Fodor's Expert Review The Big House - The Allman Brothers Band Museum

Macon Museum/Gallery

Affectionately known as the Big House, this large Tudor-style building was home to members of the Allman Brothers Band and their families during the early 1970s. It was here that they collaborated and wrote some of the band's early songs, which would eventually bring them stardom and launch a new genre of music—Southern rock. In 2010, the home was restored and opened as a museum showcasing the band's guitars, clothing, photographs, posters, gold records, and other memorabilia. It's now home to the largest collection of Allman Brothers Band memorabilia in the world.

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2321 Vineville Ave.
Macon, Georgia  31204, USA

478-741–5551

www.thebighousemuseum.com

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $7, Thurs.–Sun. 11–6, $10, Closed Mon.–Wed., $15

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