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Hay House, Macon

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The Hay House is a stunning historical landmark in the heart of Macon, Georgia. Built from 1855 to 1859 in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style, the Hay House is open for tours, weddings, and events. One of Georgia’s most distinguished structures, the Johnston-Felton-Hay House in Macon was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974. The house itself contains more than 18,000 square feet in 24 principal rooms.
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  • There is parking along the street in front of the house and some, limited, parking in a small lot behind the house. You enter through the back of the house (not the street side). This may look like a....  more
    There is parking along the street in front of the house and some, limited, parking in a small lot behind the house. You enter through the back of the house (not the street side). This may look like a....  more »
  • It is a unique experience, the house is beautiful and it's history is really interesting, I really enjoyed the tour inside it, the lady that was reputations for the tour was amazing and very... 
    It is a unique experience, the house is beautiful and it's history is really interesting, I really enjoyed the tour inside it, the lady that was reputations for the tour was amazing and very...  more »
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  • Our tour guide was phenomenal and truly knowledgeable about the house, its history, and about its various stages of restoration. The house itself is breathtaking! You would hardly know such a hidden gem sits right downtown. Even from the outside, it looks like it could be just another stately brick mansion - but the inside is absolutely stunning. The craftsmanship, detail, and opulence is amazing. I've seen many restored houses, but this one is a testament to the dedication of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. You will feel like you've stepped into a different era in every room of this Italian Renaissance house.
  • An awesome historical house, a perfect place to find history that never made it into the books. If you live in Macon or simply just visiting, take a few hours and take a tour. If you are touring when the weather isn't too hot, take the extended tour upstairs. It's just another $5 and definitely worth the view. Tours start every hour.

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