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Al Fresco Dining

With the spring flowers in bloom, warm breeze blowing and so many spring specials to look forward to, when visiting Milledgeville, it is the time of year to eat outdoors! We have the perfect guide for dining outside in the warmer weather at some of our favorite restaurants. Metropolis If you are in…

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6 Spring Events You Won’t Want to Miss

Spring is in the air, and these lively festivals are in full bloom in Milledgeville. We've compiled our annual list of can't-miss spring festivals. Mark your calendars! Experience a recreation of Mary Virginia Brown's 1859 doll wedding where the local Baptist minister married her dolls with pomp and…

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Gone Fishin'

Milledgeville is known for its enormous historic homes, southern charm and adorable downtown area, but what also comes to mind for many are the lazy days on Lake Sinclair. Especially for the fisherman who love to take a trip down to Milly for those famous Bass and Catfish. The lake covers more than…

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Walk Through History

With the unseasonably warm weather, it is the perfect time to do Milledgeville’s famous walking tour. On this self-guided walk, bike or drive through our town, you will be overwhelmed with the beauty of Milledgeville’s antebellum houses and history-filled stories. Here are some of the highlights of…

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Milledgeville: Then and Now Part 2

Milledgeville is known for its immense history as the Georgia State Capital from 1808 to 1868, during the Civil War. The town was modeled after Savannah, Georgia and Washington D.C., and is one of few towns to be laid out especially to be a capital. After the capital moved to Atlanta, Milledgeville…

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