Old Governor’s Mansion
Old Governor's Mansion
The Old Governor's Mansion is considered one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the United States and currently serves as a house museum that interprets the life of Georgia's governors.
Formerly the home of Georgia's governors, this 1830s National Historic Landmark now is part of Georgia College & State University. Lord Aeck Sargent performed extensive site investigations and worked with paint and historic interiors consultants before embarking on the restoration.
Significant alterations in the 1960s necessitated detailed field investigations to determine the Mansion's original configuration. The firm provided architectural services for a complete restoration, as well as the design of 2,300 sf of new construction to provide space for education and a visitors center.
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