“We’re moving back from a smaller location on Lucky Street,” said Bill Dunn, the owner of the museum.
He said the previous location was too small for his needs. The 209 N. 13th St. location, the original site of the museum, has twice as much space.
Dunn has pictures of Doc Holliday, guns and relevant court documents at his museum, as well as Western-themed toys.
“A little bit of everything, really,” he said.
One particularly notable feature of the museum is Doc Holliday-related artwork by local artists.
The museum features a bust of Holliday made by Sandra Bray, oil paintings by Shannon Lake and Melanie Handy, and two montages of Doc Holliday and one of Wyatt Earp by Judy Bonkhurst.
Dunn is holding the open house to inform people he is moving the museum to its original location. He said the Griffin-Spalding Historical Society and the Griffin-Spalding Chamber of Commerce often receive calls about visiting Griffin to see things associated with Doc Holliday. During the moving process, he received visitors from as far away as England.
“Every one of these people said, ‘I will return,’” he said.
The open house will last from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. both days. Those interested in finding out more information should call 770-229-2705.