The Mable House Complex includes the Arts Center, Barnes Amphitheatre and historic Mable House property. A facility of Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department, the complex offers gallery exhibitions, theatre productions, concerts, field trips, summer camps, tours and meeting space (for non-profit, arts-related organizations). The facility is located in south Cobb County.
MH Complex Operating Hours
Arts Center: Monday through Thursday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Call ahead for week-end or added hours as required by special events or programs. Closed Fridays. 770-819-3285
Historic House: Call 770-819-3285 for more information
Amphitheatre Box Office Hours: The MHBA Box office will be open Wednesdays - Saturdays seasonally, noon until 6:00 pm. Call the box office at 770-819-7765 for hours on ticketed show days. Sorry, NO tickets will be sold by phone.
Amphitheatre Hours (for tours and rental information) Call ahead to 770-819-2943 to make an appointment
Arts Center Classes
The Mable House Arts Center is taking registration for Winter and Spring Session classes. We have classes to fit various ages and experience. Check out our listings! Spring 2016 and Home school Spring 2016 Session Art Enrichment Classes. To acess online registration visit the PARKS page at Active Net
Summer Camp 2016
Join us this summer for an Artists inspired camp! See full listing here of all the camps classes and camps this summer at The Mable House! Registration begins March 9th at 9:30am. Call 770-819-3285 for any questions. For online registration visit, ActiveNet
Peter and the Starcatcher
Registration to audition for The Theatre Project's fall production of Peter and the Starcatcher will begin June 21st. For more details visit The Theatre Project page.
To learn about other venues, classes and opportunities being offered through the Cobb County Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department, please click HERE
The Mableton Connection
Watch how Mableton received its name and the connection to our Mable House Complex. Mableton History