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Valerie from Los Angeles asked

Best free things to do in Columbus (Georgia)?

I'm going to be in Columbus (Georgia) next month and will be on a pretty tight budget. I'm looking for the best free and inexpensive things to check out! I love the outdoors, art, museums, you name it. Thanks!

Columbus (Georgia)

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Rhonda from Columbus, Georgia

Columbus Museum of Art on Wynnton Road is free, but is closed on Mondays. Make sure you watch the video on Columbus because it will help you figure out some other things to do.The THE NATIONAL INFANTRY MUSEUM located at Fort Benning is also free. We have Columbus Botanical Gardenlocated on Weems Road with trails that is also free. Many people enjoy picnics, sliding on rocks, and walking at Flat Rock Park We have a beautiful historic district downtown that used to have a walking tour (don't know if they still do it or not). Oxbow Road is close to the Infantry Museum and has walking trails and different animals to interact with in a small building.

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LeeAnna from Columbus (Georgia)
Well it is called the city of fountains. Downtown Columbus (Georgia) has several fountains worth viewing and tons of outdoor music going on too so just have a seat on a bench! Friday nights are the concert series downtown so bring a blanket and sit on the lawn. Early morning Saturdays down town are market days where you can catch people selling a little bit of everything if you like to window shop. The river walk is along the Chattahoochee river on both the Alabama and Georgia side and is worth a look! You can watch people whitewater rafting down the river. The The National Infantry Museum is free and just takes donations. It is amazing and worth a trip! Also visit some of the parks especially Flat Rock Park where you are bound to see people playing in the water and sliding down the rocks during the summer.

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