While in Milledgeville, Georgia, visitors can visit historic sites such as the Old Governor's Mansion, view local art works at Blackbridge Hall or discover antebellum architecture. Outdoor activities include walking the Oconee River Greenway and exploring the Olive Forge Herb Farm.
Melledgeville boasts a wide range of historical buildings. The Old Capital Building built around 1807 features Gothic architecture and hosts the Old Capital Museum. Exhibits feature prehistoric artifacts from the area to items dating from the founding of the town through the Civil War. Other historical buildings are the Brown-Stetson-Sanford House built in 1825, the Sallie Ellis Davis House and the 1852-era Rose Hill House. The latter, built in the Greek Revival style, was originally a plantation house and is now part of the Lockerly Arboretum.
Guests can hike along the 50-acre Lockerly Arboretum, an expanse of land that contains gardens, herb beds and greenhouses. Visitors can also explore Bartram Forest. Originally home to Native Americans and later settled in the 1700s by the Bartrams, the forest offers hiking trails and bird-watching. Visitors can also get out into nature on 15,300-acre Lake Sinclair, perfect for relaxing on the dock, swimming or fishing. Visitors can also rent paddle boards or jet skis.