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Historic Walking Tour

  • 200 West Hancock Street
    Milledgeville, GA 31061

ABOUT

ABOUT

Founded in 1803 around a series of beautiful squares and wide streets, Milledgeville was designed to be a capital city. For more than 60 years, she remained the capital. Many area homes and structures survived the periodic fires and willful destruction of the War Between the States. On Milledgeville's famous self-guided walking tour you will be immersed in the beautiful architecture of over 40 of our Antebellum homes and history-filled stories. You'll stroll past sites such as Statehouse Square where the highest point in the city was reserved for the Old Capitol Building. First Presbyterian and St. Stephen's Episcopal also occupy this square. Well preserved Federal-style architecture, enhanced by noteworthy Greek Revival, Victorian and Classic revival houses await you. Brochures are available at the Visitor's Center located at 200 West Hancock Street.

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