Mableton, GA-- The Mable House Arts Center offers classes for children and adults in the arts, both visual and performing, during the fall, winter and spring quarters. In the summer, there are camps for children from ages 4 to 16 in theatre and many differing visual art mediums.
The historic Mable House, ancestral home of the Mable family for whom Mableton was named, is an example of a plantation plain house constructed in 1843. It sits on the remaining 16 acres of the original 400+ acre farm and includes a kitchen house, corn crib, sweet potato house, storage barn, the family cemetery and the original smokehouse and well. It was used as a hospital during the Civil War and is on the National Register of Historic Places.