Heritage arts, architecture, and history is an important part of what we do. Allied Arts currently manages five facilities: the John Marlor House (where our main offices and art galleries are located), Allen's Market (where classes, workshops, and performances are reguarly held), the Black Heritage Plaza (where outdoor performances are regularly held), the Marlor Cottage, and the Griffin-Baugh cottage. Neither cottage is currently available for public use, but Allied Arts is working with grant organizations and Friends of Allied Arts to get these buildings restored. For more information about each building, check out the tabs dedicated to each facility.

Would you like to bring your class or group to take a historical tour of the Marlor House?

 

Give us a call at 478-452-3950 to schedule a group tour. For classes, we suggest taking a look at our study guide (which has a Civil War era focus).

You can also take a self-guided historical tour by scanning the QR code located near the doors.

The Marlor House is free to visit.