Visit Macon, Georgia for an adventure that is sure to be good for your soul! Rich history, incredible architecture, stunning Southern charm, and a soulful musical heritage have branded Macon "Where Soul Lives."
Take a Rock Candy Tour and learn about Macon's legendary and notorious music history from homes, offices, and crash pads of some of Southern music's most famous artists, like Otis Redding and Little Richard. Tour Capricorn Sound Studio to see the restored studios where The Allman Brothers Band, Percy Sledge, the Marshall Tucker Band and many more recorded.
Explore history at Ocmulgee Mounds Historical Park and Hay House, and the Tubman Museum, the Southeast's largest museum of African American art, history and culture. And don't miss Macon's outdoor activities like biking the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail and paddling the Ocmulgee River. Go to VisitMacon.org for suggested itineraries and more information to plan your trip.
The Creek Indians were the first inhabitants of the area that would later become known as Macon, settled by Europeans in 1809. Named for North...
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