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The Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon is a national park preserving an area that has been inhabited for over 11,000 years. It centers on several burial mounds and an earth lodge built by the native Mississippian people around 900-950 AD. The Ocmulgee National Monument preserves and displays a collection of archeological artifacts dating back to more than 12,000 years. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is the country's largest state sports museum. The 43,000 square-foot museum houses over 3,000 artifacts. The museum invites visitors to experience the history of sports in Georgia with more than 14,000 square feet of high-energy exhibit space and a Hall of Fame corridor that honors over 300 inductees. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Georgia Music Hall of Fame
The main exhibit hall, Tune Town, features winding streets and themed venues housing instruments, career and personal items, performance costumes, videos and music. The Music Factory is an interactive learning space for kids including hands-on exhibits that explore music composition, styles, instrument families and more. The museum's library and archives support research and educational activities and the Music Store carries CD and cassette recordings of Georgia artists in all genres, specialty items, T-shirts, jewelry, books, toys, and so much more. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Cherry Blossom Festival
Each March, Macon becomes a pink paradise as over 300,000 Yoshino cherry trees bloom in all their glory. For 10 days, festival-lovers are treated with hundreds of events planned to entertain all ages and backgrounds. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
The Cannonball House
The Cannonball House was built in 1835 as a planter's townhouse. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is an example of authentic Greek Revival architecture containing fine period furnishings. The Civil War military collection features officers' uniforms, company flags, swords, and guns used by Georgians during the War Between the States. Special activities take place regularly at the Cannonball House. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
The Armory Ballroom
Completed in 1885, the Armory Building was the first permanent home of the Macon Volunteers, a volunteer military unit that doubled as a civic organization founded in 1825. Fast forward almost a century and the Armory Building served as the site of many dances, balls and other community events until the 1970's. In 2005, the new owner, with the assistance of an accomplished historic preservationist and architect, began restoring the Armory Building to its former splendor. Now, known as the Armory Ballroom is Macon's premier banquet facility. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Macon-Bibb County CVB
The Macon-Bibb County Convention & Visitor's Bureau is your one-stop-shop for all your travel information in Macon, Georgia. Find out what Macon is all about, including hotels, historic tours, museums, music, special events, festivals, and so much more. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Charles H. Jones Gateway Park
Completed in 2001 with the generous assistance of Charles H. Jones, Gateway Park includes an interactive fountain and a statue of Macon's own Otis Redding. The park has bike racks, restrooms, and steps down to the river. It often hosts special events such as Jazz on the Docks. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.
Historic Johnston-Felton-Hay House
The Hay House offers guided tours six days a week for more than 20,000 visitors a year. It also offers a range of curriculum-based education programs designed to cater to different age groups and learning styles. In addition to regular tours and special events, Hay House is available for weddings, receptions, banquets and other special occasions. Photo courtesy of Macon CVB.