Admissions & Hours


Georgia Writers Museum is free to the public.

We rely on donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations to support our on-going public programming. Please consider becoming a member or making a tax-deductible gift to Georgia Writers Museum.

FREE Admission


Thursday & Friday   10-5

Saturday                  10-3

Sunday-Wednesday, By Appointment Only

Schedule A Tour

For tours between Sunday and Wednesday or Groups of 10 or more: Please fill out the form below, and a member of GWM will contact you shortly.

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Are you ready for a break from golfing, tennis and the lake?  Feel the need for a little educational enrichment?  Jump in the car and head west on GA-44 for a scant 14 miles.  Turn right onto S. Jefferson Ave and Georgia Writers Museum will be on your right in just 300 ft.  Welcome to a step back in time!

Escape from the Atlanta congestion and take a short one-hour drive to Eatonton.  Take I-20 from the east side of I-285 and travel 45.6 miles to Exit 114 (Historic Madison, GA).  Turn right onto US-441 for 17.6 miles through some beautiful rolling farming country until you reach N. Jefferson Ave/Madison Rd.  Take a left and 1.5 miles later you will arrive, and Georgia Writers Museum will be on your left.  Welcome!

Have you just dropped off or visited your kids at Georgia College & State University? Perhaps you’re a student at GCSU and want a little break?  Head to Eatonton.   There are a couple of routes, but this is by far the most scenic.  Take GA-212 W to US-129 N/Gray Rd SW in Putnam County for 15.5 miles.  Continue on Gray Rd SW to Eatonton.  Continue straight to say on S Jefferson Ave and Georgia Writers Museum will be on the right.  Welcome! We hope you brought some friends!

Head east on I-16E and use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1A for U.S. 23 S/U.S. 129 N/GA-49 N.  Take a left and go 6 miles to the Gray Bypass to US-129N.  Turn left onto US-129N and in 21.5 miles, take Oak St for 2.3 miles and Oak St will eventually change to S. Jefferson Ave.  Georgia Writers Museum will be on your right.  Enjoy!

The Classic City has much to offer, but if you want to step back in time, head down to Eatonton. It’s only an hour drive and a straight shot down US-129/US-441 S.  From the Athens bypass take Exit 4A for US-129/US-441 S for 55.6 miles, and then take a left onto N. Jefferson Ave/Madison Rd. Continue on N. Jefferson Ave for 1.5 miles (it will turn into S. Jefferson) and the Georgia Writers Museum is on your left.  You have arrived!

We’re only about a 1 ½ hour drive from downtown Augusta.  Take I-20 W to GA-44 W in Greene County. Take exit 130 from I-20 W and turn left.  You’ll then drive a short 20 miles and you will arrive in Eatonton.  When you get to the town square, take a right and Georgia Writers Museum is on your right in 300 feet.  Take a deep breath and take in the beautiful small town.

Make it a Day Trip!