- TripBuzz found 26 things to do with kids in or near Columbus, Georgia, including 9 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Phenix City, Opelika and Fort Benning.
- From AMF Peach Lanes to National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center, the Columbus area offers 37 different types of family activities, including: Military Museums, Parks, Movie Theaters and Bowling.
- With a population of over 200,000 people, Columbus is Georgia's second largest city. There are a variety of activities to suit any visitor to the area, such as visiting art and history museums, playing a round of golf, strolling or biking the many miles of trails, catching a flick at one of five movie theaters, or participating in one of many seasonal events that the city hosts.
The total length of the Wolfden Hiking Trail spans 6.7 miles. Natural attractions along the hiking trail include multiple waterfalls, a beaver dam, several scenic view stopping points, and of course an actual wolf's den.
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130 Gordon Commerial Dr., LaGrange, GA 30241 MoreLess Info
At Explorations in Antiquity Center, visitors can learn about and explore life as it existed in Biblical times with a wide range of artifacts and archaeological replicas of ancient structures such as tombs, shepherd tents and more, coupled with presentations of Biblical meals.
Former home of the textile magnate Fuller E. Callaway, Hills & Dales Estate today, is a tourist attraction which features the 19th-century Ferrell Gardens complete with fountains and a greenhouse coupled with the recently restored villa which is open for guided tours.
A prime example of the Italianate-styled house in Alabama is Fendall Hall, which was built in 1860. Family and period furnishings along with elaborate interior decorative painting are displayed in the restored historic site.
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On the Campus of Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL MoreLess Info
The museum exhibits the work of George Washington Carver, the American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. There is an area where books are sold, and visitors can watch films about George Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington.
The Oaks is where the African-American educator and advisor to U.S. presidents has lived. Visitors are treated to a tour of the house as they listen to the tour guide tell the story of Booker T. Washington's beliefs, travels, love, and passion.