|Fried Green Tomatoes is on the right in this photo of Juliette|
We saw signs to 2 plantations on the way to Juliette. The Jarrell Plantation is open Thursdays through Saturdays. This cotton plantation survived Sherman's March to the Sea and was in the same family over 140 years. As a Georgia State Historic site, admission is $6.50.
Macon has the 11 mile Riverwalk, extending south from downtown along the Ocmulgee River, making for a nice stroll. You can access the trail at either Rotary Park or Gateway Park, both on Riverside Drive. There is also a walking tour of the historic downtown area with a guide you can print from the Internet.
|The Hay House|
The Cannonball House was also a worthy tour, with period furnishings and Civil War memorabilia and interesting stories about the house owners.
|The Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House|