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Macon, Georgia
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Science
At Cannonball House we strive to educate,promote and develop public interest in the cultural, architectural and historical heritage of the community. The house is a beautiful example of Greek Revival Architecture. In 1864, the house was struck by a Union Army artillery shell, damaging the front and an interior wall. It was the only residential property in Macon damaged during the battle of Dunlap's Farm.
Macon, Georgia
The Georgia Music Hall of Fame is a 43,000 sq. ft. music museum featuring over 500 musical artists and celebrities in "Tune Town", a perpetual music festival. The Museum includes Zell Miller Center for GA Music Studies, GSAMS, and Music Factory.
Macon, Georgia
Macon, Georgia
History
Georgia Women of Achievement educates the public about important role of women in our state's history. To "visit" these women, check the website. Call office for traveling exhibit schedule, attend the March 31st Induction Cermony at GA.College & St Univ
Macon, Georgia
The Hay House is a 19th Century Italian Renaissance Revival mansion owned and operated as a museum by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Tours conducted on half-hour.
Macon, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Historic Macon Foundation enacts the priorities of preservation-minded volunteers in our community. We provide our members with up-to-date, complete and accurate information about economic development, smart growth and historic preservation so that we can work together with our political leaders to revitalize our beautiful city.
Macon, Georgia
Art, Natural History, Science
The Museum is an art and science museum with changing exhibits, planetarium, observatory, live animals, 3 story interactive Discovery House and nature trails. Natural history programs presented on 200-acre preserve.
Macon, Georgia
History
The Ocmulgee National Monument is a monument to the Mississippi people. They were later known as Ochise Creek and later known as Creek.
Macon, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
The Sidney Lanier Cottage House Museum, located at 935 High Street in Macon, GA, is the birthplace of noted poet, musician & soldier, Sidney Lanier (1842-1881). Perhaps best known for his poems "The Marshes of Glynn" and "Song of the Chattahoochee," Lanier was also a renowned musician, as he was first chair flute in the Peabody Symphony Orchestra in Baltimore for seven seasons.
Macon, Georgia
The Tubman Museum is Georgia's largest African-American Museum. The mission is to educate people about African-American art, history, and culture.
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