HistoryListed on the National Register of Historic Places, the home was built in 1853 as a planter’s townhouse and was named for damage sustained during the War Between the States.
Tickets InformationOur forty-five minute guided tours include the main house and the original two-story brick kitchen and servants' quarters. Tours are offered every half-hour, Monday - Saturday. Learn More
Educational ProgramsThe Cannonball House offers various age-appropriate, curriculum-based programs for pre-K through 12th grades. All programs include a tour of the Cannonball House. Learn More
Take a tour!Discover all the beauty of The Cannonball House and learn more about each historic room of the house, the beautiful garden, and the collectibles in the gift shop. Learn More
MembershipMembership is just one of several ways to support the Cannonball House. Please contact us if you would like information about ensuring the Cannonball House's future. Learn More
The Cannonball House is devoted to acquiring, conserving, interpreting, and exhibiting artifacts reflecting Georgia’s heritage from the antebellum through reconstruction eras. We strive to engage and inspire community members and visitors by presenting authentic and entertaining educational programs, exhibits, and special events through a wide range of history.
How we are funded
The Friends of the Cannonball House, Inc., is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) organization and does not receive any public funding. Tax deductible membership contributions are essential to Day-To-Day operations and make it possible for the house to plan and budget wisely. We strive to be excellent and faithful stewards of your gifts, and we are deeply grateful for your generosity.