Listed on National Register of Historic Homes, this Antebellum Greek Revival Home was the only house in Macon struck by a ... More
Cannonball House & Museum
Listed on National Register of Historic Homes, this Antebellum Greek Revival Home was the only house in Macon struck by a cannonball during a Federal attack in 1864. The home features authentic period furnishings, an original brick kitchen, and relics of Macon and the Civil War. A gift shop is also on site. Open for tours Mon though Sat. 10-5, last guided tour at 4:00.
Designed for Joseph N. Neel by the renowned architect Neel Reid, this four story English Tudor home contains very elaborated
paneling, original fixtures, and furnishings and it became the headquarters of the Federated Garden Clubs of Macon in 1957. ...
Conveniently located right next to the I 475 Bypass, Exit 3; the hotel offers easy access to key area attractions
including the world famous Cherry Blossom Festival, the Grand Opera House, Mercer University, Macon State College and the historic ...
This beautifully restored Greek Revival Mansion is owned and operated by Mercer University and it once hosted a ball for
Winnie Davis, daughter of Jefferson Davis. The house was also once owned by Joseph Bond, one of the South's ...