Upcoming Events

Special Exhibitions and Programs

Fathers and Sons Special Exhibit: February 25-April 29, 2017

From the people who brought you the exhibit Mothers and Daughters last year, this year we explore men's clothing from the 19th century. This exhibit is guest curated by PNJW Collections.

Join us on Saturday, April 1st at 11am for a lecture about the exhibit from Phillip and Janine Whiteman, owners of PNJW Collections.

Mansion Series Lectures 
The museum continues its popular lecture series with intriguing lectures on regional topics and historical events. All lectures are free and open to the public. For more information, please call 478-445-4545 or email Director Matt Davis at matt.davis@gcsu.edu. This season's lecture dates are:

Wednesday, March 29 at 6pm: Dr. Lauren Acker

Wednesday, April 12 at 6pm: Dr. James Hill Welborn II

Monday, April 24 at 6pm: Dr. Jessica Wallace

Doll Wedding and High Tea: Saturday April 8 from 2 pm to 4 pm 
Come and experience a recreation of Mary Virginia Brown's 1859 doll wedding held with pomp and circumstance at Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion.  In addition, participants will witness a maypole celebration, enjoy a full high tea with historic recipes, and go through Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion on a tour that focuses on women and children.  Advance reservations are required.  Adults: $20, Students/Children $15.  Please call 478-445-4545 for more information.

Music at the Mansion: Saturday, April 22 at 6pm

Have a seat on our lawn and enjoy the musical stylings of the Georgia College Music Department. Bring a blanket, a picnic, and your family and friends for a wonderful night! This is a free event but donations will be accepted benefiting both Georigia's Old Governor's Mansion and the Georgia College Music Department.

Blue Star Museum Program: Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion salutes active-duty military personnel and their families by joining with more than 1500 museums across the nation to offer free admission to service members and their families from Memorial Day to Labor Day.