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Hammonds House Museum

503 Peeples Street
Atlanta, GA 30310
404-612-0481

DBE Status:
Black-Owned

Open - Changes to operations


Visit Hammonds House Museum and immerse yourself in culture! Founded in 1988, Hammonds House Museum was established to fill a void where artists of color were under exposed and excluded from the mainstream art world. Today the museum continues this vigilance to ensure that many voices are heard and that artists of African descent are able to tell their stories as seen through their unique lens. Hammonds House Museum offers engaging exhibitions, artist talks, book signings, film screenings, classes, youth programming and other unique events to help visitors gain insight into the cultural and artistic significance of the works they experience at the Hammonds House Museum and more broadly, the rich culture of the African Diaspora. We look forward to seeing you at the Hammonds House Museum!

Safety Measures

Your safety and the safety of our staff and volunteers are important to us. We have put protocols in place so you can enjoy your Hammonds House Museum experience and feel confident that you are in a safe space. Our new guidelines are as follows: 1. If you are sick please STAY AT HOME. Our staff will do the same. 2. WEAR A MASK at all times in the museum. 3. TIMED-ENTRY PASSES are required. 4. Practice SOCIAL DISTANCING. Directional guidance will be provided. 5. WASH AND SANITIZE YOUR HANDS.

HOURS Monday -Thursday CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC Friday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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