Columbus is a famous town in the state of Georgia, which offers old-world charm, treasures of discoveries and old-fashioned hospitality. The city is situated in the Muscogee County bordering Alabama.
Visiting National Historic District, gazebos, gardens, restored Victorian houses and museums in Heritage Corner is a feel of different era. Columbus provides a 12-mile Columbus Riverwalk, situated near the Chattahoochee River that includes a tour of Chattahoochee Promenade, which are historical markers. In addition, the city offers historic sites such as Port Columbus Civil War Naval Center that contains few amazing artifacts of Civil Wars.
The Columbus Metropolitan Airport (CSG), located at 3250 W Britt David Road in Columbus, is among the busiest airports in Georgia. Major air carriers fly to and from the Columbus Metropolitan airport every day. Thus, this airport is an easy option to enter the Columbus city. In addition, this airport provides many connections to big cities throughout the Country as well as outside the country.
The Columbia Airport is another option to enter the city, which is situated at Airport Road in the Bibb City. This airport is meant for business travels. However, individuals can also travel using Macon, Georgia MACON (MCN) (69.7 miles).
Tickets to Columbus may not be cheap on weekends or business days as required by you. However, it is important to be flexible in your travel plan to get a cheap flights to Columbus. The best deals may be available on certain days such as Thursday, Tuesday or Sunday morning and Friday Evening. During those days, the airfares may be lower while travelling from Los Angeles (LAX) to Columbus (CSG) with an average price of 481$. In addition, you may even get lower fares while traveling to Columbus from big cities on particular hours such as late-night departures.
The Springer Opera House, a historic performance theatre, is the most visited tourist spot in Columbus. This theatre was launched on 21st February 1871 and was named by the Governor Jimmy Carter as the State Theatre of Georgia on its completion of hundred years. Many legendary performers such as Ethel Barrymore, Edwin Booth, the bandleader John Phillip Sousa and Agnes de Mille performed in this theatre.
The Columbus Museum is the another famous tourist spot in Columbus. The museum offers rooms of decorative and fine American art, especially the Chattahoochee River Valley and the Southeast region. The Transformation is an interactive gallery of the museum wherein kids are allowed to create their masterpiece. Thus, even kids will enjoy a valuable time at this museum.
The RiverCenter for Performing Arts is the world famous performance theatre in downtown Columbus. This center was first opened in the year of 2002 after the completion of Studio theatre that has a capacity of seating more than 200 individuals. The center also includes other halls including Legacy Hall that has a capacity of 450 seats. The center includes rooms for 80 singers and 60 orchestral musicians. The center also includes the Bill Heard Theatre, which is a three-level theatre with 2,200 seating available. Chamber Nightclub and N Neals’ Restaurant are other popular places, where you can spend your night hours.