Our town is full of wonderful historic homes, churches, theatres, and museums. Join the 2-hour guided bus tour of the Cherry Blossom Trail that intrigues passengers with interesting facts and visits to some of the coolest places in Macon.
The Woodruff House in Macon was built in 1836 in the Greek Revival style. Many famous people have lived in or attended events at the Woodruff House.
Groove with guitars, basses, drums, keyboards, and clothing that belonged to the original, former and current members of the Allman Brothers Band.
Enjoy the beautiful Waddell Barnes Botanical Garden at Middle Georgia State College with this easy-to-follow self-guided tour. Make sure to stop at their newest addition, the Cherry Tree Garden!
Stroll through this Greek Revival House built in 1853, and see the unexploded shell that crashed into the home during the 1864 Federal attack.
Overlooking the Indian Mounds, Fort Hawkins, founded in 1806 by President Thomas Jefferson, became the future site of Macon founded across the river 17 years later.
Built from 1855 to 1859 in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style, the Hay House is one of Georgia’s most distinguished structures.
A visit to the Museum of Arts and Sciences is like a trip around the world! Where else can you see works of fine art, exotic live animals, and even explore the wonders of outer space, all at one location?
Guide yourself or enjoy a tour guide for this one-mile candlelit walk along the lantern light trail. Choose from a guided tour every half hour or the self-guided walk.
The Sidney Lanier Cottage and House Museum is the birthplace of noted poet, musician and soldier, Sidney Lanier (1842-1881).
Stroll back in time on a one-hour guided walking tour of the famous Riverside Cemetery, a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
Come to the largest museum in the Southeast devoted to African American art, history and culture, and view the popular nine-panel mural on African American history.