Activities in Macon


Two Guitar, Bass, or Drum Lessons, or Weekly Lessons for One Month at Music Lessons by Bryant (Up to 55% Off)

Music Lessons by Bryant

Macon

Instructor with 12 years of experience teaches guitar, bass, or drums in a way that’s easy to understand

$50 $25

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The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House Visit or Membership (Up to 54% Off). Five Options Available.

The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House

Macon

Massive Tudor-style house where band members lived, played, and partied exhibits guitars, contracts, and restored rooms

$32 $15

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Group Tennis Lesson for One, Two, or Four at Middle Georgia Tennis (Up to 54% Off)

Middle Georgia Tennis

Georgia Smith Tennis Center

Beginner tennis lesson for individuals, friends, or families help students hone a serious forehand and backhand

$65 $32

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1 or 3 Months Cheer & Tumble Classes for Ages 2–4 or 5 & Older at Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme (Up to 57% Off)

Middle Georgia Cheer Extreme

Macon West

Each young gymnast receives a backpack, t-shirt, shorts, and a bow to wear during classes

$100 $43

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Gala of the Royal Horses at Macon Centreplex Coliseum on Friday, January 23, at 7 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)

Gala of the Royal Horses

Macon Centreplex Coliseum

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Flamenco artists dance with powerful Spanish horses that dazzle with classical dressage and playful routines

$45.60 $29

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Eight Weeks of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at Ahn's Tae Kwon DO (74% Off)

Ahn's Tae Kwon-do

Macon

From the merchant: Our certified instructors will teach you how to defend yourself.

$225 $59

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An inflated pirate stands atop a castle, challenging intruders to enter his bouncy domain and scale to the top of its slide. This is just one of the air-filled attractions that delights Jumpin' Joeys' pint-size visitors. Within the indoor playland, kids can weave around inflated obstacles, crawl through tunnels, and bounce like an astronaut on the moon's rubber surface. And when they're not pretending to be kangaroos, kids (and adults) can meander over to the refreshment area for drinks, chips, and candy. They can choose to partake in open-play, parties, or special themed attractions, such as zombie zones during Halloween.
836 Patrol Rd.
Forsyth,
GA
US
Nestled amid the scenic Georgian countryside, Three Angel Farm invites students of all experience levels to settle into the saddles of seasoned, reliable training horses. Skilled instructors draw on their experiences working with special-needs children in therapeutic riding settings as they carefully match mount and pupil, limiting class sizes to around five in order to give each saddle-filler adequate attention. Above all else, the farm’s equestrians prioritize communication and emotional bonding between rider and horse to help them develop strong relationships and respect for one another despite their differing tastes in footwear.
7426 Thomaston Road
Macon,
GA
US
Ranging in length from 4,940 yards to 6,626 yards, Bowden Golf Club’s emerald fairways were designed more than 70 years ago, making it Macon’s second-oldest course. With four sets of tees on each hole, golfers can opt for team play, test their mettle during tournaments, or borrow Paul Bunyan's 5 iron to hit a quartet of balls at once. As a full-service facility, the club boasts an onsite pro shop and snack bar, as well as a full-length driving range flanked by practice bunkers and putting greens.
3111 Millerfield Rd
Macon,
GA
US
On the 24 lighted courts of John Drew Smith Tennis Center, Carl Hodge and his team of instructors guide adults and children in the fine art of clobbering tennis balls. Hodge carries a No. 1 doubles ranking in the Southern Section of the United States Tennis Association, and he uses his expertise to keep students prepared for challenging matches or mutant grapefruit invasions. The adult and child programs offered by Middle Georgia Tennis are presented in four progressive levels, beginning with essential serving and swing techniques and leading up to positioning and strategies to avoid hitting the ball runner.
3280 North Ingle Place
Macon,
GA
US
When the neon curlicues above its marquee first lit up in 1916, the Capitol Theatre promised Macon residents the finest movie-going experience available, with cozy leather seats and a gold-fiber screen. After shutting down in 1976, the theater languished for 30 years, suffering from water damage and neglect until renovation began in 2003, restoring the space to its former glory. Brass-banisters encircle the wrap-around balconies above the venue’s open floor, dotted with cabaret-style tables and seats occupied by frugal 1920s ghosts still trying to get their 15-cents worth from their original admission.    
382 2nd St
Macon,
GA
US
Part of The Grand Opera House's Broadway Series, All Shook Up is a pompadoured reinterpretation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night told through the familiar melodies of Elvis Presley. It recounts the tale of a guitar-playing motorcyclist who casts a spell over a tiny Midwestern town with rock, rebellion, and meticulously calculated hip gyrations, leaving a flurry of mistaken identities and love triangles in his wake. The show delights loyal subjects of the King with more than 24 popular Elvis tunes throughout, such as "Love Me Tender," "Heartbreak Hotel," "A Little Less Conversation," and "Ed Sullivan is a Bit of a Prude." The show takes place at the historic Grand Opera House, a restored relic dating back to 1884 as a popular home for musicals, plays, and traveling vaudeville acts.
651 Mulberry St
Macon,
GA
US
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