This 1842 Victorian cottage is the birthplace of Sidney Lanier, one of Georgia's most famous citizens, a poet who is best known for "The Marshes of Glynn." The wedding gown of Lanier's wife, Mary Day, is on display; Scarlett O'Hara would have been pea green with envy over the bride's ultratiny waist. The house is outfitted in furnishings of the period and is home to the Middle Georgia Historical Society.