Arts & Culture
The arts and culture of Macon can be seen in our galleries, street art, museums, weekly events, theatres, and people. Shop one-of-a-kind art pieces at galleries like Macon Arts Alliance, Gallery West, and the 567 Center. Known as the “Festival Capital of Georgia,” Macon has over 20 annual festivals celebrating arts and culture. Attend the largest exhibit of functional and sculptural pottery in Georgia at Fired Works or see over 350,000 Yoshino cherry trees during the annual International Cherry Blossom Festival. Enjoy a show at one of our historic local theatres or visit one of our many attractions like the Museum of Arts and Sciences and the Tubman Museum of African American art, history and culture.