Macon, GA

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Cotton Avenue, Downtown Macon

Visit Macon, Georgia for a Southern adventure that is sure to be good for your soul! Rich history, incredible architecture, stunning Southern charm, and a soulful musical heritage have branded Macon “Where Soul Lives”.

Only in Macon can you: hike at ancient Indian mounds and enter into North America’s only reconstructed earth lodge, tour the 18,000 square foot, 7-story Italian Renaissance Revival mansion known as the “Palace of The South”, immerse yourself in musical history by taking a “Free Birds & Night Owls” or “Rock n’ Roll Stroll” tour, or explore the Southeast’s largest collection of African-American art, history, and culture.

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It’s more than a place on a map. It’s a vibe all its own. We invite you to come experience Macon, Georgia!

Macon’s brand, “Where Soul Lives” speaks not only to our rich history, but also of who we are today. Macon is a vibrant, growing city, teaming with hospitality and history, with tons to offer visitors and residents alike.

Macon’s musical roots include legendary musical artists such as Otis Redding, Little Richard, The Allman Brothers Band and new artists such as Jason Aldean. Experience our musical heritage while sitting on the dock of the Ocmulgee River with Otis Redding’s life-size bronze statue at Gateway Park or visit the once home turned museum of the Allman Brothers Band, the Big House.

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As exciting as Macon is during the day, at night the city has a whole new energy that’s perfect for folks who want to get out and party. Dance to the beats like a Southern rock star at the lounge that launched a new genre of music in the 1970s, or check out the newest acts coming out of the Macon music scene. Whatever your plans are, Macon’s nightlife is sure to offer something for every mood. Macon is a town where a night out can mean fine dining, drinks, or dancing, but also a moonlit walk among architectural masterpieces or a live show at one of our historic theatres. Also, don’t forget to take home one of a kind treasures from Macon’s unique downtown boutiques or antique markets.

Downtown Macon

Stop by the Macon-Bibb County Convention & Visitors Bureau and see all the places your adventure can take you in Macon, Georgia.

Contact:

Macon-Bibb County Convention & Visitors Bureau
450 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Macon, GA 31201
478-743-1074
www.VisitMacon.org
I-75 Visitor Information Center
Mile Marker 179 SB, Rest Area #22
Forsyth, Georgia 31029
478-994-8181
www.VisitMacon.org
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