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  • Bo Bartlett Center

    The Bo Bartlett Center houses and displays The Scarborough Collection: 14 monumental paintings by Bartlett. Additionally, the center houses more than 300 paintings and drawings as well as the complete archive of sketchbooks, correspondence, journals, recordings, photographs, artistic notes, memorabilia, objects, and objects d’art relevant to the production of Bartlett’s work.

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  • Chattahoochee RiverWalk

    The RiverWalk is an outdoor 15-mile linear park that hugs the banks of the Chattahoochee River.

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  • Coca-Cola Space Science Center

    This state of the art facility houses a Challenger Learning Center, the Omnisphere Theater and the Westrock Observatory.

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  • Columbus Aquatic Center

    Welcome to Columbus Aquatic Center! The Columbus Aquatic Center is a state of the art facility located just off Macon Road. The facility offers an...

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  • Columbus Ballet

    The Columbus Ballet is a non-profit pre-professional youth ballet that provides performance and outreach opportunities for students at the Columbus State University Dance Conservatory which is the only school of classical ballet training in our region with over 200 students.

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  • Columbus Botanical Garden

    A natural retreat in the heart of north Columbus!

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  • Columbus Dragonfly Trail

    Columbus' Dragonfly Trail, part of the City's Rails-to-Trails project, is constructed on an abandoned railroad route.

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  • Columbus Museum

    As an American art and regional history museum, and the second largest art museum in Georgia, the Columbus Museum offers a diverse collection to the public.

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  • Columbus State University’s College of the Arts

    Columbus State University's College of the Arts is comprised of three beautiful venues, all of which provide visitors with different and wonderful cultural experiences

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  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra

    The Columbus Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1855, is the second orchestra founded in the nation. The CSO has long been considered one of the southeast's...

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  • CSU’s Corn Center for the Visual Arts

    Attend one of the 6 to 8 annual exhibitions presented by the Norman Shannon and Emmy Lou P. Illges Gallery in the Corn Center for the Visual Arts. These exhibitions are both national and international in scope, often with accompanying lectures and gallery talks. The Illges Gallery is free and open to the public.

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  • CSU’s Riverside Theatre Complex

    The Columbus State University Department of Theatre's Riverside Theatre Complex houses three state-of-the-art performance spaces for over 75 public theatre performances each year.

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  • Fort Benning Family MWR

    Whether visiting for a day or staying a while, Fort Benning offers something for everyone! Special events, Independence Celebration, Octoberfest, just to name a few! Recreation offerings include an 18-hole golf course with driving range and snack bar, bowling center and shooting range.

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  • Heritage Park

    Heritage Park is a celebration of the industrial heritage of Columbus, Georgia.

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  • Historic Westville

    Historic Westville is a history museum representing a 19th century Georgia town in Columbus, Westville is a re-creation of a historic village with over 30 authentically restored and furnished antebellum buildings and land that include the village, pasture, and fields.

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  • Liberty Theatre

    Opening in 1925, the Liberty Theatre used to show motion pictures, and it also had a stage for musical performances and plays which were popular at the time. It reopened in 1996 as the first African-American arts institution and musical playhouse in Columbus. The completed facility is now used as a Performing Arts Cultural Center for the entire community, hosting musical events and plays.

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  • 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.

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  • MidTown Columbus

    Come visit MidTown! In the center of Columbus, just a 3-minute drive from Uptown, lies vibrant MidTown Columbus. Touches of history, art and culture are scattered about the charming, distinctive tree-lined historic neighborhoods. Carson McCullers childhood home, the Columbus Museum, and the Olmsted Garden are close to local and regional shopping centers and eateries.

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  • 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.

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  • National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center

    The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, voted USA Today’s Best Free Museum and one of CNN Travel’s 12 best military museums...

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  • 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.

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  • Ride on Bikes

    Ride on Bikes is conveniently located on Broadway in Uptown and is a young bike shop with staff who are very passionate about cycling!

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  • RiverCenter for the Performing Arts

    The centerpiece of the city’s new arts and entertainment district.

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  • Rivermarket Antiques

    Rivermarket Antiques is one of the most unique antique shopping experiences in the south. Not only will you find hidden treasures in the form of...

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  • Springer Opera House

    The State Theatre of Georgia and a leading Southern cultural institution for 150 years.

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  • Stumpy’s Hatchet House

    Stumpy’s Hatchet House is the perfect place to experience the social throw-down of hatchet throwing and socializing. These days it’s easy to get immersed in technology, but we encourage you to take a step back and experience the primitive sport of axe throwing! This fun organic activity is perfect for that adrenaline rush you’ve been seeking, and it’s also a productive way to relieve your stress. Get together your group of friends, your family, or your co-workers, and come enjoy this old school activity in a new school setting. ALL GUESTS MUST BE 13 OR OVER - We require guests to be 18 or older after 7 p.m. on Fridays & Saturdays

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  • Uptown Columbus

    The home of Columbus' entertainment district.

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  • Uptown Float

    Our sensory deprivation rooms will help you to relax your muscles and clear your mind. If you experience chronic pain, enjoy meditation, a competitive edge, or just want to relax, then treat yourself to a session in one of our float rooms!

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  • Vicinity Tours

    Enjoyable guided tour to see and hear about all of Columbus' major attractions and landmarks. You can either walk or ride! You decide!

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  • Visionary Odyssey Tour

    This is an experience you won’t soon forget! The tour features art, rum and brews!

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  • Whitewater Express, Columbus, GA

    Come raft with us on the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Ga. and Phenix City, Ala., the longest urban whitewater rafting in the world!

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