Visitors

Macon's character is undoubtedly New Southern, a fascinating blend of progressive thinking and respect for history. Explore our Attractions, Accommodations and Dining, and for more information, please contact the Macon Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Attractions
Macon, Georgia’s attractions are sure to delight no matter what your interest. Macon is home to 5,500 National Register historic structures in 11 historic districts, the largest group of historic districts of any city in Georgia. Macon also features rich and diverse cultures from 10,000-year-old Paleo-Indian mounds and the largest collection of ancient African artifacts, to the 3,000 hits of Hank Aaron's bat (at the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame).
Accommodations
Macon offers lodging from a historic inn downtown to the brand new hotels conveniently situated off Interstate 75. Whether your visit is business or pleasure, Macon has the right space to accommodate your needs.
Dining
Macon has many fine restaurants to choose from. It boasts more than 300 restaurants for patrons or out-of-town guests to enjoy.

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