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One of the great historic cities of the American South, Macon is home to 5,500 National Register historic structures in 11 historic districts. Macon attractions feature rich and diverse cultures from 10,000 year-old Native American Indian mounds and the largest collection of ancient African artifacts, to the top 40 musical hits of Little Richard and REM and the 3,000 hits of Hank Aarons bat.

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Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House

  • 2321 Vineville Ave.
  • Macon, GA 31204
  • Phone: (478) 741-5551

The Allman Brothers Band Museum at The Big House is the #1 most visited tourist destination by Trip Advisor with patrons coming from all around the world annually. The house, now a museum and venue space was once the place where members of The Allman Brothers Band, their families, friends and roadies lived, worked and played from 1970 to 1973. We…more

Ocmulgee National Monument

  • 1207 Emery Highway
  • Macon, GA 31217
  • Phone: (478) 752-8257

Journey to the ancient past to discover 17,000 years of Native American Indian heritage just across the Ocmulgee River. Enter the continent's only reconstructed earthlodge, climb to the top of the temple mound, see prehistoric trenches and the site of a colonial British trading post. For hours, tours and programs for student groups, click here for…more

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Bowden Golf Course

  • 3111 Millerfield Road
  • Macon, GA 31211
  • Phone: (478) 742-1610

An 18-hole municipal golf course with driving range,pro shop, and snack bar, this course hosts the Cherry Blossom Four…more

Cannonball House & Museum

  • 856 Mulberry Street
  • Macon, GA 31201
  • Phone: (478) 745-5982

A Greek Revival mansion built in 1853, this was the only house in Macon struck by a cannonball during Stoneman's Raid on…more

Georgia Sports Hall of Fame

  • 301 Cherry Street
  • Macon, GA 31201
  • Phone: (478) 752-1585

Georgia's storied athletic heritage is featured in this 43,000 square foot facility. Educational and interactive…more

Hay House

  • 934 Georgia Avenue
  • Macon, GA 31201
  • Phone: (478) 742-8155

In the mid-1800s, William Butler Johnston was the keeper of the Confederate treasury, but the mansion he built is the…more

Jarrell Plantation

  • 711 Jarrell Plantation Road
  • Juliette, GA 31046
  • Phone: 478-986-5172

Nestled in the red clay hills of Georgia, this cotton plantation was owned by a single family for more than 140 years.…more

John Drew Smith Tennis Center

  • 3280 North Ingle Place
  • Macon, GA 31201
  • Phone: (478) 474-5075

The John Drew Smith Tennis Center is a 24 hard-court lighted complex that has hosted numerous tennis tournaments from…more

Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area

  • 6600 Moseley Dixon Road
  • Macon, GA 31220
  • Phone: (478) 474-8770

Located just outside Macon's city limits, Lake Tobesofkee is a year-round recreation area covering nearly 1800 acres…more

Lane Southern Orchards

  • 50 Lane Drive
  • Fort Valley, GA 31030
  • Phone: (478) 825-3362

Located just outside of Ft. Valley, in the heart of Middle Georgia, Lane Southern Orchards has been growing peaches and…more