- Our list of the best things to do in Greensboro, Georgia, features the top 15 nearby activities — including 10 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Greensboro, GA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 5 things to do within the city of Greensboro, GA , followed by 10 popular activities in nearby cities, including Madison and Watkinsville
A family entertainment center and bowling alley, the Showtime Bowling Center features 32 lanes of bowling with automatic scoring as well as a video game arcade and billiard tables. The center is available for party rentals.
The Bear Hollow Zoo features native wildlife from across Georgia including bald eagles, barn owls, black bears, bobcats, and American alligators. On the weekends, the center often hosts hands-on children's activities.
A neighborhood facility, Memorial Park is frequented by families with children. Park features include a playground, walking trails, swimming pool and picnic pavilion. For added convenience, there is a nearby dog park for the family pet to enjoy.
Owned and operated by the University of Georgia, the Georgia Museum of Natural History holds 14 natural history collections. The individual collections are divided by six different departments of the university, including anthropology, botany, geology, geography, plant pathology, and entomology.
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216 E. Robert Toombs Ave, Washington, GA MoreLess Info
The gleaming white façade of the Robert Toombs House State Historic Site has come to symbolize the affluent secessionist movement that gripped Georgia during the Civil War. Toombs, a career public servant, became one of the nation's most outspoken secessionists. The museum and its beautiful grounds are open fo…
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313 N Alexander Ave Ste C, Washington, GA 30673 MoreLess Info
The forty year running Washington Little Theater Co entertains audiences with dramatic, musical, and operatic performances at the historic Bolton Luncheford Playhouse built in the 1890's. A children's theater and drama camp are available each summer.
The 8th largest non-racing stadium in the country, Sanford Stadium is an on-campus football venue and a part of the University of Georgia. The games here are said to be played 'between the hedges' owing to the special feature here which are the privet hedges that surround the field.