5555 Whittlesey Blvd, Columbus, GA 31909
Columbus Park Crossing is an outdoor strip mall located in North Columbus. Major stores include: STAPLES, Bed Bath & Beyond, Marshalls, Toys "R" Us, Old Navy, Barnes & Noble, along with a Carmike Cinemas movie theater and several restaurants to include but not limited to Red Lobster, Chili's, TGI Fridays and Carraba's.
1775 Legacy Way, Columbus, GA 31903
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is conveniently located outside the gates to Ft. Benning-- two miles south of Victory Drive. From I-85 South, take exit 21 to I-185 South to Columbus. Take exit 1B and merge onto US 431/US 280/Victory Drive. Turn left onto Ft. Benning Road and go on to park entrance. From I-85 North, take exit 62 for US 431/US 280 toward Phenix City. Continue east/south on US 431/US 280/Victory Drive. Turn right onto Ft. Benning Road and go on to park entrance.
Front Ave and Sixth St, Columbus, GA 31901
A beautiful trail that expands over 12 miles. This attraction features fishing locations, kayaking and conoeing, lovely areas to have a picnic or a romantic stroll. The Riverwalk connects to states, both Georgia and Alabama.
I-185N Exit 34 GA Hwy . 18, Pine Mountain, GA
Callaway Gardens is a spectacular 13,000 acres of beautiful Georgia counrtyside in the Appalachian Mountains. Home of the world's largest azelea display, one of North America's biggest butterfly conservatories and magnificent vegetable garden where PBS "The Victory Garden" is filmed, this Geaorgia retreat is the perfect destination for family vacations or romantic getaways.
1654 Wynton Rd, Columbus, GA 31904
103 10th Street, Columbus, GA 31901
The State Theatre of Georgia and a leading Southern cultural institution for 138 years. This spectacular American treasure was built by Francis Joseph Springer, an immigrant from Alsace who moved to Columbus before the Civil War. Today, the Springer is one of America's most vibrant professional theatre companies with a popular Mainstage Series, an innovative second-space series called Studio II, an Academy Series featuring some of this region's most talented student actors.
701 Front Ave, Columbus, GA 31901
The Coca-Cola Space Science Center is a division of Columbus State University. It boosts several interactive displays and a planetarium. Geared towards younger visitors, but loved by all.
There are many sights to see in Andersonville. There are five interesting antique, craft and curiosity shops. The Wirz Monument that stands in the center of town reminds us of the many hardships that are faced during war. The log cabin church is a wonderful place to hold weddings. Andersonville also boasts a seven acre pioneer farm which depicts what life was like on a one man farm of the mid 1800s. They are open and ready to greet tour groups 364 days a year, every day but Christmas.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt built the Little White House in 1932 while governor of New York, prior to being inaugurated as president in 1933. He first came to Warm Springs in 1924 hoping to find a cure for the infantile paralysis (polio) that had struck him in 1921.Visitors can tour FDR’s home, which has been carefully preserved very much as he left it.
1300 Oak Grove Rd, Pine Mountain, GA 31822
IT"S A JUNGLE IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD!!! One of the area's most popular attractions, Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari, offers a unique experience. Visitors can see, touch, and feed hundreds of exotic animals - a true worldwide safari! Visitors can ride through the park, observe, take pictures and feed the animals from their car,one of our Zebra Vans or the guided tour bus (seasonal).