“THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER OF WILLIAM MARTIN”
May 11, 2013- Join The Cannonball House in solving the mysterious murder of William Martin. Feel free to join our cast in period 1902 attire as we begin by hosting a Birthday Party which suddenly turns into a crime scene and help solve the murder of the poor soul who tragically dies on his birthday. This will be a one day event with two sessions offered, one at 6:00 p.m. and one at 8:00 p.m. with each group limited to 15 people. To secure your invitation to the party you must make your reservations early by calling 478-745-5982. Admission will be $10 per person
“TAKE A TOUR OF CIVIL WAR MACON”
April 13, 2013- Join us at The Cannonball House as we offer a driving tour of Civil War Macon. Come along with us as we visit the places that were of particular interest to Macon during this great conflict. Learn of the role that Macon played in support of the war and see the evolution
of some of the buildings that still exist today. Tours will leave from The Cannonball House at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. with each group limited to 25 people. In addition to the driving tour you will be offered a tour
of The Cannonball House, its Military Museum, brick kitchen and servant’s quarters and 19th Century gardens. This is a one day opportunity, so please make your reservations in advance by
calling 478-745-5982. Admission to include the driving tour will
be $20 per person.
This program has been postponed, please check back for the new dates
“Dark Roses and Black Crepe”
19th Century Mourning Customs
During the month of June, The Cannonball House will observe 19th Century mourning customs. See this beautiful Greek revival home as it would have appeared after the death of a family member, complete with all the funeral decorations that adorned a home of this period. Learn the customs and traditions of both black and white families as well as the superstitions which were so much a part of the death experience.
Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for students and includes a tour of the 1853 Greek revival home.
Macon, Georgia has the distinction of being a city virtually untouched by the War Between the States. Its homes and landscapes, offered today, make Macon truly a City of The Old South. Join us at The Cannonball House on September 7th, 2013 as we offer a driving tour of Antebellum Macon. Come along with us as we show you the homes and churches that served Macon’s earliest residents. Learn the history of Macon’s most magnificent homes as you enjoy the trip. Tours will leave The Cannonball House at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. with each group being limited to 25 people so make your reservations in advance. In addition to the driving tour you will have the opportunity to tour The Cannonball House, its Military Museum, brick kitchen and servant’s quarters and the 19th Century gardens. Admission to include the both the driving tour and a tour of The Cannonball House will be $15 per person. To make your reservations you may call 478-745-5982.
TAKE A TOUR OF ANTEBELLUM MACON