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The Sanford House in Milledgeville

Top 7 Tours in Milledgeville

Our warm spring season is blossoming to life with things to see and do. Make the most of your visit, check out these seven tours that are open! Guided: Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion A must-do during your time in Milledgeville is seeing Georgia’s Old Governor’s Mansion. Hidden from her exterior…

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2 Day Itinerary in Downtown Milledgeville

Spend a couple of days like a local while you venture through downtown Milledgeville. Our delicious dining, trendy boutiques, quaint antiques and loads of outdoor recreation will have you wishing you had more time than just two days. Day One When arriving in Milledgeville for an overnight stay, be…

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Milledgeville Fun for Kids

Milledgeville is home to enchanting trails, refreshing waters and giant scoops of sweet ice cream. If your little ones need playtime on the playground or to relax and watch the latest blockbuster movie, Milledgeville can be an unexpected family-friendly destination! Here are 21 kid-approved things…

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“Adult” Spring Break

While your college years may be a thing of the past, it doesn't mean you can’t celebrate the splendor of spring with a relaxing, fun, and hospitable getaway. From lakeside retreats to spa services to golf courses, make Milledgeville your spring break destination. We’ve picked 9 of our favorite…

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10 Women-Owned Businesses in Milledgeville, GA

Locally owned businesses are a vital piece of our community’s economic make-up. They generate growth and bring fresh ideas into our town while also creating special and unique spots that mark the passing of each generation. In Milledgeville, our friends and neighbors come together to create spaces…

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Meet Ms. Stella's

Ms. Stella’s is simply soul food done right. Owner Lucious Trawick brings classic southern comfort foods to life at Ms. Stella’s - a restaurant named in honor of his grandmother, a neighborhood icon. The restaurant has been serving home cooked meals to the Milledgeville community for over 9 years…

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5 Flannery O'Connor Sites of Interest

Renowned as one of America’s greatest short-story authors, Flannery O’ Connor was a visionary in the field of Southern gothic literature. Deriving inspiration from the land and people around her, Flannery’s most-productive writing years were during her residence at Andalusia Farm in Milledgeville…

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10 Must-Do Lake Sinclair Activities

Your plans for a Lake Sinclair getaway surely include going for a swim in the refreshing waters and maybe casting a line. While visiting Lake Sinclair, minutes from downtown Milledgeville, there is so much more you must plan to do. 1. Cruise the waves If you find yourself at the lake, obviously…

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4 Reasons to Visit the Sallie Ellis Davis House

One of Milledgeville’s hidden treasures, just steps away from Georgia’s Old Governor’s Mansion along Clarke Street, is the Sallie Ellis Davis House. In a time of great inequality, it was the home of an African American Educator and community leader in the early 1900’s who worked to create equal…

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Five Sites Celebrating African-American Contributions

Over 200 years of African-American contributions and achievements have built the foundation of Milledgeville’s past. From faith to education to commerce, keep reading to discover five sites where Black history has contributed to forming a strong foundation for the vibrant community Milledgeville is…

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