Since 1981, thousands of people from around the world have experienced art and history at the Tubman African American Museum. We are not just a museum – we are an educational adventure through time.
It all started in 1981, when Father Richard Keil made a down payment on a dilapidated former warehouse in downtown Macon. Named for Harriet Tubman, the “Black Moses” who led hundreds of slaves to freedom, the Tubman Museum has grown over the years to become the largest institution of its type and a key educational and cultural resource for the entire southeast region.
Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Adults – $10.00
Adult Group Rate (15+) – $8.00
Children/Teens (age 3-17) – $6.00
School or youth groups – 1 complimentary adult admission for every 15 children or students
AAA members – $8.00*
AARP members – $8.00*
Seniors (55+) and College Students – $8.00*
Educators – $8.00*
Military – $8.00*
*with valid ID
Tubman Museum Members – Free
Tubman African American Museum
310 Cherry Street
Macon, Georgia 31201