Historic Living… Historic House Museums

photo by Michelle Mechem

If you follow me on Instagram (historiclivingchick,) or are a part of my private Facebook Group- Historic Living Atlanta, you know I love old houses. I was able to go on two of the Phoenix Flies tours before they were halted due to COVID-19. If you too were thwarted from your chosen historic tour, here are a list of Historic House Museums that are open outside of our beloved Phoenix Flies. As with everything else, you may need to wait awhile for these museums to reopen. Please check the websites in advance. In the meantime, the websites give an amazing glimpse into what Georgia has to offer. Click on the name of the museum to be taken to the website.


The Atlanta History Center

The Swan House

The Smith Family Farm

City of Atlanta

The Hammonds House Museum

The Wren’s Nest

The Martin Luther King Jr Birth Home

The Margaret Mitchell House

Rhodes Hall

The Herndon Home



Holiday Dorsey Fife Musuem


Dekalb County History Center     Benjamin Swanton House, Biffle Cabin, Mary Gay House and Thomas Barber Cabin


Bulloch Hall

Barrington Hall

Archibald Smith Plantation


William Root House Museum


Field Trips in Georgia Outside of Metro Atlanta


Chief Vann House


McDaniel Tichenor House


The Hay House


Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home


Andalusia Farm- Home of Flannery O’Connor

Old Governor’s Mansion

Warm Springs

The Little White House


Hills and Dales Estate


Pebble Hill Plantation

Cumberland Island

Plum Orchard Mansion


Andrew Low House  Home of the founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Lowe

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

Davenport House

Green Medrim House

Harper-Fowlkes House

King Tisdell Cottage

The Mercer Williams House

Owens Thomas House and Slave Quarters








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