The Sanford House in Milledgeville

What to do in Milledgeville this Fall

Milledgeville, with its stunning architecture, charming downtown district and abundant recreation, is a must-see any time of the year, but it is especially beautiful in fall. The scenic drive down Highway 441, museum tours, seasonal menu options, fishing, hiking and more welcome you to retreat for…

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Memory Hill Cemetery Haunted Stories

Rumor has it that the spirits of restless souls buried in Memory Hill Cemetery still roam the streets of Milledgeville. From horrific tales to local legends, we bring you this spooky guide on the city’s permanent residents, so you can be prepared in case you were to accidentally stumble across one…

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Where to get spooked this fall

It’s the season of getting spooked and Milledgeville’s got the perfect Halloween themed activities for your friends and family! In a time when things look different, we’ve created fun and safe places for our visitors this October! Everything from Ghost Tours to a virtual race, the haunted themes…

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Mean Marion Stembridge

Marion Stembridge is one of Milledgeville’s most notorious characters. Even decades after his death, whispers of his crimes still circulate around town. Some even say that Marion himself can still be seen and heard. His story is one of murder, intrigue, and pain. If you want to know more about the…

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The Haunts of The Homestead

Built in 1818 by Peter Jones Williams, The Homestead has stood tall on Liberty Street for over 200 years. The home was the center of social life in Milledgeville and its walls held state officials, governors, and congressmen, among others. Besides being a gathering place, the Homestead belonged to…

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The Spirits of the Tate House

The spookiest time of the year is almost here! We love the tales of the most haunted properties in Milledgeville and the spirits that inhabit them. The one that sends chills down our spine is the infamous Tate House and those that lived there. The Walker-Breedlove-Scott-Tate-Thompson house is…

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