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Old Governor's Mansion

  • 120 South Clarke Street
    Milledgeville, GA 31061
  • Phone: (478) 445-4545

Built as the Executive Mansion, it was home to the governors of Georgia from 1838 to 1868.  It was occupied by General Sherman during his March to the Sea.  It now serves as an historic house museum.  The Mansion is one of the most perfect examples of Greek Revival architecture in Georgia and recently opened its doors to the public after a three year historic restoration.  The Mansion is open for public tours Tuesday thru Saturday, 10-4 and Sunday, 2-4 with tours every hour.  View Old Governor's Mansion as a 360 degree panovision video!

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Details Recurring weekly on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until Nov 1, 2018   |  Details Location: Old Governor's Mansion
This exhibit explores the Brown family ‘Crazy Quilt’ made by Governor Brown’s wife, Elizabeth Grisham Brown, and his daughter, Mary…
Details Sep 25, 2018   |  Details Location: Old Governor's Mansion
Please join the Mansion's education building for a discussion on a new Civil War diary book. Editor Janet Croon will be discussing…