Milledgeville Trolley

Many come to Milledgeville with one thing on their mind: rich history. Milledgeville, Georgia offers visitors a look into the past, a past that is steeped in a rich history, when Milledgeville was the capital during the American Civil War. Visitors can explore historic gems like Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion, home to the governors of Georgia from 1838 to 1868, or Andalusia Farm, home of famed American author Flannery O’Connor. Today our charming southern town boasts a hip college vibe that has an eclectic mix of locally-owned shops and dining options.

Located southeast of Atlanta and northeast of Macon, just along the Oconee River, Milledgeville offers a scenic location. You can relax and enjoy the slower pace of life in Milledgeville by partaking in the trolley tours or immerse yourself in the Milledgeville warm southern hospitality by attending signature events such as Deep Roots. Milledgeville never runs out of things to do and has plenty of fun for everyone, from downtown shopping at Firefly, Southern Roots, or any of our other boutiques to kayaking down the Oconee River and adventures on Lake Sinclair.

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Visitor Information Center

200 W. Hancock St.
Milledgeville, GA
Local: (478) 452-4687
Free: (800) 653-1804
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