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Old Governor's Mansion   (circa 1839)
120 South Clarke Street
Milledgeville, GA 31061

One of the most perfect examples of Greek Revival architecture in Georgia, this historic home museum housed Georgia's governors from 1839 to 1868. Another well-known occupant was General William T. Sherman, who was headquartered here on November 22, 1864, during his infamous "March to the Sea." Guided tours of the public rooms filled with fascinating architectural features are available at this National Historic Landmark.

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Milledgeville Area Attractions

John Marlor Arts Center
Flannery O'Connor Room
Old Capitol Building
Lockerly Arboretum
Stetson-Sanford House
Memory Hill Cemetery
Milledgeville Ghost Walk
Rocky Creek Park
Museum and Archives of Georgia Education


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