Bathed in an intoxicating mixture of magnolia and moonlight, her classic beauty is unsurpassed. Like a true Southern belle, she perfectly charms treasured guests with fascinating tales, southern delicacies and gracious hospitality. Enjoy a trolley ride through the historic district or meander through the streets of downtown. Meet Milledgeville, the First Lady of Georgia.
Her opulent halls have been graced by governors and haunted by ghosts. The legendary first lady has hosted senators and harbored soldiers. Artists and authors have found inspiration in the welcoming embrace of her oak-covered shadows.
Visitor Information Center
200 West Hancock St.
Milledgeville, GA 31061
From the North: Follow I-20 East to Hwy 441/Madison exit. Turn right onto Hwy 441 and follow to Milledgeville. Or follow I-75 South to Macon and take Hwy 22/Hwy 49 exit. Turn left and follow Hwy 22 to Milledgeville. From South: Take I-16 to Dublin/Hwy 441 exit. Turn right and follow Hwy 441 to Milledgeville. Follow I-75 North to Macon and take Hwy 22/Hwy 49 exit. Turn right and follow Hwy 22 to Milledgeville.Visit Website
Free Georgia Travel Guide
The state's official Travel Guide is your complete resource to planning a vacation in Georgia. Find trip ideas, attractions, dining, events, activities, accommodations, map, travel resources and much more.
Phone: 1-800-VISIT GA (847-4842)
Milledgeville Travel Guides
Brews & Q's Trail
Explore the authentic flavors of the region’s family-owned BBQ restaurants, breweries and growler shops with the Brews & Q’s Trail Passport. Valid for singles, couples, or families, the Brews & Q’s Trail Passport is a place-based brochure and map. Be sure to show your brochure and ask for a stamp.
Memory Hill Cemetery Brochure
Memory Hill Cemetery contains over 7700 identifiable graves and at least 1200 graves with no markers or names. For a searchable index see the last page of this brochure.
Milledgeville-GA's Antebellum Capital
Take a trolley ride beneath shadows of towering oaks through wrought iron gates to magnificent mansions, historic sites & fascinating museums.
221 Montgomery StreetView on Map
478-445-0809The Natural History Museum at GCSU exhibits biological and paleontological specimens collected over 130 years. Specimens on display range from the early Paleozoic (550... Find Out More
Nov 5, 2016 - Nov 5, 20162628 North Columbia Street Hwy 441View on Map
478-454-4029The majestic oak and pecan trees are a wonderful canopy for hundreds of guests lounging in lawn chairs, on blankets, and enjoying picnics for several hours of the best... Find Out More
The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.