Area Links

Downtown Eateries

Downtown Grill 
Michaels on Mulberry
Dovetail
Brasserie Circa
Tic Toc Room
Rookery
Nu-way Weiners
Roasted Cafe and Lounge
Greek Corner Deli
Natalia's 
The Back Burner

Museums and Landmarks

Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
Museum of Arts and Sciences
Cannonball House
The Hay House
Ocmulgee National Monument
City of Macon Parks and Recreation
The Big House, The Allman Bros Band Museum 

 

Theatres

The Douglass Theatre
The Grand Opera House
Theatre Macon
Macon Symphony Orchestra
Macon Little Theatre
Macon Arts Alliance

 

Nightlife

Hummingbird Taproom and Bar
Tic Toc Room

 

Museums and Landmarks

 

Georgia Sports Hall of Fame

Educational and interactive exhibits honor heroes from the state's top high school, collegiate, professional and amateur athletic fields such as record home run hitter Henry "Hank" Aaron and football legend turned sports announcer Fran Tarkenton.

Phone: (478) 752-1585
Web: www.gshf.org
Rates/Admission:
$6 Adults; $5 Seniors & Students with ID $3.50 Children ages 6-16 years; Under 5 years old Free

 

 

 

Museum of Arts & Sciences

The Museum of Arts &; Sciences serves a regional audience of all ages and many interests. It is a community resource for life long learning and enrichment which seeks to engage its visitors, to evoke wonder, stimulate curiosity, and open minds to new worlds of discovery.

Phone:(478) 477-3232
Web: www.masmacon.com
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-5p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Admission:
$6 adults, $5 seniors, $4 students 12 and over, $3 children 2–11, FREE to members and children under 2.

 


 

Cannonball House

A Greek Revival House built in 1853, this was the only house in Macon struck by a cannonball during a Federal attack in 1864. Restored with furnishings of the period. Headquarters, Sidney Lanier Chapter UDC. Open to the public. Gift shop carries Southern, Macon, Georgia and Civil War merchandise.

Phone: (478) 745-5982
Web: www.cannonballhouse.org
Hours:
Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Last guided tour begins at 4 p.m., last self-guided tour begins at 4:30 p.m.) Closed Sundays and most holidays
Rates/Admission:
$4 Adults $3 Seniors/AAA/Military; $1 Students; Children under 6 Free, Group rates available

 

The Hay House

Tours begin on the hour with the last tour at 4 p.m. each day.This Italian Renaissance Revival Mansion, built in the 1850's, is a National Historic Landmark. Over 18,000 square feet, 24 rooms decorated with museum pieces make it "The Palace of the South." Available for catered functions and guided tours. Museum shop.

Phone: (478) 742-8155
Web: www.georgiatrust.org
Hours:
Mon-Sat 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m.- 5 p.m.
Rates/Admission:
$7 Adults, $6 Seniors, $3 Sudents, $2 Children 6-12 years

 

Ocmulgee National Monument

Climb ancient Indian mounds, visit inside a ceremonial earth-lodge, hike along nature trails and study archaeological remains dating back 10,000 years.

Phone: (478) 752-8257
Web: www.nps.gov/ocmu
Hours:
Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

 

City of Macon Parks & Recreation

Macon is a city with a rich cultural heritage and strong vision for the future. Macon offers the amenities of a small friendly city with the advantages of a growing city.

Web: www.cityofmacon.net

 

 

Theatres

 

The Douglass Theatre

True to it's historic reputation as a magnet for the entire community, "The Douglass" draws widely-varied audiences for it's High Definition 3D visual display, limited run and premier films as well as for the it's national-quality performance events.

Phone: (478) 742-2000
Web: www.douglasstheatre.org
Hours:
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Open Saturdays only for special events

 

The Grand Opera House

Built in 1884, the Grand features one of the largest stages in the South. The Grand has seen stars such as Will Rodgers, Sarah Bernhardt, Houdini and more. Still active with theatre events. Admission Charged. A performing Arts Center of Mercer University.

Phone: (478) 301-5460
Web: www.thegrandmacon.com
Hours:
Tour Hours: by appointment.
Business Hours: Mon-Fri 9-4.

 

Theatre Macon

Seven yearly productions. Stage Two Season has weekend productions: one act plays, poetry readings, cabaret acts and more.

Phone: (478) 746-9485
Web: www.theatremacon.com/

 

 

Macon Symphony Orchestra

Phone: (478) 474-5700
www.maconsymphony.com

 

Macon Little Theatre

The Macon Little Theatre is of the people, by the people and for the people, and its object is to promote the drama and related arts and to become a real community asset through its efforts.

Phone: (478) 477-3342
maconlittletheatre.org/

 

Macon Arts Alliance

The Macon Arts Alliance (MAA) serves as the arts council for Macon and Bibb County. Its mission is to promote involvement in and access to the arts through funding, advocacy, coordination and education.

Phone: (478) 743-6490
www.maconartsalliance.org