• Tubman African American Museum - Macon, Georgia

      The Tubman Museum is dedicated to educating people about African Art, History and Culture. Named for Harriet Tubman, the "Black Moses" who led hundreds of slaves to freedom, it features a mural depicting African Americans from past to present. In the permanent collection, African American inventors, local history and Georgia artists exhibits shine a spotlight on important contributors to both the area and the nation. A special exhibition features 30 works by Mr. Imagination, who is noted for using cast off materials in his artwork. Current traveling exhibits and upcoming events can be found on the website.

      If you go:
      Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adult admission is $10 with discounts for several groups. A gift shop offers books, jewelry and crafts. Two-hour parking in front of the museum. Several restaurants are within walking distance on Cherry Street, including City Market. Note: your Internet search may return an address on Walnut Street; Cherry Street is correct.


      310 Cherry Street
      Macon, Georgia 31201 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Tubman Museum
      +1 (478) 743-8544