John Marlor House, 1830
The Marlor House and Gardens through the years. Have a photo of this facility you'd like to see here? Email us!
Located at 201 N Wayne St, Milledgeville, GA.
You'll find our offices, regular galleries, and some events here, in the Marlor House. It's always free to visit, so come on in! This facility is ADA compliant/handicap accessible. Dedicated parking is available on the right side of the building and guests can enter through the front door or the back door (ramp is available at back door). Anyone is welcome to enjoy the small garden located at the back of the house.
The John Marlor House was built by architect John Marlor as a wedding present for his second wife, Ann Carlton Marlor. John Marlor was born on February 11, 1789 in England, and died in Milledgeville on October 13, 1835.
This two-over-two clapboard house with shed rooms was renovated in the 1970-80s to house Allied Arts offices and the Elizabeth Marlor Bethune Art Gallery. To learn more and see the architecture for yourself, you can visit and request a tour.
This facility can be rented - additional fees may be required for renting outside of regular business hours due to a staff presence being required. The second story is not currently accessible by the public.