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The Sanford House in Milledgeville
Bonnie Simmons
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Bonnie Simmons

Meet Bonnie. Bonnie is the social media voice, website whiz and marketing director for the Milledgeville-Baldwin CVB. Bonnie fell in love with Milly while she attended Georgia College and worked at the downtown staple establishment, The Brick. Now married and chasing a toddler, she appreciates Milledgeville's family friendly adventures, from walking at the Oconee River Greenway to attending a First Friday.  

The Layover: Milledgeville

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 an unexpected city. Perhaps one is traveling from Atlanta to Savannah, or Canada to Florida, there may be a layover in…

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A Must Do in Milly

“Move over Savannah” said a TripAdvisor reviewer of Milledgeville’s Trolley Tour. “The best way to see Milledgeville… is by trolley.” Mary Ann Anderson explains during her travel of the Antebellum Trail in The Washington Post. We couldn’t agree more. A guided drive through the landmark historic…

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Bromance in Milledgeville

As the month of romance comes to a close, we cannot help but think of the love we share for our boys, dudes, bros… aka a bromance. While Milledgeville is full of historic grace and martini nights, we also offer testosterone fueled bonding. If you’re looking for a man vs nature type day, look no…

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5 Local Love Ideas

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and if you are in need of a gift idea, we have prepared 5 local ideas for you! (And they aren’t candy and flowers!) For the history buffs, the First Lady can deliver. Make an appointment for an insider’s tour of the Old Governor’s Mansion! The Collections Tour…

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5 Fall Must Do's in Milly

While Milledgeville offers attractions, events and activities all year, fall is prime time. One doesn't have to retreat to the North Georgia Mountains to enjoy autumn. Our farmers markets continue to offer seasonal produce, fresh baked bread and other handmade items throughout the fall. Lake…

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