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The Robert Toombs House Historic Site is a state park and historic site in Washington, Georgia. It features the National Historic Landmark that is the Robert Toombs House.

The Robert Toombs House Historic Site is noted for its connections to Robert Toombs. Toombs was a former Confederate general and cabinet member. He was also a successful planter and lawyer who also made a mark in helping create the Georgia Constitution of 1877. The house itself was built in 1794 by Dr. Joel Abbott, a number of additions were made by General Toombs later on.

Today, the Robert Toombs House Historic Site features the house as a historic museum as well as a picnic area. Visitors can enjoy museum exhibits, garden tours, and educational programs at the site.
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