Tours

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Columbus  Convention  & Visitors Bureau

Ride the rapids  on the Chattahoochee River, fly to the moon-and-back at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center and unwind in the southern hospitality of Columbus. Meet your family and friends in Columbus at the RiverWalk, in Uptown or any one of our fabulous attractions or eateries. Let us help you book your stay, select a convention facility, plan your event and more. Check out our 51 reasons to visit Columbus, GA or request a Visitor Guide

Address:
900 Front Avenue

Columbus, Georgia 31901
Mobile click for information: 800.999.1613

 


Ma Rainey Blues Museum

Ma Rainey Blues Museum

Ma Rainey Blues Museum

Address:
805 5th Avenue
Columbus, Georgia 31901

Mobile click for information: 706.653.4960

Business Hours:
Wednesday – Sunday 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Fees/Rates:

$5.00 Donation


Daily Tours at  The Columbus Museum

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The Museum offers a range of educational programming, including the creation of art and history classes and programs, interactive gallery and website opportunities, school programs and teacher workshops, community outreach activities, lectures and symposia.

Museum Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday , Wednesday, Friday , Saturday : 10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 1pm – 5pm

Address:
1251 Wynnton Rd
Columbus, GA 31906
Mobile click for information:  706.748.2562
Fax: 706.748.2570
Click here to visit The Columbus Museum website


Columbus Black History Museum and Archives

 (Temporarily Closed) 

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The mission of the Columbus Black History Museum and Archives is to educate, preserve, and create a heart-felt interest for Black History in the Columbus, Georgia and the surrounding area. Our vision is to become Chattahoochee residents’ first place of choice for researching, collecting, preserving and educating Black History.

Hours 2:00 – 6:00 pm 
Wednesday – Sunday

Address:
315 8th Street 
Columbus, GA 31901

Mobile click for information: 706.507.3466
Click here to visit the Columbus Black History Museum and Archives web site

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