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See Many Historical Sites, Venues and Museums that will Take you Back in Time

The city’s start began around Chattahoochee River, which provided residents access to its surrounding communities and cities. The city was naturally named after its founders, Christopher Columbus. While the drawing plan for the city was done up by Dr. Edwin L. DeGraffenried, Columbus had a big role to play during the country’s Civil War especially for the Battle of Columbus with a historic marker being built to mark it as the ‘Last Land Battle in the Civil War’.

With that said, you can expect a number of historical sites, memorials and museums dedicated to those who were involved in the war and historical centers helping visitors understand how Columbia was involved in the fight. Don’t forget to check out sites like The American Civil War Museum, The National Civil War Naval Museum and National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center. For kid-friendly entertainment, bring them to The Coca-Cola Space and Science Center or to Georgia State Park for a fun day out with family and friends.

Quite a number Georgia city’s historical venues and landmark locations can be used for events like weddings, birthday parties, corporate functions, business meetings, festivals, group travels, and fun gatherings. Give US Coachways a call if you are looking for a reliable charter bus, party bus, coach charter, mini bus, school bus, prom limousine, wedding limo or other types of luxurious, exotic vehicles for your events. Let us connect you to the most budget-friendly vehicles in Columbus, GA soon.

A Summary of Things to do in Historical Columbus

Columbus not only boasts of some of the largest and extensive Civil War museums in the country, many of the city’s neighborhoods and points of interest are unique and has deep historical value. Find out more about these landmarks before embarking on your trip to Columbus, GA.

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  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — One of the most popular kid-friendly tourist attractions in Columbus, GA, is The Coca-Cola Space Science Center which opened its doors in 1996. The kids will go wildly creative and curious at its exhibits which aims to promote and educate young minds about science, physics and astronomy in a fun and engaging way. Boasting of some of the world’s most authentic NASA equipment, simulators and films, this would be a great place to bring the kids during school breaks or for a church outing. In the meantime, you can also check out what is happening in Columbus Civic Center; this 10,000 seater multi-purpose arena which has played host to local events, shows and concerts in the past. It is also home to Columbus Cottonmouths and Columbus Lions. Although it was initially built in 1996 with a large, international standard softball complex, it is frequently used as a concert venue for world renowned musicians like Kelly Clarkson, KISS and Lady Antebellum. A more intimate center is RiverCenter, a modern, state-of-the-art 2,000-seater performing arts center in downtown Columbus. This non-profit organization’s venue is used for local events and national performances. Springer Opera House, in the meantime, dates as far back as 1871; it was named by President Jimmy Carter as Georgia’s state theater and has since continued to hold the title. Visiting this attraction is like stepping back in time from the moment you stroll along the gaslit street right up to the Edwardian Grand Lobby.
  • Art & Cultural — If you are visiting Columbus for the first time, stopping by the Georgia Visitors Information Center is a wise choice. Take advantage of all the available resources in the form of suggestions in brochures, flyers, booklets and friendly advice from the staff. It goes beyond providing you information about the best of Columbus, you can also find information about neighboring communities and cities. The Columbus Museum, accredited to the American Alliance of Museums, was founded in 1953; their exhibits will give you in-depth glimpse into the growth that has gone on to define American art and how it connects to the region’s history. There are permanent and temporary, touring exhibits so, spare some time to check them out.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — If it is shopping you are looking forward to, then bring the charter bus to Peachtree Mall which is anchored by large chain retail outlets like Macy’s, J.C. Penny and more. This large mall brings visitors more than 821,000 square feet worth of shopping space and if that isn’t enough, hop on over to Columbus Park Crossing, a 2003 mall instead. Columbus Park Crossing boasts of a large number of big box outlets which includes Gap, Barnes and Noble, Gamestop, Kohl’s and Marshalls. Other malls to check out are The Landings and The Shoppes at Bradley Park, the latter being, essentially a lifestyle center. In MidTown, we think you will enjoy shopping at some suburban shopping centers which provides visitors with a more intimate shopping experience with a good number of family-run retail outlets, restaurants and cafes. Minus the malls, visitors can also browse through quaint outlets and charming stores littered throughout Cross Country area of Macon Road at I-85. There are also plenty of bargain buys at Front Porch of the South, a very quaint and charming shopping destination with a local flavor. If you love food, start your hunt for the local ‘Scrambled Dog’, get your fill of Italian cuisine and seafood at Carrabba’s at Whittlesey Boulevard, dig into delicious steak and lobsters from The Black Cow, grab a signature pie from Your Pie on L. Whitesville Road or have a tasty Mexican meal at La Mexicana.
  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues – For sports fans, you can check out the schedule at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium, a historical football stadium which was been around since 1916. Ever since 2010, it became home to Pioneer Bowl and hosting friendly games between Tuskegee University, Morehouse College, Albany State University and Fort Valley State University. Golden Park is an intimate baseball stadium and was the home to Columbus Catfish; it was built in 1926, making it the oldest baseball park in the city of Columbus. There are quite a number of golfing spots for the avid golfer in your group of travelers and they are Godwin Creek Golf Course, Green Island Country Club, OxBow Creek Golf Course, Bull Creek Golf Course and Follow Me Golf Course. Country Club of Columbus also features tennis courts, banquet halls and clubhouse with a pool, fitness center and childcare services.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — History lovers are going to love all the artifacts and historical bits of information available at The American Civil War Museum. Here, you will become immersed in the civil war which was fought between 1861 to 1865. Another worth-visiting museum is The National Civil War Naval Museum located at the heart of Port Columbus. This 40,000-square-foot facility features two stunning American Civil War military vessels, a host of equipment, weapons and uniforms. Don’t forget to check out CSS Jacksone during your visit. Columbus is also home to the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center which honors the services from our Infantry forces in the United States Army. In the 190,000 square foot attraction is a world-class IMAX theater. For those who love historical architecture, take the charter bus around to neighborhoods like Bibb City, Columbus Historic District, Columbus Riverfront Industrial District, Dinglewood, Peacock Woods-Dimon Circle, Heritage Corner and Columbus State University for a scenic drive. Some of these residential neighborhoods feature quaint parks, 20th century structures and homes. Don’t forget to take a picture of Kadie the Cow at old Kinnett’s Dairy location; it is an icon of Columbus.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  When it comes to outdoor recreational parks, there are more than 50 parks, 4 senior centers, Georgia State Park with camping, boating and picnicking sites to enjoy. There is also the Chattahoochee RiverWalk Visitor Center which organizes Geotours around the Riverwalk with countless important historical landmarks. The Columbus Fall Line Trace and The Black Heritage Trail and Flat Rock Park are also sites you should check out if you are a fitness enthusiast and outdoor person. Flat Rock Park has massive rocks as obstacles along the way, so it should give the fittest of you some challenge.

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