The Big House Museum


The Big House is the house where members of the Allman Brothers Band, their families, roadies and friends lived from 1970 to 1973. Located at 2321 Vineville Avenue in historic Macon, Georgia, the three-story Grand Tudor offers big sunny rooms, high ceilings, stained glass windows, fireplaces, and French doors. In June of 1994, Warren Haynes, Matt Abts and Allen Woody took up residence at the Big House, taking over the Archive rooms and setting up instruments, equipment and rehearsal space  before embarking on their first shows as Gov’t Mule. The Big House Museum celebrates the music, dreams, everyday lives and legacy of the Allman Brothers Band. Visit the Museum website.

As of May 20, 2018, the Eat A Peach Tribute Guitar will have a new home in the  Big House Museum. Museum  director Richard Brent says: “I have played this guitar and I am here to tell you that it plays and sounds every bit as good as it looks! We are honored to have this at The Big House Museum for fans from all over to play and enjoy.”