Located in the very center of the state, Macon serves as a crossroads between history and progress. Corporate giants such as IKON and GEICO mingle with the restored relics of the old South such as the legendary historic Hay House.
Venturing off campus, you might spend an afternoon touring Macon's Tubman African American Museum or the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Visit Macon in March and enjoy 300,000 blooming cherry blossom trees and a wealth of activities during our city's internationally acclaimed Cherry Blossom Festival.
Then perhaps you'll take in an evening at Macon's restored Douglass Theatre or the Grand Opera House. Or, dinner and a movie at the downtown Cox Capital Theatre. Need a break from city life? To the west and north of Macon, you'll find lake after lake – just perfect for water skiing, fishing, and swimming.
Macon's rich history encompasses everything from pre-9000 Paleo-Indian artifacts to a stunning collection of Civil War era antebellum mansions.
For restaurant, program and event listings around town, please visit the Macon-Bibb County Convention and Visitors Bureau.Several hotels are located approximately three miles from the College. Be sure to make reservations early if you coming during a busy holiday or event weekend.
A few Hotels in Macon:
Fairfield Inn by Marriott – Macon West
110 Plantation Inn Drive
150 Plantation Inn Drive
Homewood Suites by Hilton
1514 Bass Road
Hilton Garden Inn
1220 Stadium Drive
1842 Inn (Historic Bed & Breakfast)
353 College Street