Things To Do.
In Columbus, GA, guests have several local attractions to enjoy. Visit the National Infantry Museum, Naval Museum or the Soldiers Center at Patriot Park, for a glimpse at the life of the American Soldier. Each of these locations trace the footsteps of men and women in uniform: "our every day heroes". You may also head to Historic Uptown Columbus to find several local restaurants and shopping centers. Enjoy a stroll down the Chattahoochee River Walk or the scenery located at the Columbus Civic Center. For those of you that enjoy the outdoors, don't worry, there are plenty of activities available in Columbus, from fishing to biking to water rafting & MORE!
Fort Benning National Infantry Museum: Located only 1 mile from The Fort Benning National Infantry Museum. Opened in June 2009, this 19,000 square foot museum features 30,000 artifacts spread among eight major galleries. http://www.army.mil/info/organization/benning
The Chattahoochee River: Take a walk along the Chattahoochee River. The RiverWalk extends from the main post of Fort Benning through the campus of TSYS and into the cotton mill town of Bibb City. Starting Aug 16, 2013 Whitewater Rafting Course Officially Opens to the Public.
Columbus Ice Rink: Columbus Ice Rink has NHL regulation-sized ice surface open to the public for ice skating. Located next to Columbus Civic Center in the South Commons Sports Complex this is a mere 3 miles from our hotel. http://www.columbusicerink.org/
The Coca-Cola Space Science Center: Only minutes away from Heritage Corner the birthplace of Coca-Cola and the Coca-Cola Space Science Center where you can see replicas of an Apollo capsule and Space Shuttle.
River Center: River Center for the Performing Arts is home of the Jordan Concert Organ, the acoustically sound Legacy Hall is the perfect rehearsal and performance venue for the Columbus State University Schwob School of Music. For event schedule visit
The Springer Opera House: The Springer Opera House is the South's premier performing arts facility, built by theater and performing arts enthusiast, Francis Joseph Springer.
The Columbus Museum: The Columbus Museum has been providing a view of the history and culture of this Southern region since 1953.
National Civil War Naval Museum: National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus is the only museum to address the naval history of both the Confederate and Union sides of the Civil War. http://www.portcolumbus.org