Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum

Welcome to Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum, one of the Georgia's most prized attractions. Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum opened in 1972 as a historic house and history museum. Our mission is to tell the story of Martha Berry and Berry College through exhibitions, events and educational programming.

Tours begin at the Martha Berry Museum where guests can tour the permanent exhibition that traces the evolution of the Berry Schools into Berry College. The Martha Berry Museum also includes an art gallery and temporary exhibitions.

The current exhibition is "Sanctuary at Berry: Wildlife Photography by Gena Flanigen." The exhibit includes displays of photographs that show a variety of of birds, reptiles, and mammals found on Berry’s campus throughout the year. Along with the photographs and interactive touchscreen display, guests will see specimens on loan from Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta, GA. The exhibit offers a chance to examine the unique and rich history of the cohabitation between humans and wild animals on the college campus. 

Oak Hill is the Greek revival home of Martha Berry, founder of Berry College. Visitors receive a guided tour of the dwelling led by Berry College students. Guests may also tour the home's three outbuildings, as well as Oak Hill's gardens.  

The facilities and grounds are available for touring. Please see our Hours of Operation for more information or contact The Martha Berry Museum at (706) 368-6777. 

We are located at:
24 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Rome, GA 30161

For more information please call us at (706) 368-6789

**Check out Berry College's new virtual tour of Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum.

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