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Macon, GA
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Cotton barges, cannonballs, and concert halls. Southern charm, cherry blossoms, and Otis Redding. It's all in Macon, where every day brings another story to tell and another friend to share it with.
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Attractions in Macon

A nature lover's wonderland and the Festival Capital of Georgia. With a rich and diverse history, Macon is the ideal place for a weekend getaway. Hike through 180 acres of upland forest at Amerson River Park, attend a show or festival, hop on your bike for a ride through Historic Downtown, or kayak along the bubbling Ocmulgee River.
  • Hay House

    Hay House

    A stunning historical landmark in the heart of Macon. Built from 1855 to 1859 in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style, the Hay House is open for tours, weddings and events. 
  • Macon City Auditorium

    Macon City Auditorium

    Completed in 1925, the Macon City Auditorium is nestled in the historic district of downtown Macon and is a landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Macon Coliseum

    Macon Coliseum

    Built in 1968 and most recently renovated in 2015, it was the first facility of its size and type in Georgia and has housed full-house crowds for greats such as Elvis, The Jacksons, Billy Joel, Reba McEntire, and Little Richard! 
  • Allman Brothers Big House

    Allman Brothers Big House

    The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House is now home to the largest collection of Allman Brothers Band memorabilia in the world. 
  • The Tubman Museum

    The Tubman Museum

    The Tubman Museum is the largest museum in the nation dedicated to educating people about the art, history and culture of African Americans for over 40 years. 
  • Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum 

    Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum 

    The country's largest state sports museum invites visitors to experience the history of sports in Georgia with over 3,000 artifacts and a Hall of Fame corridor that honors over 400 inductees. 
  • Museum of Arts and Sciences

    Museum of Arts and Sciences

    A 50,000-square foot facility on a 14-acre campus, represents more than a half-century of community investment in education and is one of Georgia's finest nationally accredited museums. 
  • Otis Redding Statue

    Otis Redding Statue

    Macon's own musical legend Otis Redding is immortalized as a life-size statue at Gateway Park, on a bank of the Ocmulgee River. While you're there, enjoy listening to his music, walk the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, or have a picnic in this beautiful setting. 
  • Events Calendar
    THINGS TO DO
    PLAN YOUR TRIP

    Events Calendar

    Discover our events calendar with hotel happenings and authentic local experiences.

  • Loom
    DINING
    YOU'RE MACON ME HUNGRY

    Loom

    Blending southern charm with soulful sophistication, our signature chef-driven restaurant features elevated dishes that are rooted by our heritage, but inspired by the freshest ingredients each season has to offer.

  • Hightales
    ROOFTOP BAR
    LAUGH LOUD, SIP SLOW.

    Hightales

    Paying tribute to the true musical heritage of Macon. The perfect setting for guests to swap stories over small plates and a curated beverage list. Take in the views of historic downtown and beyond from our rooftop bar.

  • Plan Your Private Event
    CELEBRATIONS
    WEDDINGS & SPECIAL OCCASIONS

    Plan Your Private Event

    At Hotel Forty Five, there's always a reason to celebrate. Allow us to be your home base for weddings and events in Macon.

Macon, GA
Macon, GA Local Events & Attractions

Where Soul Lives

With a storied musical heritage, charming downtown, and a rich historical past, the best sights and activities in Macon, Georgia are the city itself.