The Georgia Historical Society has announced that Super Museum Sunday, part of the annual Georgia History Festival, has been postponed until Sunday, May 2.

“While we regret that this action is necessary, we believe that it is the prudent course to ensure the safety of all participating sites and the thousands who annually participate in this event,” said Patricia Meagher, director of communications for the Georgia Historical Society.

Super Museum Sunday is part of the annual Georgia History Festival and is typically held each February to commemorate the founding of the Georgia colony on Feb. 12, 1733.

Each year, thousands of Georgians and visitors alike experience the state’s rich history and cultural life as historic sites, house museums, art museums, and other points of interest in Savannah and throughout Georgia open their doors to the public, providing an exceptional opportunity to experience Georgia history.

All in-person activities associated with the Georgia History Festival are subject to modification or cancellation due to pandemic-related capacity and/or operating restrictions. Contact individual sites for specific COVID-19 policies and procedures.

More information about this and other Festival events will be made available at georgiahistoryfestival.org.