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Things to do in Columbus, GA

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C. > Things to do in Columbus, GA

columbus georgiaLocated along the beautiful the great Chattahoochee River on the Georgia-Alabama border, Columbus GA is one of the most beautiful cities in Muscogee County. The city offers all kinds of attractions and recreational activities and is a great family vacation destination in Georgia.

Coca-Cola Space Science Center

Managed by the Columbia State University, this state-of-the-art facility is dedicated to enlightening the people about astronomy and space through interactive exhibits, STEM-based educational programs, and hands-on experience. Highlights of this education-oriented facility include the Omnisphere Theater which puts on space-related films, Mead Observatory and the Challenger Learning Center for the kids.

Columbus Botanical Garden

Covering a total area of 22 acres in the northern section of the city, the Columbus Botanical Garden is one of the most captivating locations in Columbus. The garden boasts of having all kinds of exotic plants including perennials, ornamentals, and herbs among others. There are also dozens of well-manicured paths where you can take leisurely walks and enjoy nature at its best. The Columbus Botanical Garden is open to the public all week long and paid guided tours are available upon request.

Columbus Museum

Billed as one of the largest museums in Georgia, the Columbus Museum features a collection of historical artifacts and other materials related to Columbus and the greater Chattahoochee Valley area. There is also an art display section which is dedicated to showcasing different genres of American art. Other notable features include an auditorium, an atrium, and an interactive gallery. Outside the Mediterranean Revival museum building is a 13-acre stretch of land that features beautifully manicured lawns and gardens.

Columbus Riverwalk

Also known as the Chattahoochee RiverWalk, the Columbus Riverwalk is a 22-mile paved trail and bike path. The riverwalk is one of the longest trails in the region. Its location along the Chattahoochee River gives it the perfect atmosphere for long relaxed walks and morning runs. For those who are not into jogging and running, there are several companies offering geocaching challenges along the same path. The river itself is a world-recognized whitewater course.

Other notable points of interest include the Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, National Infantry Museum, RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, and the National Civil War Naval Museum.

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.
1 10th St #550, Augusta, GA 30901
(706) 724-1756

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