Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum

24 Veterans Memorial Highway, NE, Rome, GA 30161 - United States





A magnificent example of Greek revival architecture, Oak Hill was the home of Berry College founder Martha Berry. Extensively redesigned in 1927, Oak Hill opened as a house museum when the Martha Berry Museum opened on the estate in 1972. Today, it is preserved as it was when she lived there. The estate boasts over 100-acres of gardens and trails, and the museum houses a remarkable collection of art and exhibitions. Visit www.berry.edu/oakhill/ or call (706)368-6789 to find out more.


Take a 30 minute docent led tour of Martha Berry's home, Oak Hill, and Aunt Martha's Cottage. Afterwards, visit the historic gardens, Carriage House, and The Martha Berry Museum's special exhibition and permanent galleries at your own pace. Tours of the Oak Hill home will be offered at 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, and 3:00pm.

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