The Big House Museum is open Thursday through Saturday from 11am – 6pm (gate closes at 5:15 PM) and Sunday from 11am – 4pm (gate closes at 5:15 PM).
The museum is located at 2321 Vineville Avenue in Macon, Georgia.
the old dining room
The pool table in this room was once housed with Gregg and Cher. The display cases showcase items from the band from 1973 to present. See rare items such as Lamar Williams’ jacket that he wore while performing at a benefit for then-Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter’s presidential campaign in 1975.
the living room
Display cases show off instruments, phone books and hand written lyrics to many of the band’s work. Stand and gaze out the window where Dickey Betts wrote “Blue Sky” and you will see the church that is referenced in this iconic song.
the "casbah" / music room
This was the getaway room that was enjoyed by all. It includes a stereo and LPs that everyone listened to. This room is also home to the infamous 7 head shower.
the roadie room
This room is sponsored by Craig Stevens’ family. The hardest working folks in the rock world are the roadies. And the ABB roadies are legendary. This room is a tribute to all of them, both past and present. Originally this was Duane Allman’s daughter Galadrielle’s nursery.
candace oakley and gregg allman room
Displays in this room include a rotating jewelry case full of rare ephemera, items from Sea Level, the one and only Twiggs Lyndon, Jaimoe, Buffalo Evans, Allen Woody, and others! Concert posters from every era grace the walls.