the property today. Ms. Sullivan married George Hamilton and they raised their family in the home. Mrs. Hamilton was an active member of the Bremen Garden Club and lived in the home until the 1960’s when she passed away.
After Mrs. Hamilton’s death, two more owners occupied the building before the Museum Board purchase. The previous owner restored the homes hardwood floors, converted all the original brass light fixtures from gas to electric and refurbished the grounds of the home. The rock work on the two fireplaces located downstairs is original and the Hamilton family crest can be seen over the fireplace in the room to the left of the front entrance.
Today 211 Gordon Street is the home to the Bremen Textile and Railroad Museum. The Museum Board of Directors has named the home The Heritage House. The Museum Board aims to preserve and pass along to the next generation Bremen’s rich history, culture and long tradition in the textile and railroad industries.
While the museum is building, the first floor of the house is available for rent. The Heritage House is the perfect setting for weddings, parties, corporate events, and photography shoots. The beautiful grounds and architectural details of the house serve as the perfect background for your event, whether it is a children’s tea party or an office holiday party.
126 Hamilton Ave, Bremen
Sewell Mill was established in September 2009 to serve as the first multipurpose community and professional center for the residents of Haralson County. The Mill is a catalyst and support system for business acceleration while also providing an enjoyable atmosphere for social gatherings, community functions, and artisan endeavors. Built in 1918, this historical building gives honor and remembrance to our region's glorious past as "The Clothing Center of The South".
To honor the Textile history of Haralson County, a museum of the Textile Industry in Bremen has been created inside Sewell Mill. Eventually a Textile Trail will be created extending the history to include locations from Dalton, GA. to West Point, GA with all the small communities in between. To visit the Textile Museum, contact Caron at 770.537.1772 thesewellmill.org
605 Alabama Ave. (Map)
35 Price Creek Rd. (Map)
914 Pacific Ave. (Map)
432 Gordon St. (Map)
28 Price Creek Rd. (Map)
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
125 Hwy. 27 Bypass (Map)
Microtel Inn & Suites
104 Price Creek Rd. (Map)
Quality Inn & Suites
1077 Alabama Ave.
Bremen, GA 30110