Open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00am - 4:00pm
Closed on Sundays, Mondays, Saturday UGA Football Home Games, and Holidays
Address & Directions
175 Hill Street
Athens, GA 30601
We are located just off of Prince Avenue in downtown Athens at the corner of Hill and Pope Streets, across from Firehouse #2. An entrance to the parking lot behind the house is located off Pope Street.
We appreciate a $2.00 donation per head for adults
Free to children and students
(706) 369-3513 phone
(706) 354-1054 fax
The T.R.R. Cobb House looks at different ways to present our 19th century Southern History. Whether through changing exhibits, display cases, or period furnishings, the Museum seeks to tell the story of what is was like to live in the mid-19th century in Georgia for T.R.R. Cobb and those around him. In doing so we seek out the most up to date, credible research to support that story and present it as part of our shared history.
The T.R.R. Cobb House is divided into two basic exhibition spaces. The Main Floor is set up as it might have looked during the period of 1852-1862 and is furnished with original pieces from the Cobb and related families, as well as other Athens families. The Upper Floor is of a more contemporary nature, with temporary exhibits, staff offices, and classroom space for field trips. Beginning mid-July 2019, “The Wanderer: A Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the American South” exhibit will be available to view, and in mid-August 2019, an exhibit about an archaeology dig at one of Howell Cobb’s homes will be available to view.