The Tubman Museum, formerly known as the "Tubman African American Museum", is located in Macon, Georgia, USA. It is located in the city's museum district near the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
Founded in 1981, this 8,500-square-foot (790 m2) museum is dedicated toward preserving and displaying African American art, history, and culture. It also offers an array of exhibitions, programs, and publications geared to adults, families, and students and teachers in grades K-12 and college. There are classes offered in dancing, drama, drumming, photography, and visual art that are focused on African American culture.
The museum was located at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Walnut Street from its founding until 2015. The 8,500 square foot building was replaced with a new 49,500 square foot building in front of Terminal Station and across the street from the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.  The new building was in the works to replace the old building since 2001. The board of directors broke ground in 2001, however due to the economic downturn of 2007 and 2008, the building project was put to a halt.  The old building closed on April 10, 2015. The new facility opened on May 16, 2015 during the Pan-African Festival in Downtown Macon. It included a march from the old Tubman Museum to the new building where the ribbon cutting took place.
- "Tubman African American Museum". New Georgia Encyclopedia. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
- Tubman Museum - official site
- Selections from the Collections of the Tubman African American Museum, 1800-2012 from the Digital Library of Georgia