The Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Macon is the state's official music museum. The 43,000-square-foot building is home to thousands of documents and artifacts, Courtesy of Georgia Department of Economic Development.
Georgia Music Hall of Fame including sound recordings, costumes, instruments, sheet music, photographs, recording equipment, and memorabilia from hundreds of the state's musical legends. All eras of Georgia's musical history are covered, from the earliest Native American instruments to the latest pop beats.
The museum's mission is "to operate and maintain a music museum for the general public, Georgia music lovers, music scholars, and musical artists that celebrates [the] state's musical genius by: preserving Georgia's musical heritage; providing innovative museum exhibits and educational programs; becoming a public-private partnership for cultural preservation; and promoting a heritage tourism destination with growing economic benefits." The museum educates visitors on the rich history of Georgia music through exhibits, educational programs, concerts, and special events.