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I was so looking forward to seeing this museum but to my surprise, it was closed! Drove all the way from south Florida, but it was my fault. I did not read the whole webpage. Did get to go to the burial site, so all...More
Even for the non fan the music playing in the background and the one pager of background bring the many artifacts alive. We spent two hours but you could do that a few times. Lots of connections with other bands. One floor strictly memorabilia with...More
Husband & I really enjoyed our visit to the Big House. We enjoy all types of music, the history within these walls (& the adjacent grounds as well) made for a really fun afternoon. The hand-outs given to guests as you begin the walking tour...More
If you are interested at all in music of the day or the Allman Brothers Band, this is a stop for you. If they can they be called docents, are very knowledgeable and helpful. The house itself is historic and lovely, the exhibits are artistic...More
We aren’t huge fans but do enjoy Allman Brothers music. This museum provides an in-depth look at their lives and music. An interesting insight into an iconic band. The museum provides a map for a driving tour of ABB sites in Macon. We ran out...More
If you are a fan, this has to be on your list of must-see locations. The place is like a history book of the Brothers. As a guitar player, standing in the room where Duane slept and the room where Gov’t Mule started was an...More
This was an excellent day trip for us, lots to see there, just a tad bit of southern rock history. The staff was very informed regarding the Big House, if you like ABB authentic memorabilia this is the place. We enjoyed ourselves... cool museum...and you...More
We had a nice visit and got to see some very cool artifacts and learn more details about the band. I’ve seen them in concert a few times and they are in the rock ‘n’ roll Hall of Fame for a reason. A nice place...More
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Depends on what you consider “getting your moneys worth”. The museum/house is not large but they have a lot of interesting artifacts and memorabilia in display glasses throughout. I’m the type of person who likes to take my... More
Depends on what you consider “getting your moneys worth”. The museum/house is not large but they have a lot of interesting artifacts and memorabilia in display glasses throughout. I’m the type of person who likes to take my time and read and view everything when I tour a museum. If you’re like me give yourself 2 to 2.5 hours. Otherwise, if not concerned with all the details hour, hour and half. Talk with the staff if you have the opportunity. Great people who have interesting stories about the band. A lot of pride went into the museum and it shows.