The Herndon Home Museum
The Herndons, one of the most prominent Black families in Atlanta’s history, sharply reflect the city’s distinctive development as a center for Black business, education, and culture. From Alonzo Herndon’s rise from slavery to leadership in the Black business community, the Herndons are unique resource of local and national significance in the interpretation of Black struggle and achievement.
Designated a National Historic Landmark in 2000, The Herndon Home is a lasting tribute to the hard work and talent of the Herndon Family. The Herndon Home opened as a tour museum in 1983.
Latest News & Events
See All News
In 1987, Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month in perpetuity. During this time the entire nation honors the extraordinary achievements of American women. Join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Adrienne McNeil Herndon, mother of Norris Bumstead Herndon and architect of the Herndon Home Museum. In dedication to the lasting legacy of Adrienne …Read more »
Black History Month Herndon Celebration series See below for details on the Herndon Home Museum 2018 Black history Series. For questions or reservations call 404.581.9813 Free Tour Days February 6th & 8th – Celebrating Adrienne Herndon Free tours to Atlanta University Alum and Current Students Tuesday, February 13th 10AM …Read more »