Southern Rivers Georgia

Three Creeks Entertainment - Family owned and operated for over 50 years. Three Creeks offers Roller Skating, Camping, Fishing, Batting Cages, Swimming, and Water Slides.

Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center - A nature discovery center located on 1,600 acres of hardwood wetland habitat. The center is a hands-on interpretive facility that focuses on the natural & cultural history of the region. Live & mounted animals are on display, including turtles, snakes, birds, frogs, spiders, fish & an alligator.

Albany Museum of Art - The growing collection of the AMA includes 19th and 20th century American and European paintings, drawings, sculptures, watercolors, prints, and photographs. The Museum also houses one of the largest collections of traditional African art in the Southeast outside of a university setting.

Andersonville Civil War Village - Visit the charming village with museums and antique shops and a feeling of long ago. Relive history at the Civil War Village.

Butts Mill Farm - Offers wading and cane-pole fishing, feeding and petting the animals in the petting zoo, pony rides, train rides, hayrides, carriage rides aboard one of four antique carriages, horseback riding, tubing, horseshoes, volleyball, and the Wild West playground with in-ground trampoline.

Coca-Cola Space Science Center - The Center includes: Omnisphere Planetarium Theatre - Much more than a Planetarium. Challenger Learning Center - simulated Missions to the Moon and beyond. Mead Observatory - real stars, nebula and galaxies for your own eyes to see. Exhibit areas - hands on Exhibits - to amuse and inform.

Chehaw Wild Animal Park - Features natural habitat exhibits with native and exotic animals. Visitors can stroll scenic boardwalks through the cypress swamps. Kids will love the Petting Zoo close by. Then enjoy special programs at the Amphitheater and Discovery Center and tour the Reptile and Small Animal House.

Cotton Hall Theater - Folk life play. Each performance is an original, crowd-pleasing blend of comedy, drama, and music featuring a cast of more than 100 volunteers who transform southern life into unforgettable theater.

Theatre Guild Valdosta - Performing six different plays during the year. This theatre for the performing arts in a fun place to come and enjoy the performing arts.

Westville Village - A living history museum which depicts an 1850 west Georgia village. Westville has over thirty authentically furnished pre-Civil War buildings. Watch the woodworker fashion a stool from a tree. Watch the sparks fly from the blacksmith's anvil and wet clay rise to a pitcher in the potter's hands as he turns his wheel.

National Civil War Naval Museum - History will come to life at the National Civil War Museum . Climb aboard the Water Witch, see the Largest Surviving Confederate Warship and so much more.

Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village - Explore the farms. Listen to the barnyard sounds. See bacon and ham curing in the smoke-house and preserved vegetables in the canning shed. Experience everyday 19th century-style farm-like activities, from planting and harvesting to cooking, spinning, quilt making, and more. All structures have authentic furnishings of the period.

All American Fun Park - Two 18-hole miniature-golf courses, a game room, Go Karts, Blasterboats, bowling and so much more. Even the little ones can have fun on the kiddie rides.

Callaway Gardens - A 14,000 acre, year-round world-class horticultural display garden and resort. The Gardens include fishing, golf, biking, tennis, swimming and walking as well as attractions such as the Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center, Birds of Prey program, Day Butterfly Center, Sibley Horticultural Center, Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden, Walking Trails, Scenic Drive and more.

Flint Riverquarium - Come and visit the Flint RiverQuarium, a one-of-a-kind adventure in Albany, featuring a unique blue hole spring with more than 120 mysterious creatures!

National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center - Many of the galleries feature immersive experiences which engage all your senses in a journey back in time. The Last 100 Yards is the museum's signature exhibit. Life-like scenes from eight wars in Infantry history dot a 100-yard-long gently inclining ramp, signifying the Infantry's role in taking the last 100 yards of any battle.

Pebble Hill Plantation - Established in the 1820's as a working plantation, Pebble Hill was purchased by the Hanna family in 1896 and became their winter home. The Main House is beautifully furnished with antiques, porting art, and Audubon prints. On the grounds one may stroll through the large stable complex and visit the carriage house and garage where antique vehicles are displayed.

Theatre Albany - Among the pecan groves and cotton fields of southwest Georgia, live theatre flourishes under the banner of Theatre Albany. Theatre Albany is the oldest and one of the most highly regarded cultural organizations in the city.

Thomas County Museum of History - Come and learn about the history of Thomasville through this unique museum.

Wild Adventures - Attractions include wild and exotic animals, amusement rides, and a variety of educational shows and concerts. The park's attractions are focused on the family and feature activities that are fun for both old and young alike.

Wild Animal Safari - One of the area's most popular attractions, the 500-acre Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari, offers a unique, hands-on safari experience. Visitors can see, touch and feed hundreds of exotic animals from every continent - a true worldwide safari.

Thronateeska Heritage Center - Located in historic downtown Albany, the Foundation is composed of three major parts referred to as Thronateeska Heritage Center, the Museum of History, The Wetherbee Planetarium and the Discovery Center.