Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum

The Martha Berry Museum was dedicated on October 7, 1972, the result of a gift from Mary Reynolds Morton, who recognized a need for a museum to house Berry’s impressive art collection.  Today, the Martha Berry Museum’s timeline exhibition details the history of the Berry Schools and contains dozens of rare photographs and artifacts.  Traveling art exhibitions are hosted regularly. The Martha Berry Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and guided tours are available. 

Place Type

Historic

Website

berry.edu

Upcoming Events

DAR Atlanta 45

In 1904, two years after Martha Berry founded her school in the foothills of Northwest Georgia, this visionary Georgia Daughter spoke about her work to the...

10/14 10am
Berry Family Christmas

Oak Hill mansion has been decorated in a manner that the Berry Family of the late 19th century would recognize - decorations reflect the traditions and...

12/1 4pm
Berry Family Christmas

Oak Hill mansion has been decorated in a manner that the Berry Family of the late 19th century would recognize - decorations reflect the traditions and...

12/8 4pm
GMAG tours

1/17/2018 11am
GMAG tours

1/18/2018 11am

Recent Events

Easter Egg Hunt

4/10/2017

Easter Egg Hunt

4/10/2017

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