Tucked into a former residence on Spring Street in Warm Springs, catty-corner to the Bulloch House, is the new Follow the Leaders ... Wax Museum.
Preston Evans also owns three other museums in town in the courtyard area of the downtown Warm Springs.
Those three museums, which feature vintage motorcycles, magic paraphernalia, jukeboxes and other collectibles, have been open since 2008.
The wax museum opens this weekend.
The first things visitors see are two vintage cars. One is a 1934 Rolls Royce and the other is a 1955 Mercedes Benz. Inside, there are 34 wax figures.
He bought the wax figures from a similar museum in Kentucky that closed. The figures, Evans said, were created by Katherine Stubergh, an acclaimed wax figure maker.
The figure he is most proud to acquire is the one of Albert Einstein made in 1947. Stubergh made a mold of his face. The most unique thing of this figure is both Stubergh and Einstein signed the piece. The signatures are on the nape of the neck.
Many of the figures are presidents -- Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Abraham Lincoln. Other figures include Billy Graham, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Neil Armstrong, Rudolph Valentino and Dolly Parton.
There's a Wild West scene with Belle Starr, Davey Crockett and Jesse James. Another room features notable people from the Civil Rights era.
Yet another room shows John Wilkes Booth shooting President Lincoln, who is sitting beside his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln.
Evans bought the house four years ago.
"I planned that I'd do something" with the house, he said. Currently, he's just one of a very few people building attractions in Warm Springs, he said.
Evans even started a Thai restaurant in Warm Springs.
"I'm pleased with what's happening" in his adopted hometown. He's originally from Gordon, Ga.
Right now, he's working on acquiring Stubergh's rendition of the Lord's Supper. Evans is also a huge fan of Marilyn Monroe, and he's looking to add a wax figure of her.