Macon Georgia Culture

Minutes from downtown Macon, Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park is untouched by modern development. The location of a remarkable national park in Georgia is marked by 17 millennia of uninterrupted human settlement.

The Ocmulgee Mounds, Georgia's largest ancient mounds, built by the Mississippi culture over a millennium ago (ca. 950 - 1150), are preserved in the national park and date back to the region's first human settlement about 3,000 years ago. The seven-year-old Earth Mound National Historical Park preserves the remains of seven mounds of earth created by ancient human settlements in what is now central Georgia. Mississippi cultures descend from the ancient inhabitants of the southern and central regions of Georgia and have been exposed to development and influences since the 17th century.

The Colonial Mall of Macon has become one of Georgia's largest shopping centers, with more than 30 acres of parkway surrounding the Eisenhower Parkway, the Georgia State University campus and the University of South Georgia campus. The regional shopping center opened in 1996 and refocused downtown retail along the Dwight Eisenhower Highway and along its east side, near the US Army Corps of Engineers.

The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame features interactive exhibits that showcase the history of sport in Georgia and honor exceptional Georgian athletes. The Tubman Museum, which features African American history and art, and the Georgia Children's Museum offer a variety of interactive exhibitions and programs, including a children's museum, a museum for children and young adults with special needs, and a library and museum. Macon Little Theater, founded in 1930 and 1980 by Macon Theatre, offers performances of musicals, dramas, plays, dance and musical theater. Similar to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta's Midtown, it features programs ranging from Broadway shows like "The Color Purple" and "Hamilton" to local productions like "Hairspray," "Avenue Q" and other popular shows.

For more information about the Macon Arts Alliance, please visit the Alliance's website or call 478-743-6940 or visit its Facebook page or Twitter account.

Find out what foods are in season in Georgia, at Georgia Grown or at your local farmers market in Georgia. Popular Georgia foods include chicken, turkey, beef, pork, lamb, chicken and pork ribs, as well as prawns, lobster, crab, oysters, lobster, shrimp and crab from Macon, Brunswick, Savannah and Savannah-Fulton.

Then try some of the seasonal offerings available at Georgia Grown, at your local Georgia farmers market or at a local grocery store in Macon or Brunswick.

This museum is dedicated to the art history of African Americans, from the things that black Americans invented to their culture. It houses a variety of artworks by artists from around the world, as well as a collection of artifacts and artifacts by African Americans.

This 4,000 square foot space is located in the Georgia Museum of Natural History, which is dedicated to African American art, culture and history. This space explores the history of sports in Georgia and displays exhibits on Georgia's history, such as the Atlanta Braves and Georgia State University. Just outside the Rotunda is a Georgian History Gallery, which tells the untold story of African Americans through paintings, furniture and other artifacts. The room contains a collection of photographs by Georgian artists as well as artifacts and artefacts from Georgia.

The mission of the Macon Arts Alliance is to promote and support the promotion of art and culture in Central Georgia. The Digital Library for Georgia, located at the University of Georgia Libraries, is a GALILEO initiative that works with the Georgia State University Library and the State Library of Atlanta to provide access to the latest information on Georgia's cultural heritage. This project is the first of its kind in Georgia and also serves as a model for other libraries in the state, such as the Atlanta Public Library.

Macon, home to five colleges and universities including the University of Georgia, Georgia State University and Georgia Tech University, has about 25,000 college students. The university is a place of higher education, with the largest school being the College of Arts and Sciences and the Georgia Institute of Technology in Athens, the second largest in the state.

The Macon Symphony Orchestra performs at the Grand Opera House in Downtown Macon. The Coliseum's health care system, which includes the Coliseum Medical Center, the University of Georgia, Georgia State University and Georgia Tech University, employs a total of 1,723 people. Annual events in Macons include the annual "Fire in the Pan" festival, a three-day festival of music, dance, food and entertainment.

If you are interested in exploring what Central Georgia has to offer, here are ten reasons to visit Macon. Experience the local culture with these seven fun things you can do and learn more about your budget.

There is no better way to experience 17,000 years of rural history than to visit Macon and Georgia National Park. One of the coolest things about Macon is its architecture, and there are a number of beautiful historic houses that are fortunately preserved and you can admire on your next visit to Macons.

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