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Best things to do in Macon

Museum
“Hay house is one of Georgia's most historic houses and distinguished structures.”
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Museum
“The Tubman African American Museum is the Southeast's largest museum dedicated to the Art, History and Culture of African Americans. Take a journey from Africa to America! Begin your adventure with local Artist, Wilfred Stroud’s nine panel mural that chronicles the struggles and triumphs of the African American Experience. ”
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Museum
“Be on the look out for a concert! They bring some of the best musicians to Macon and with the grass yard looked after by a giant tree, it makes for one of my favorite venues in Macon to see a show.”
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Art Gallery
“Grab a dirty chai latte and sit in the renovated ally next to the fountain for a relaxing kick start to the day.”
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Museum
“Great place to take the kids when it's raining or too hot / cold. Fun interactive exhibits.”
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History Museum
“The Cannonball House was constructed in 1853 as a planter's townhouse and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Daily tours are available.”
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Museum
“My families (my) first piece in a museum is located here. Aurora Chromesthesia. An interactive LED Piano for the hearing impared. ”
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Art Gallery
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Lodging
“This is the 1842 birthplace of Georgia's antebellum poet laureate and young entrepreneur, Sidney Lanier. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, see his silver flute, and view his wife's tiny wedding gown from 1867. ”
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Museum
“Hey, give them a break and let them touch something besides the antiques at The Harwood Cottage! ”
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Art Gallery
“Previous manager of the Allman Brothers Band, Kirk West's photography gallery is a do not miss for fans of Rock N' Roll photography.”
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Library
“The Washington Memorial Library, designed by Nisbet and Dunwody, was opened to the public on November 28, 1923. The Daughters of the American Revolution opened the Genealogical & Historical Room.”
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Art Gallery
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Art Gallery
“In addition to the antiques art and lighting there is a really good section of locally produced goods.”
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