Enjoy a lazy river ride in the morning and a wild adventure with class V rapids in the afternoon on the longest urban whitewater course in the world. Take a high adventure on the zip line that crosses the Chattahoochee River from Georgia to Alabama and back again.
Fly to the moon at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center or study distant planets at the Omnisphere Planetarium. Simulators and artifacts from NASA's space program provide a glimpse that's truly out of this world.
Explore your creative side with our arts scene. Visit the Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia; Columbus Museum, one of the largest museums in the Southeast that brings American art and regional history to life; and RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, the centerpiece of the city's new arts and entertainment district.
When you're hungry, no other destination offers more authentic, eclectic Southern cuisine!
Originally inhabited by the Creek Indians, the city of Columbus was settled in 1828, named for Christopher Columbus. It was an important shipping port and...
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