Once Georgia’s last frontier outpost, now it’s third largest city, Columbus is a true destination of choice. From Broadway shows to the State Theatre of Georgia – Columbus offers an array of venues with world-class entertainment. From the history of the foot soldier, the Civil War and prisoners of war – Columbus is home to nationally acclaimed museums. Visitors stroll back to genteel times in the Columbus Historic District where brick streets, ancient oaks and century-old homes are the order of the day. Explore Columbus, GA.
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Chattahoochee RiverWalk The RiverWalk is an outdoor 15-mile linear park that hugs the banks of the Chattahoochee River. See full details
Coca-Cola Space Science Center This state of the art facility houses a Challenger Learning Center, the Omnisphere Theater and the Mead Observatory. See full details
Columbus Museum As an American art and regional history museum, and the second largest museum in Georgia, the Columbus Museum offers a diverse collection to the public. See full details
Heritage Park Heritage Park is a celebration of the industrial heritage of Columbus, Georgia. See full details
Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center Nestled in a bend of the Chattahoochee River in a hardwood wetland, Oxbow Meadows is a place where nature can be itself. See full details
National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus Port Columbus is the only museum in the world dedicated to telling the complete Naval story of the American Civil War. See full details
National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Patriot Park Throughout the 190,000-square-foot museum, visitors will take an interactive journey through every war fought by the U.S. over the past two centuries. See full details
RiverCenter for the Performing Arts The centerpiece of the city’s new arts and entertainment district. See full details
Uptown Columbus The home of Columbus' entertainment district. See full details
MidTown Columbus An in-town community built primarily during the 1920's - 1950's. See full details
Springer Opera House The State Theatre of Georgia and a leading Southern cultural institution for 138 years. See full details
Linwood Cemetery Not only a memorial garden to commemorate the deceased, but also an open-air museum of the art that out lives life, left behind to celebrate all the lives lived and lost. See full details
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