Macon , GA
The Cannonball House, located 856 Mulberry Street, is an authentic 1853 home of Greek Revival architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the House was made famous when it was struck by Union artillery on July 30, 1864. Furnished entirely to the 1853 period, you will see fine furniture, an English garden and a quaint two story kitchen made of hand molded brick which also served as the servant's quarters for the House during the period. A Civil War military collection features uniforms, flags and weapons used by Georgians during the War.
The House has stood as one of Macon's premier tourist attractions for nearly 50 years.
March through December
Monday through Saturday: 10:00 am -last tour begins at 4:15 pm
January and February
Monday through Friday 11:00 am - last tour begins at 4:15 pm
Saturday: 10:00 - last tour begins at 4:15 pm
Closed major holidays.