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Columbus Museum of Art
Visit the Columbus Museum, Doc Holiday Museum, Drummer Boy Civil War Museum, FDR's Pools and Warm Springs Museum, Georgia Rural Telephone Museum and more.
African American Museum Cedar Row - The museum was established in an authentic three room "shotgun" house moved from King Avenue, an area among the first established as African American. The house is approximately 80 years old. Mrs. Frances Walker lived in this house for 70 years and raised a son, grandson and great-grandchildren. Open on Saturday and Sunday at 1pm for free tours. Address: 460 Cedar Row, Thomaston Georgia
Bedingfield Inn Museum - This 1836 Greek Revival Museum has original pioneer furnishings and an 1845 dogtrot house. Open daily. Call for fees, hours and tours. Amenities: parking and public restrooms. Phone: 229-838-6419 Address: 100 Cotton St., on the Square, Lumpkin GA
Chattahoochee Valley Art Center and Gallery is the former Troup County Jail. It is now an arts resource for local galleries that focuses on contemporary American art. Open: Tue.-Fri. 9a.m.-5p.m., Sat. 11a.m.-5p.m. Call for tours. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 706-882-3267 – Address: 112 Lafayette Pkwy., LaGrange GA 30240
Columbus Black History Museum and Archives offers a wide variety of learning experiences related to black history in Columbus and surrounding areas. Call for hours and fees. Phone: 706-507-3466 - Address: 3226 Hamilton Rd., Columbus Georgia 31904
Columbus Museum displays historical to contemporary mixed-media work. Open: Open Tuesday at Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm - Thursday at 10 am - 8 pm and Sunday at 1-5 pm. Closed on holidays. Call for guided tours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and Party Facilities. Phone: 706-748-2562 – Address: 1251 Wynnton Rd., Columbus Georgia 31906
Doc Holliday Museum - Learn the correlations with Margaret Mitchell, the Civil War's Camp Stevens and much more. Call for hours and fees. Phone: 770-229-2705 - Address: 209 North 13th. St., Griffin Georgia 30223
Drummer Boy Civil War Museum - Exhibits at this museum include CivilWar uniforms, guns, swords, documents and photographs. Amenities: parking, public restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared. Open Thurs-Sun 1-5 pm. Adults $2 and children $1. Phone: 229-924-2558 Address: 109 Church St., Andersonville Georgia 31711
FDR's Pools and Warm Springs Museum - These pools were built by FDR and used for polio treatments from 1927 until 1942. Learn the history of the springs and feel the warm water from a basin. Open daily 9 am - 4:45 pm. Call for admission cost. Phone: 706-655-5870
Address: 401 Little White House Rd., Warm Springs Georgia 31830
Georgia Rural Telephone Museum has one of the larest collections of telephones and related memorabilia worldwide. Amenities: parking, public restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared.Open Mon-Fri 9:30 am - 3:30 pm. Call for fees and group rates. Phone: 229-874-4786 Address: 135 N Bailey Ave., Leslie Georgia 31764
Georgia State Cotton Museum - The history of cotton is told with farm tools, cotton bolls, periodicals, a cotton bale and other agricultural artifacts. Open Monday through Friday. Call for hours and group tours. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired - Free admission.- Phone: 229-268-2045 – Address: 1321 E. Union St., Vienna GA
Gertrude MA Rainey House and Blues Museum - Visit the home of the "Mother of the Blues" who was born and died in this home. Parking available. Open: Tues through Sat at 10am - 3pm. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired - Free admission - Phone: 706-653-4960 - Address: 805 Fifth Ave., Columbus Georgia
Columbus Museum Historic Art Display
Griffin Museum and Art Gallery - A twofold attraction, the museum chronicles the history of Griffin and Spalding Counties. The gallery features work by local artists. Amenities: parking, restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared. Open Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm. Phone: 770-228-8200 or 770-228-5356 - Address: 143 N Hill St., Griffin Georgia 30223
Janice Persons Biggers House - 700 Broadway stands on a lot surveyed as part of the original 1828 town plan. The home has had a storied past. It was occupied until recently by a series of influential families, including that of the late Georgia Supreme Court Justice Sterling Price Gilbert and during the Second World War served as an apartment building. Phone: 706-322-0756 - Address: 700 Broadway, Columbus Georgia
Heard County Historical Center and Museum - This building served as the county jail and sheriff's home from 1912 to 1964. See the original gallows and jail cells, among other exhibits. Amenities: parking and restrooms. Call for tours. The museum is county operated and supported by the Heard County Historical Society. Free admission. Phone: 706-675-6507 - Address: 161 Shady St., Franklin Georgia 30217
Joseph House Gallery - Gallery with original artwork from Georgia & Alabama. Prints, satercolors, pottery, sculptures & more. Open Tues - Fri 11 am - 5 pm, Sat 1 - 5 pm and Sun by appt. Amenties: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired.
Phone: 706-321-8948 - Address: 828 Broadway, Columbus Georgia
Lagrange Art Museum is the former Troup County Jail. It is now an arts resource for local galleries that focuses on contemporary American art. Open: Tues - Fri at 9am-5pm, and Sat at 11am-5pm. Call for guided tours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for Mobility-impaired and Party Facilities. Phone: 706-882-3267 – Address: 112 Lafayette Square., LaGrange Georgia 30240
Lamar Dodd Art Center - Enjoy a permanent collection of 20th century southern painter, Lamar Dodd with other artists exhibits. Open Sept-June on Mon-Fri at 8:30am - 4:30pm. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Free tours. Phone: 706-880-8211 - Address: 302 Forrest Ave., LaGrange Georgia
Legacy Museum and Troup County Archives have a genealogical library and records depository that documents the history of LaGrange and Troup County. See rare artifacts and photographs. Open: Call for hours. Free admission. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired - Phone: 706-884-1828 – Address: 136 Main St, LaGrange Georgia 30241
National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is a 30,000-square-foot museum that traces the history of US infantrymen with displays of weapons and uniforms. The museum is home to the area’s only 3-D IMAX Theatre, where award-winning documentaries and Hollywood blockbusters alike are shown on a screen five stories high and 70 feet wide. 12,000 watts of six-channel sound and crystal images up to nine times clearer than in a standard movie theater wow audiences of all ages. Cost: Admission charge to museum is free, but a $5 donation is encouraged. Open: Tues – Sat at 9 am to 5 pm, Sun at 11 am to 5 pm. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, Food and Party Facilities. Phone: 706-685-5800 – Address: 1775 Legacy Way, Columbus, Georgia 31903
Old South Farm Museum and Agricultural Learning Center - The interactive museum has animals, hay presses, peach-packing and moonsine still. Amenities: parking, public restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared. Open Mon-Sat 9 am - 5 pm. Call for fees, groups and guided tours. Phone: 706-674-2894 or toll free at 888-635-0193 - Address: Pleasant Valley Road and GA Hwy 41, Woodland Georgia 31836
The Pemberton House - See the Victorian cottage with elements of Greek-Revival which was occupied by Dr. John Stith Pemberton and his family from 1855-1860. Dr. Pemberton, a pharmacist in Columbus and Atlanta, was the originator of the formula for Coca-Cola. Phone: 706-322-0756 - Address: 11 Seventh St., Columbus Georgia
National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus - The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus provides a unique naval combat experience through a Confederate ironclad ship combat simulator.  Also featured are the remains of two original Civil War ships along with rebuilt sections of famous ships such as the USS Monitor and the CSS Albemarle.  Countless artifacts including uniforms, weapons and the largest exhibit of Civil War navy related flags in the nation are also on display.  Amenities: parking, public restrooms and accessibility for mobility-impared. Open daily 9 am - 5 pm. Call for guided tours and fees. Phone: 706-327-9798 - Address: 1002 Victory Dr., Columbus Georgia 31901
Rankin House Museum and Historic Columbus Foundation is a library that houses the research collections of the Historic Columbus Foundation in a museum of beautiful Victorian furnishings. Open: Mon.-Fri. 9a.m.-5p.m. Call for free tours. Appointment required. Amenities: Parking and Restrooms. Phone: 706-322-0756 – Address: 1440 Second Ave., Columbus Georgia 31901
Richland City Hall and Rail Museum is the town's late-1800s train depot that now houses a railroad museum along with related memorabilia. Open: Mon.-Fri. 8a.m.-5p.m. Call for free tours. Amenities: Parking, Restrooms and Accessibility for Mobility-impaired - Phone: 229-887-3323 – Address: 200 Broad St., Richland Georgia 31825
The Walkers-Peters-Langdon House - A simple Federal cottage built in 1828, it is considered the oldest house in the original city. House dates stands on a lot surveyed as part of the original town plan. Colonel Virgil Walker, a highly respected Harris County landowner, purchased the original lot for $105. Phone: 706-322-0756 - Address: 716 Broadway, Columbus Georgia
Walter F. George Law Museum contains furniture and documents from the senator’s career and private life. Call for hours and free guided tours. Amenities: Parking and Restrooms. Phone: 229-268-4920 and 229-268-4458 – Address: 106 N. Fourth St., Vienna Georgia
Watermark Artisan's Gallery - Juried handcrafted regional art, including oil & watercolor paintings, photography, jewelry and more. Open Mon - Thurs 11 am - 9 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am - 10 pm. Amenties: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and Food.
Phone: 706-637-9505 - Address: 1863 E Main St. Hogansville Georgia
Lagrange Museum of Art
 
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