Friends of Gaineswood
Preserving the Past – Ensuring the Future
Mission: To preserve, promote and serve as an advocate for Gaineswood National Historic Landmark.
Founded in 1994, the Friends of Gaineswood’s mission is to ensure the restoration, preservation and interpretation of this National Historic Landmark. Gaineswood’s heritage and history enriches Alabama, the Black Belt, Marengo County, Demopolis, surrounding communities and the many visitors who are drawn to the area.
Major Restoration Projects
The Friends of Gaineswood, in conjunction with the Alabama Historical Commission and the City of Demopolis have completed the following projects with support from the Save America’s Treasures grant program:
- Dome Restoration in Dining Room and Parlor
- Structural stabilization and reroofing of Drawing Room
- Drawing Room ceiling stabilization
- Improved drainage
- North portico column stabilization
- Restoration of second floor walls and windows adjacent to domes
- Extensive foundation repair
- Installation of disabled-access ramp
- Reconstruction of garden walls and urns
- Repair of shutters and basement windows
- Repairs and painting of the main house, gazebo and gate house
Preservation in Action
- Become a Volunteer: Click here and let us know your interest.
- Become a Member: For an annual donation of $50, you can become a member of Friends of Gaineswood. Click here to make your donation.
Friends of Gaineswood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation; therefore, your contribution is tax deductible.
Free Admission to Museum for a Year
Free admission for family for one year
Small Sartain Print
Free admission for family for 1 year
Large Sartain Print
$5,000 and Up
Drawing Room Level
Free Admission for family for a lifetime
Large sartain print
Flutina CD recording
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