As stated on the museum's website -- "In 1969, a revolution was launched from the streets of Macon, consisting of guitars, bass, keyboards, drums, and a uniquely spirited brotherhood. The revolutionaries of record were the Allman Brothers Band, who, as the founders of what became known as Southern rock, changed the course of popular American music and turned Macon into the recording hot bed of the 1970s."
Book a private tour anytime by reaching out to The Big House OR visit the museum Thursday through Saturday, 11am-6pm and Sunday 11am-4pm. Plus! Be sure to connect with the Big House to watch out for live musical performances as they are announced on the lawn.