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Macon, GA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 52
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,486
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 5,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 48
Convention Center Space 140,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 75,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 42,207 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $77
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $46
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $198
*Maximum for a single hotel

Macon, GA Things to Do and Attractions

Tic Toc Room

A downtown Macon icon, the building housing the Tic Toc Room once was the heart of the music movement in the southeast (called Miss Anne’s Tic Toc back in the late 1940’s). It was within these four walls, the Tic Toc Room that Little Richard first

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Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House

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Formed in 1969 by guitarist Duane Allman to record on Macon's Capricorn Records label, the Allman Brothers Band infused blues, rock, country and jazz into hit albums such as Fillmore East, named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the Top 500 Albums

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Cox Capitol Theatre

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First opened in 1916 as Capitol Theatre, the restored Cox Capitol Theatre has gotten a facelift but still remains a driving force in the revitalization of downtown Macon. It serves as a movie house and live entertainment venue and on any given night

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Georgia Sports Hall of Fame

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The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is the largest state sports museum in the country, with more than 3,000 artifacts within its 43,000 square feet of space. Its exhibits cover a range of sporting levels, from high school to Olympic, and include a

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Lake Tobesofkee

Located right outside the city limits, Lake Tobesofkee is an escape to the great outdoors full of activities for guests of all ages. The recreation area covers 1,800 acres, has 35 miles of shoreline and encompasses three main parks: Claystone Park,

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Macon Historic Homes

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Historic homes line many streets in Macon, and guests can easily spend free time visiting some of the notable estates of famed past residents or enjoying the stunning period architecture of popular houses. On Mulberry Street, the Cannonball House &

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Ocmulgee National Monument

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Described as "a memorial to the relations of people and natural resources in this corner of North America," this National Monument preserves 17,000 years of continuous human habitation right in the Macon area. Spanning over 700 acres, the picturesque

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Rose Hill and Riverside Cemeteries

Rose Hill and Riverside cemeteries are two of the major cemeteries in Macon and are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Opened in 1840, Rose Hill is the final resting place of the Allman Brothers' slide guitarist Duane Allman and

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The Grand Opera House

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Built in 1884, this restored and renovated venue features one of the largest stages in the South and has hosted famed performers such as Will Rogers, Sarah Bernhardt and Houdini. The 1,000-seat theater also regularly hosts a popular Broadway Series

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Tubman African American Museum

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Striving to educate people about African-American culture, history and creative expression, the Tubman African-American Museum features exhibits on black inventors, African-American folk art, middle Georgia history and more. Among the items on

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Between the Bread/Michael's on Mulberry

Located in historic downtown Macon, this 150-year-old building, Macon's early stagecoach stop, has been transformed into a cozy restaurant known for its unique atmosphere and exceptional menu. Entree highlights include pecan-crusted chicken in Dijon

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Satterfield's

Satterfield's has been serving up authentic Southern cooking and BBQ since 1983. Fresh beef, pork, turkey, chicken and even quail are slow cooked over a hickory wood fire for mouth-watering sandwiches and plates. Traditional sides include baked

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