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Holidays in Macon

Where Holidays Ignite The Soul

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Season of Soul

This is your Season of Soul. Macon Music is Calling.

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Discover Ocmulgee Mounds

Over 17,000 Years of History

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History and Culture Come to Life

Dive Deep Into African Tradition Through Authentic African Art at the Southeast's largest museum dedicated to the Art, History and Culture of African Americans.

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Construction starts on Macon Amphitheater

Watch The Live Webcam

Did you know Macon will soon have an amphitheater? Construction has already started and you can watch it from home thanks to a live webcam provided by Piedmont Construction Group. Click the picture to watch the webcam and learn more about what this exciting new attraction will bring to both our locals and visitors!


Discover Our Great Outdoors

Come take it all in.

Macon, Georgia is a nature lover’s wonderland. Nestled in the middle of the state, it’s the perfect place for a weekend getaway to experience the great outdoors. Hike through 180 acres of upland forest at Amerson River Park, pick fresh produce at Lane Southern Orchards or Dickey Farms, hop on your bike for a ride through our Historic Downtown, or kayak along the bubbling Ocmulgee River with help from Ocmulgee Outdoor Expeditions.

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Containing 180 acres of pristine forest, meadows, and wetlands surrounded by the Ocmulgee River.


Historic & Inspiring

Macon, Georgia has a rich and diverse history whose origin is traced back over 17,000 years ago, as different tribes of Native Americans lived on the site that is now the Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park. Macon is named after North Carolina statesman Nathaniel Macon, Come...

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Step Back in Time

At the Hay House, a stunning historical landmark in the heart of Macon, Georgia At the Hay House, a...