Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum

Effective immediately, following precautionary recommendations regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and Glynn County officials, the Jekyll Island Authority (JIA) will be closing the following indoor amenities and programming, until further notice:

  • Mosaic, Jekyll Island Museum and Historic District facilities
  • Faith Chapel
  • Jekyll Island Convention Center
  • Georgia Sea Turtle Center Gallery and Viewing Pavilion

Injured sea turtles can still be reported by calling: 912-264-7218 or 1-800-2SAVEME (800-272-8363).

All other public facilities and amenities will continue to operate under normal business hours.

The JIA has stringent precautionary measures in place, including hand-sanitizing stations and pumps at all authority-owned facilities, to ensure the safety and well-being of those living, visiting and working on the island. The JIA will continue to monitor developments and information surrounding COVID-19’s (coronavirus) potential impact on travel to and around Jekyll Island. For the most up-to-date information, please visit

The completely renovated and reimagined Jekyll Island Museum guides you through the rich cultural and natural history of Georgia’s most intriguing barrier island. In-depth and interactive exhibits draw you in, while stunning visuals and audio tell the tale of this magical island. The new museum, Mosaic, features more exhibit space, more artifacts, and a new multi-purpose room. Constructed completely within the existing footprint of the historic stables building, the new design highlights the building’s construction with high lofted ceilings and open space.

Admission to Mosaic Gallery is included with Landmark Tour.

Address: 100 Stable Rd., Jekyll Island, GA 31527

Phone: 912.635.4036

Website: Shop Mosaic Gift Shop

Hours: Daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Cost: $9 for adults (13+ years), $7 for children (4 to 12 years), free for children 3 and under