Columbus, Georgia is not only the home to the Fountain City Classic and wonderful supporting sponsors such as AFLAC, CB&T and SYNOVUS. Columbus is also the second largest city in the state of Georgia and has been recognized as one of the TOP 100 Places to Live in 2014.(livability.com) We invite you to check out the following links to learn more about the many attractions, activities and historical landmarks of this great city we call home.
Landmarks and Venues in Columbus, GA
Columbus Civic Center is a 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Columbus, Georgia, built in 1996.
A. J. McClung Memorial Stadium is a 15,000-seat sports stadium located in Columbus, Georgia. It was the site of football games between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Auburn Tigers from 1916 until 1958.
The RiverCenter for the Performing Arts is a modern performance space in Downtown Columbus, Georgia and is the centerpiece of the city's new arts and entertainment district.
The Columbus Georgia Convention and Trade Center is located in the Historic Columbus Iron Works.
The building that houses the govemental functions for the city of Columbus, GA.
The RiverWalk is an outdoor 15-mile linear park that hugs the banks of the Chattahoochee River.