The Allman Brothers Museum Tiny Tour


Caris Weinberg

A room in the Allman Brothers Museum at the big house.


In 2009, the Allman Brothers Museum at The Big House opened to the public to preserve and recognize the history of the Allman Brothers Band. From 1970 until 1973, the Allman Brothers lived at 2321 Vineville Avenue, Macon, GA, as well as other band members, family, and friends. Its location was ideal for its proximity to Capricorn Records, a record label the manager had opened in Macon, which they later signed with and recorded.