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Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon, GA

Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon, GA

Rose Hill Cemetery was founded in 1840 on 65 acres of land nestled next to the Ocmulgee River on the north side of Macon, GA. The cemetery serves as the final resting place for thousands of people. There areRead more

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Washington Memorial Library in Macon, GA

Washington Memorial Library in Macon, GA

The Washington Memorial Library was built in memory of Hugh Vernon Washington by his sister in 1923. It houses a fine genealogical and archives collection, a reading room and a lending library. It is the headquarters for The MiddleRead more

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Macon Terminal Station in Macon, GA

Macon Terminal Station in Macon, GA

The Macon Terminal Station, constructed in 1916, is the crown jewel of downtown Macon, Georgia. In the heyday of passenger rail during 1920-1930, the Terminal Station handled more than a hundred arrivals a day. After the end of passengerRead more

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Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA

Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA

Since 1956, the Museum of Arts and Sciences has been delighting visitors from all over Middle Georgia. The museum features changing exhibitions of art, history and science, a full-dome planetarium, Mini Zoo, nature trails and a 200-seat auditorium. SeeRead more

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Georgia Childrens Museum in Macon, GA

Georgia Childrens Museum in Macon, GA

The Georgia Children’s Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 educational and cultural museum for children ages two to twelve and their families.  Exhibits and Programs are designed to encourage adult and child interaction – encouraging family play and dialogue, supportingRead more

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St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Macon, GA

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Macon, GA

Rising 200 feet into the air, the twin cross-topped spires of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church add great beauty to the skyline of downtown Macon. This lovely old Romanesque, Neo-Gothic church was the realization of an earlier dream of 50Read more

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