Meet Milledgeville, the First Lady of Georgia

Bathed in an intoxicating mixture of magnolia and moonlight, her classic beauty is unsurpassed.

 Founded in 1803, Milledgeville served as the capital of Georgia during the Civil War. Today our charming southern town boasts a hip college vibe that has an eclectic mix of locally owned shops and dining options. Hop aboard the trolley for a guided tour through the historic district, visit the c. 1839 Georgia’s Old Governor's Mansion, now a Smithsonian Affiliate, or kayak the Oconee River.

The Oconee Greenway
The Oconee River Greenway Park and Riverwalk provides a beautiful area to walk, jog, bicycle, relax and enjoy the beauty and sounds of the Oconee River. The Greenway offers multiple individual fishing stations and a boat ramp as well as multi-use...

 

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Explore the Area
View an interactive map of attractions, restaurants and many more places you will want to see in Milledgeville. more...
Museum District
Walk beneath the shadows of the towering oaks though wrought iron gates that lead to magnificently preserved mansions, haunted historic sites and fascinating museums. more...
Our History
Our proud history began in 1803, when the state of Georgia searched for a site for its new capital. Because this area offered a central location and ample springs, it was... more...
Best BBQ in Milly
BBQ: a southern staple. Not to mention the mac and cheese, fried okra, collards, coleslaw and beans that come with. And with so many restaurants offering these tasty... more...
Lake Sinclair
With 15,330 acres of sparkling water, Lake Sinclair is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. more...
Photo Gallery
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Hungry for Something New?
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Rose Hill
The centerpiece of Lockerly Arboretum, this 1852 Greek Revival home is open for tours. more...
24 Hours in Milly
While the term layover may conjure ideas of a delay in flights or time wasted between destinations, it also can be the thrill and excitement of added time spent exploring... more...