Explore & Experience the Legendary Charm of the South

The Taylor-Grady House is excited to participate in the annual Holiday Spirits Museum Mile Tour, scheduled for three Saturdays, December 5th, 12th and 19th. Tour-goers will be transported to Christmases past by experiencing each house museum adorned in period-specific holiday décor, as thoroughly researched by local archivists and historians.  The Church-Waddel-Brumby, T.R.R. Cobb, Taylor-Grady, and Ware-Lyndon Houses will be among the three houses showcased on each different tour. A special theatrical or musical performance will be featured at one house, along with light seasonal refreshments served along the way.

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For details and reservations, call the Athens Welcome Center: 706-353-1820

For online Ticketing: http://athensclarkeheritagefoundation.bigcartel.com/



We invite Brides seeking Fall 2016 dates to make inquiries now

Saturdays are booking fast!!

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UGA 2016 Football Schedule



The Taylor Grady House is a national historic landmark in Athens, GA available for special events, open to the public for tours, and serves as the home of the Junior League of Athens. 

As an Event Venue our goal is to give you the wedding or event of your dreams.  An event that reflects your unique personality and style, and one that will delight you and your guests. 

Photo courtesy of Berrytree Photography

Photo courtesy of Berrytree Photography

As a Museum we are a proud member of the Athens Historic House Museum Association.  

  • Our mission, "...is to provide for a cooperative effort to preserve, interpret, and promote historic resources as vehicles for education, environmental quality, aesthetic appreciation, and heritage tourism."  

  • Our vision, "...[is to] increase the awareness of Athens' architectural and cultural heritage through interpretation of historic resources, making Athens a primary destination for heritage tourists, students of history and the decorative arts, and a source of pride and education for all Athenians."