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Your Spooky Guide and Ghost Tours in Macon, GA

Macon is said to be a pretty haunted place, full of eerie stories and folklore chilling enough for even the biggest paranormal enthusiast. Travel through our historic streets learning of the spooky tales and happy haunts that call Macon home, too. This October is full of hair-raising Halloween activities that you dare not to miss. Here is your ghostly guide to all-things spooky during your stay in Macon. – Don’t say we didn’t warn you…

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La Bella Morelia Story: From Michoacán to Macon, Ga

Along Mulberry Street in Downtown Macon, Georgia stands the historic facade of the brick building housing one of the city's best authentic Mexican restaurants. Near the corner of Third Street, you’ll notice its two stallions surrounding their logo and black painted brickwork. La Bella Morelia has been a Macon staple even before their relocationto Downtown…

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Cherry Blossom Coloring Pages

Macon, Georgia is the Cherry Blossom Capital of the World with over 350,000 Yoshino cherry blossom trees blooming each March. Have fun at home and get creative with the kids (or by yourself!) with these downloadable cherry blossom coloring pages. …

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Bring the Cherry Blossom Festival to You with These Famously Pink Fair Foods

From the beautiful Yoshino cherry blossom trees that decorate Wesleyan College and Downtown Macon to the fun carnival attractions and exhibits at Carolyn Crayton Park​ and its Food Truck Frenzy, the International Cherry Blossom Festival  has been one of Macon’s landmark events ever since its humble inception in 1982. Crowned the Cherry Blossom Capital of the World— Macon, Georgia kicks off the bright and lovely spring season with this signature event…

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Where to See Macon's Cherry Blossom Trees

Spring is almost here, the cherry blossom trees are soon going to bloom and will be seen all around Macon. While you're driving through the city, consider taking the scenic route to view Macon's 350,000 plusYoshino cherry blossom trees. The trail, which runs from Carolyn Crayton Park to Bass Road, provides the best view of the beautiful blossoms…

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