- 4182 Forsyth Road, Macon, GA 31210
- Recurrence: Recurring daily
- Location: Museum of Arts and Sciences
The Festival of Trees is the Museum of Arts and Sciences' largest annual fundraiser that represents three generations of investment in the Museum’s educational programming. With generous support from our donors and volunteers throughout the festival activities, we can provide high-quality programming with affordable admission for families of Central Georgia.
Viewable during normal museum hours.
The Festival of Trees Gala is an annual black-tie event that offers delicious food, live entertainment, and a fine art sale. The essential donations from this event support MAS and allow us to continue to provide cultural and educational opportunities in Macon. The Festival of Trees Champagne Preview is hosted annually to kick off the Festival of Trees fundraising events.
The Champagne Preview
The Champagne Preview gives attendees the exclusive opportunity to be the first to view the Festival of Trees exhibition. Attendees are invited to get a first look at the White Glove Art Sale, featuring works from the MAS vault, shop for tasty delights at the Sugar Plum Shop, and see the latest fashion from local boutiques in a fashion show.
Best of Macon Raffle
The Best of Macon Raffle is an annual raffle that offers participants the unique opportunity to win gift certificates to local restaurants, boutiques, and spas, as well as tickets to sporting events and stays at hotels. The raffle drawing happens at the Festival of Trees Gala, but the winner does not have to be present to accept the basket.
Day Out with Santa Children's Event
The MAS hosts an annual themed children’s holiday event featuring photos with Santa, cookies and cocoa, and a scavenger hunt along with regular museum programming. The children’s event marks also features Santa’s Secret Shop, giving kids the opportunity to purchase great Christmas presents for family members.
The Festival of Trees is an annual museum exhibition that features over 40 beautiful Christmas trees decorated by local and regional designers. The exhibit is on display from November to January and can be viewed with regular museum admission.