Learn about the great influences of Africa on the state of Georgia at the Tubman Museum in the City of Macon. The museum highlights many parts of African culture and educates people about its influence in modern day Georgia.
Marvel over the many art exhibits at the museum. See the full folk art museum that highlights traditional paintings and sculptures. Learn about black artists from the state as well.
See the Inventor’s Gallery and learn about many of the greatest inventors in African American history. These include such key figures as George Washington Carver and Madam C.J. Walker.
Learn about the local history of Macon at a special dedicated exhibit in the museum. See numerous artifacts dedicated to life and African American experiences in the city. These include many artifacts dating back to old slave camps and other Civil War-era features that have been carefully preserved over the years.
See the distinctive mural as you enter the museum in Macon, Georgia. This mural is more than fifty feet in length and highlights the history of African culture in the region from when many immigrants from Africa into the area to the present day where ancestors of those immigrants continue to make a difference.