In the early 1970s, the Grand Tudor-style mansion here served as the communal hub around which the family and musical world of the Allman Brothers Band revolved. With three stories, 6,000-square-feet, 18 rooms, a spacious kitchen, glorious bay windows and an inviting front porch, it became known as the “Big House.”
Dickey Betts wrote “Blue Sky” in the living room and “Ramblin’ Man” in the kitchen of the Big House. “Please Call Home”, “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More”, “Leave My Blues at Home” and “Midnight Rider” were all composed by Gregg Allman while living there.
Thursday through Sunday each week, from 11am -6pm (last tour 5:30pm)
Seniors & Active Military: $8
Children 3-10: $4
Allman Brothers Home & Museum
2321 Vineville Avenue
Macon GA 31204