Attention: Hay House is developing a plan to reopen the museum to the public. The date when tours will resume has not been determined. When a date is selected, Hay House will open for tours by appointment only following State and CDC guidelines.
As a museum, Hay House shares with its visitors the philosophy of historic preservation and introduces them to preservation methods and technology. Hay House has become a center for educational, civic, and cultural events.
Purchase your museum tickets today for a guided tour. Each tour teaches visitors about the national significance of the architecture, its technological advances, and its artistic sophistication. Guests also hear a rich social history: the Johnstons, Feltons, and Hays were all historically significant families, adapting the house to their own lifestyles. Each year, approximately 15,000-20,000 visitors enjoy the house’s decorative arts collection, stained-glass windows, and handsome cabinetry.
For those who would like to see an exclusive 360 degree view of Macon, take our Top of the House Tour. This tour allows guest into the two-level Cupola and is offered in addition to the regular tour. This tour does require additional stairs and walking involved.
Click HERE to learn more about Hay House and our guided tour from an article featured in Georgia State Homes
Monday-Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm tours begin at the top of every hour. Last tour begins at 3:00 pm.
Sunday: Open from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Last tour begins at 3:00 p.m.
We also offer Behind the Scenes Tours twice a month.
Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Christmas Eve only the Behind the Scenes Tour is offered.
Seniors (Ages 65+) and Military with ID: $10
Students (ages 6-college with ID): $7
Group rates (20+ more guests with a reservation): $9
School groups with reservations: $4
Under age 6 and members of The Georgia Trust: FREE
Top of the House Tours $4.00 per person
*All tour pricing does not include tax.
To reserve museum tickets for group tours or school groups, call 478-742-8155 and ask for the Director of Collections and Programs.