Sightseeing in Milledgeville


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  • Eatonton Putnam Historical Society
    When you want to admire the great works of culture, head on over to the museum at Eatonton Putnam Historical Society in Eatonton. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    114 N Madison Ave
    Eatonton, GA US
  • Allied Arts For Milledgeville
    Allied Arts For Milledgeville displays the loveliest pieces of art and culture in Milledgeville. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    201 N Wayne St
    Milledgeville, GA US
  • Hay House
    When Mr. and Mrs. Johnston built the Hay House between the years of 1855–1859, they modeled it after the Italian Renaissance homes they had seen while honeymooning in Europe. Much like a rooster that crows at 2 a.m., the completed project was well ahead of its time: it had indoor plumbing, a ventilation system, central heating, a French lift, and even a speaker system. Two other families—the Feltons and Hays—called "The Palace of the South" home after the Johnstons, and all three families adapted the structure to their lifestyle. Today, 20,000 people visit the house every year to marvel at its technology, architecture, and engineering, but also to learn about how the Johnstons, Feltons, and Hays combined to turn it into a gigantic piece of art. Tours through Hay House reveal the main level, bedroom level, and basement, as well as the art collection and handsome cabinetry that still inhabit its spaces.
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    934 Georgia Ave
    Macon, GA US
  • Middle Georgia Art Associ
    Middle Georgia Art Associ in Macon incorporates artistic inquiry with a memorable visitor experience, making it a must-see museum. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2330 Ingleside Ave
    Macon, GA US
  • The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
    When you want to admire the great works of culture, head on over to the museum at The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in Macon. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    301 Cherry St
    Macon, GA US
  • Georgia Children's Museum
    Showcasing hands-on, interactive exhibits, the nonprofit Georgia Children’s Museum sparks an enthusiasm for learning in visitors between the ages of 2 and 12. Youngsters can design a newspaper page in the journalism exhibit, anchor a news broadcast in the TV studio, or curl up with a book in the hushed confines of the reading room. Meanwhile, in the internationally themed Passport to the World exhibit, tykes don authentic kimonos, beat handmade African drums, and discover how Magellan built the blimp that he used to circumnavigate the globe. The Smarty Pants Gift Shop stocks glass pendant necklaces and Magna Morphs toys, whose sets of animal parts can be reassembled into new, imaginary creatures. Above the store, in the Little Learners’ Loft, kids aged 2 to 5 enhance their make-believe skills with age-appropriate toys. Along with its permanent exhibits, Georgia Children’s Museum accommodates kids with events and weekly activities, including craft and story times.
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    382 Cherry St
    Macon, GA US

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