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Cannonball House and Museum

856 Mulberry Street, Macon, GA 31201, USA

This Greek Revival home, built circa 1853, was struck during the Battle of Dunlap Hill on July 30, 1864, by a cannonball fired from one of Union Gen. George Stoneman's guns. Union forces were thought to have been firing at the Johnston-Hay House on the next corner, which was known to have stored the Confederate treasury. The original brick structure, formerly the kitchen, is located on the property and houses a collection of artifacts from the Civil War.


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From 1-75 North: Take exit 164, Forsyth Street/Hardeman Avenue, turn right onto Forsyth St. At the second traffic light turn left onto College St. At the second traffic light turn right onto Georgia Ave. The street name changes to Mulberry St. The Cannonball House is on the right, between Spring and New Streets. Parking is to the rear of the building on Mulberry St. Lane. From 1-75 South: Take exit 165 (exits to the left) onto 1-16 East toward Savannah. Immediately move to the far right lane and take exit 1A, Spring St. Turn right onto Spring St. Pass through two traffic lights, then bear left at the fork. At the stop sign, turn left onto Mulberry St. The Cannonball House is the fourth building on the right.

Visitor Services

Gift shop, garden, trolley tour with other points of interest.

Regular Events

March: Cherry Blossom Festival, October: Historic Ghost Tours, December: Victorian Tea Parties around the Christmas Tree. Regular tours offered every half hour.

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Admission Fee

Adults $6.00, seniors/military $5.00, students $3.00, children under 4 free


March through December: Monday-Saturday: 10:00 AM - 4:15 PM January and February: Monday - Friday 11:00AM - 4:15PM, Saturday 10:00AM - 4:15PM



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