Historic Downtown Milledgeville – Located between Hwy 49 and Hwy 22
Downtown Milledgeville combines Southern charm with a vibrant energy, which stems from the college-town atmosphere, specialty shops, and a number of unique hometown eateries, making downtown a dining destination and transforming it into a bustling community. Boasting an array of historic treasures, from the impressive architecture to the historic venues, there is something for everyone. Downtown provides an outstanding museum district featuring three different museums, two colleges, and an abundant amount of historical sites and architectural landmarks. It is a great place to dine with more than 13 restaurants downtown, including some that have been rehabilitated to show Milledgeville’s culture, character and charm. Make sure to stop in at the many unique shops and find out why so many believe that Downtown Milledgeville is also a great place to live, work and play!
Milledgeville Mall – Located on Hwy 441
The Milledgeville Mall has everything from national anchor stores like Belks and TJ Maxx to local shops like Maggie Lane’s. It also boasts Carmike Cinemas, a 6-screen movie theater. Also located in the Mall: Merle Norman, Maurice’s, JC Penny, Rack Room Shoes, Rue 21, KAY Jewelers, Bath & Body Works, OfficeMax Number One’s Men’s Fit, B & E Wireless, Premier One Nails, Stage One Haircutters, Claire’s Exchange Bank, Swan Dry Cleaners, Starbucks, Rite Aid, Sports Addition, U.S. Army, Marines & more.
Traditional Strip Centers – Located on 441, Garrett Way, Southside Milledgeville, Wayne Street towards Vinson Highway
Baldwin County is home to several traditional strip mall developments that are full of national chains such as Kroger, Wal-Mart, Piggly Wiggly as well as locally owned and operated independent businesses.
Throughout all of our commercial corridors there are hundreds of dining options ranging from white table cloth fine dining to casual and even fast food. Regardless of your craving Milledgeville has a restaurant that can satiate your desire with Thai, Sushi, Indian, Greek, Chinese, American, Korean, Mexican and soul food. We wouldn’t be the Antebellum capital if we didn’t have a wonderful selection of “down home” Southern cooking.