Harden’s Taxidermy has been located in historic Downtown Thomasville since 1980. Stroll the brick paved streets of historic Downtown Thomasville or visit one of the many museums and you will find that the history of Thomasville is still very much alive.  Plantations, museums and historic home sites are located throughout Thomasville and offer glimpses into the grand Victorian Era, during which Thomasville was known as the “Winter Resort of the South.”

Downtown Shopping 

Thomasville’s Historic Downtown is a shopper’s dream come true, offering   dozens of charming retail shops, antiques, specialty stores and restaurants Thomasville is unique in that it has not only preserved many of its original downtown buildings, but many of its original downtown businesses as well. The restored Victorian storefronts put a lovely face on a fun variety of stores offering everything from proper hunting attire to the perfect little black dress — and great shoes to go with both. The city’s brick-paved streets lend an old world feel to the bustling shopping district.  Thomasville is truly worth the trip.



Thomasville is located 45 miles west of Valdosta, Georgia off I-75 on U.S.  Highway 84 and 35 miles northeast of Tallahassee, Florida, on U.S. Highway 319. The land, known as the Red Hills Region with extremely fertile soil, is home to tall stands of long-leaf pines, graceful live oaks, and a profusion of dogwood, azalea, and wisteria.