Warner Robins Air Museum - http://www.museumofaviation.org/
Free Museum - The Museum of Aviation, in Warner Robbins, is a top-rate place to see and learn about U.S. Army and U.S.
Air Force history. There are 93 displays, both inside and out, with many hands-on things for adults and kids alike to do.
From huge bombers, to World War II fighters, to helicopters and missle drones, these 51 acres take a while to go over,
but it's worth it. Here you can see first hand how military aircraft have changed. It's also rather awe inspiring to stand
next to some incredibly large aircraft.
Lane Packing, LLC, http://www.lanesouthernorchards.com/ Lane Southern Orchards is a fourth generation family operation that farms over 2,700 acres of peach trees and
2,100 acres of pecans. Located right outside of Fort Valley, in the heart of middle Georgia, they currently grow over
30 varieties of peaches.
Pearson Farm - www.pearsonfarm.com/ The Pearson family has been growing peaches and pecans on the same Georgia land as our great-great grandparents for
over 100 years. Here at Pearson Farm traditional American southern hospitality and honest values have been the guiding
principles of our family farm for five generations.
The state's oldest, continuously operating peach packing house, Dickey Farms grows a wide variety of peaches which allows
the fruit to be hand picked, packed, and shipped from early May to August. Mechanization has allowed growers to pick the fruit
at its peak ripeness, process it, and have it in the grocery stores within a day or two. Visitors come from all over the world
to tour during peach season months (mid May to mid August) .
up the road is Macon, Georgia
A true birthplace of Soul and Southern Rock, Macon’s holds a storied place
in American music history. Little Richard and Otis Redding grew up in Macon and began their legendary careers here, while
James Brown recorded his first single in town at WIBB. In the ‘70s, Macon’s Capricorn Records introduced the Allman
Brothers Band, Marshall Tucker Band and Wet Willie to rock music fans. Revered landmarks, including a life-sized bronze statue
of Otis Redding, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and lively nightclubs and festivals keep the local music scene exciting.
Georgia Music Hall of Fame, 200 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Georgia counts among
her musicians the Allman Brothers Band, Ray Charles, R.E.M., James Brown, Little Richard, Alan Jackson, the Indigo Girls,
the B-52’s, Trisha Yearwood and hundreds more. Check out Travis Tritt’s 10-foot guitar or footage of Otis Redding
at the Monterey Pop Festival. Exhibits, Music Factory Children’s Wing, Library, Music Store, concerts and events.
Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, 300 Cherry Street
Drive a NASCAR simulator,
shoot hoops, kick a winning field goal or relive Hank Aaron’s historic 715th home run. Learn more about Georgia athletes
Jackie Robinson, Evander Holyfield, Nancy Lopez and legendary golfer Bobby Jones. The largest state sports museum in the country
offers 3,000 artifacts, a 205-seat ball park theater, research library and gift shop.
Alman Brothers fans will
love the new Big House Museum
Sit on the front porch where Duane Allman and Berry Oakley
whiled away all those hot Southern afternoons, making music and making friends and making history. Walk up the steps to that
porch and you can almost hear the footsteps of Jaimoe or Butch Trucks or Chuck Leavell walking up beside you. Those bells
you hear in the distance of a Sunday morning? They'll ring forever in Dickey Betts' “Blue Sky.” Find out what
it was about the place that made it magic, that made it special, that made it home—so much so that when Gregg Allman
wrote, “Please Call Home,” this is the home he was writing about. This is where the journey began, and for those
of us who took that journey with them, this one little stretch of Vineville Avenue in Macon, Georgia is the road that goes