Tubman Museum is located at Walnut Street in Macon, Georgia and is approximately an hour and half's drive from Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The museum has exhibits that celebrate African-America art, history and culture. There is free parking available adjacent to the museum and it is open from 9am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 5pm on Saturdays.
There are a number of permanent exhibitions maintained at the museum about different African American art and culture. These include exhibits about African-American folk art, Black Inventors and a history of Middle Georgia. There is also a special exhibit gallery, which pays homage to Harriet Ross Tubman an activist for the rights of African-Americans and women. The museum also collects and exhibits the works of Georgia born and Georgia based artists, who are also recognized both nationally and across the globe.
As well as group tours the museum offers art classes, student workshops and art and history outreach programs amongst other things. Visitors can purchase various souvenirs from the museum store including books, mugs, t-shirts and many other items. Macon has many other popular attractions including the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame and the Grand Opera House.
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