Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Georgia.

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The Andrew Low House
In 1847 the wealthy cotton factor Andrew Low chose John Norris to design a house and moved into his grand new house in 1849, includes family history located at Savannah.
The Georgia Trust - Rhodes Hall
Built in 1904, it was originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, and includes information on the museum and events located at Atlanta.
The Hay House
Located in Macon and built in the late 1850s in an elaborate Italianate style by entrepreneur William Johnston. Features events, tour hours, and directions.
Herndon Home
The home of Alonzo Herndon, now a museum and National Historic Landmark. Located in Atlanta.
Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House Museum
Visitor information, news, events, and galleries. Located in Fayetteville.
Margaret Mitchell House
Features photographs and archival exhibits that tell the story of the author of the classic novel, "Gone With The Wind". Includes details of displays, upcoming events, history of the house, photos, hours, ticket prices, membership and directions. Located in Atlanta.
Mercer Williams House Museum
Provides a tour of home designed by architect John Norris for General Hugh Mercer, great grandfather of Johnny Mercer and constructed in the 1860s. Features 18th and 19th century furniture, portraits, drawings and Chinese export porcelain. Located in Savannah.
Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum
Exhibits in a Colonial revival home tell the story of Martha Berry and Berry College through events, exhibitions and educational programming. Includes a calendar of events and a gift shop in Mount Berry.
The Old Governor's Mansion
Features events, tours, historical and restoration images, and educational resources. Located in Milledgeville.
William Harris Homestead
Heritage education, depicts 19th century life, local civil war re-enactors, historical and educational tours. Located in Monroe.
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