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The Sanford House in Milledgeville

5 Flannery O'Connor Sites of Interest

Renown 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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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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First Timers Guide to Milledgeville

Located precisely in the middle of Georgia, only a couple hours drive from Atlanta and Savannah, Milledgeville is your next favorite small town adventure. Once the capital of Georgia, Milledgeville is known for its historic architecture, charming downtown district and recreational experiences…

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The Eddy Neighborhood

Experience the stories and heritage of the historic Eddy Neighborhood which helped shape Milledgeville’s African American history for over a century. The people who lived within the neighborhood and the events that took place within these blocks played an intricate role in building the city's…

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8 Great Things to do in Milly this Spring

As the brisk days fade and blossoms are coaxed to life, Milledgeville welcome’s it’s most beautiful season - spring. From picnics in the park to strolling the historic district to outdoor adventures and leisurely explorations, our spring season is blossoming with things to see and do around the…

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What to do in Milledgeville this Fall

It’s fall y'all! That wonderful season full of cool weather, changing leaves, lattes and sweaters! Milledgeville is beautiful in the summer, but have you seen it in the fall? Bring along your friends and family and step into a world with brilliant shades of orange and yellow as you admire the…

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A Weekend in Milledgeville

Grab your swim trunks and favorite rod for a splash in the waters of Lake Sinclair or pack your stretchy pants for indulging on southern flavors. However you decide to meet Milledgeville, we know you will love exploring our town for the perfect weekend getaway. Fuel Up: Breakfast is everything, it…

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Five Fantastic Fourth of July Ideas in Milledgeville

Just a short ride from Atlanta, July Fourth weekend in Milledgeville offers classic American favorites like sunshine filled lake days, BBQ galore, river tubing and an abundance of patio dining. Get your red, white and blue ready for a patriotic weekend filled with sun and fun! Due to COVID-19…

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How about a Virtual Visit?

Throughout National Historic Preservation Month, our local partners compiled various short clips to give a virtual visit to all our tourists and history fanatics! A silence still occupies the historic sites due to the effects of the coronavirus and they eagerly await the hustle and bustle of their…

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Best Day Back

Have you been dreaming of venturing out and spending the best day ever in Milledgeville? We know we have! Our Instagram followers voted on how they would plan to spend their best day back in their favorite charming small town. They selected their best Milledgeville experiences, tastes and sites and…

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