Historic Landmarks and Locations

Fort Hill Cemetery

Fort Hill Cemetery

Fort Hill Cemetery 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where Emmett Miller Was Laid to Rest. Buried in Macon’s first city cemetery is a little known but notable artist who is credited for putting the yodel in country music.…

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Riverside Cemetery

Historic Riverside Cemetery & Conservancy

Historic Riverside Cemetery & Conservancy 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Steeped in More Macon Music Stories. Some of the most fascinating, unsung stories of Macon music history are interred at Historic Riverside Cemetery. Located adjacent to Rose Hill Cemetery, this…

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The Rookery

The Rookery

The Rookery 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where Bragg Jam was Born. If Macon had an official rock cafe, it would be the Rookery. This locally-owned (and local favorite) is one of Downtown Macon’s oldest eateries. In…

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Robert E. Lee Building

Robert E. Lee Building

Robert E. Lee Building 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Launchpad for Southern Soul. Once known as the Professional Building, this office complex, converted from an antebellum residence, was the home to groundbreaking efforts to introduce rhythm and blues…

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Library Ballroom

Library Ballroom

Library Ballroom 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where the Allman Brothers Band Began. Then known as the College Discotheque, this was once the location of the hottest ticket in town; The only problem was ticket sales were…

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Little Richard Penniman Boulevard

Little Richard Penniman Boulevard

Little Richard Penniman Boulevard 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Gateway to the Architect of Rock n’ Roll. A portion of Downtown Macon’s Second Street Corridor connector and one of the city’s most significant street gateways is named in Little…

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Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge

Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge

Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Connector of Allman Brotherhood. When you drive down Highway 41 at Forsyth Street, also known as Duane Allman Boulevard, you’ll cross the Raymond Berry Oakley III Bridge. The two…

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Duane Allman Boulevard

Duane Allman Boulevard

Duane Allman Boulevard 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

The Street Named After Skydog. If you drive from the Big House to the H&H Restaurant, you’ll take Duane Allman Memorial Boulevard to get there. This historic part of Highway…

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Jason Aldean Way

Jason Aldean Way Street Sign

Jason Aldean Way Street Sign 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

Where We Know He Was Here. Just outside the Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital you can drive along Jason Aldean Way, a portion of Pine Street renamed for Macon’s most…

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Elizabeth Reed's Music Hall

Elizabeth Reed Music Hall

Elizabeth Reed Music Hall 1600 1000 Macon Music Trail

In Memory of a Macon Music Haunt. Elizabeth Reed Music Hall is no longer in operation but the entryway still pays tribute to Macon’s music scene. This was one of…

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