Arts and Cultural
Columbus Civic Center
Located in downtown Columbus, this facility is home to Grammy-award-winning artists, world-class sporting events, spectacular exhibits and more.
Founded in 1953, this museum is one of the largest in the Southeast and is unique for its dual focus on American art and regional history.
River Center for the Performing Arts
Open since 2002, this modern complex boasts a number of unique stages, seating from 250 to 2,200, and has played host to several famous artists, including Yo-Yo Ma and others.
Springer Opera House
Built in 1870, this stunning 700-seat space is home to the best in live theater, including Broadway tours and award-winning productions.
Points of Interest
This 13,000-acre venue boasts a greenhouse that changes with the seasons, a huge butterfly habitat and is home to a magnificent bird-of-prey sanctuary.
For centuries the Chattahoochee River has flowed from the mountains of north Georgia to the oyster beds of the Florida Panhandle, and the RiverWalk offers a glimpse into the city's history.
Coca Cola Space Science Center
This state-of-the-art facility houses the Challenger Learning Center, the Omnisphere Theater and the Mead Observatory, and features interactive exhibits and displays.
FDR's Little White House
This is Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidential retreat and museum, and served as his home in Warm Springs, where he came searching for a cure for his polio.
FDR State Park
Georgia's largest state park is rooted in the historical era of four-time President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and features several hiking trails that meander through beautiful hardwood and pine forests.
National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center
This 190,000-square-foot venue honors the history and bravery of infantry forces in the United States Army, with a signature exhibit entitled The Last 100 Yards, which contains scenes from eight wars with life-like casts of actual soldiers.
Poplar Place Farm
Horse trials, dressage shows, schooling shows, show jumping and all things horse related are found at this renowned venue.
Providence Canyon State Park
Known as Georgia's little Grand Canyon, this unique 1,003-acre park features the pink, orange, red and purple hues of canyon soil, wildflowers and more.
Located along the Chattahoochee River, it's the home of Columbus' entertainment district, specialty shopping, pubs, art, and much more.
Wild Animal Safari
This venue offers such a unique experience – visitors can see, touch, photograph, and feed hundreds of exotic animals.
Columbus Park Crossing
This outdoor mall is located in north Columbus and has major stores, small boutiques, and a multi-screen theater.
Sports and Entertainment
Bull Creek Golf Course
Voted to be one of the nation's top 25 public courses by Golf Digest, Bull Creek offers a choice of two 18-hole options to play.
Country Club of Columbus
Donald Ross, the famous golf architect from Scotland, designed this golf course, which features small elevated greens and bunkers with rollover edges.
Green Island Country Club
This is an 18-hole, regulation-length course and driving range built in 1960 and offers golfers a fun but challenging experience.
South Commons Softball Complex
These facilities are said to be unparalleled in the world of softball and hosts hundreds of local league competitions.
Woodruff Farm Soccer Center
This 31-field complex is home to the Georgia State Soccer Cup.
- BAE Systems
- Brookstone Center Office Park
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Georgia
- Chattachoochee Valley Community College
- Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated
- Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center
- Columbus Regional Medical Center
- Columbus State University
- Columbus Technical College
- Doctor's Hospital
- Fort Benning
- Georgia Military College
- Hughston Hospital
- Iron Works Convention and Trade Center
- Johnson Controls
- Martin Army Community Hospital
- Mead Westvaco
- Northrop Grumman
- Pratt & Whitney
- St. Francis Hospital
- Strayer University
- Troy University at Columbus