Macon is filled with picture perfect spots. Here's 10 of our favorite photos of our favorite places in the city.

Downtown Alleyways

Downtown Macon's alleyways are beautiful at night. The twinkly lights add an extra sparkle.

Welcome To Macon Sign

Head to the top of the Mulberry St. parking deck to see this stunning view.



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Hay House

Lovingly nicknamed "The Palace of the South," Hay House is an architectural gem.

Mercer University

One of America's oldest universities, Mercer University's campus is filled with beautiful buildings and rich history.

St. Joseph Catholic Church

Rising 200 ft. into the air, the twin cross-topped spires of St. Joseph Catholic Church adds a certain grandeur to Downtown Macon's skyline.

Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park

With over 17,000 years of continuous human habitation, this prehistoric American Indian site is unlike any place you've ever visited.

Lawrence Mayer Florist

Built in the 1840s, this historic building will have you wondering if you're in Macon or San Francisco.

Rose Hill Cemetery

Nestled next to the Ocmulgee River, this sprawling cemetery serves as the final resting place for thousands of people including Duane & Gregg Allman, Berry Oakley, and three Georgia governors.


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Amerson River Park

With 180 acres of pristine forests, meadows, and wetlands, you'll be surrounded by incredible views while you're there.

Coleman Hill

Get the best view of Downtown Macon on top of Coleman Hill.


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