Macon, Georgia

The ideal destination for a getaway is Macon, Georgia, which is a charming city with a laid-back atmosphere.

The Cannonball House

The house has meeting rooms that have been faithfully recreated from the first sorority, The Adephean Society, and is adorned and furnished with antiques from the 1850s.

Museum of Arts and Science

The interactive Discovery House, a number of real animal habitats in the Mini-Zoo, a planetarium, an observatory, a garden, and a nature path are among the museum's galleries.

Macon Beer Company

 The brewery produces some excellent and intriguing beers by utilising distinctive and cutting-edge brewing procedures.

Fort Hawkins

Up until 1824, it served as the U.S. government's army fort and trade post for transactions with Native Americans.

The Allman Brothers Band Museum

The original band members, their families, and a few others lived in the museum, also known as The Big House, from 1970 until 1973.

Rose Hill Cemetery

Simri Rose constructed the cemetery around 1840 with the intention of creating a gathering and visiting area.

Tattnall Square Park

The park, which is across from Mercer University, has a playground for kids, picnic tables, and a pavilion, as well as lots of shade provided by the large, age-old trees.

Grand Opera House

The opera theatre had the largest stage in the American Southeast when it first opened its doors in 1884 under the name Academy of Music.