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Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau

Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau



About Us

Albany offers visitors the ideal getaway. Experience the great outdoors, walk through history, and spoil yourself with true southern hospitality in Southwest Georgia. Relax, have fun and enjoy genuine southern charm. From first class hotels in Albany and award winning museums & attractions to the finest restaurants in Southwest Georgia, you'll find the perfect things to do in Albany, GA!

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Home to the Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau. Stop by for information and brochures, and pick up Albany souvenirs.
In 1961, crowds gathered at Mount Zion Baptist Church to hear Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr challenge the oppression of African Americans. Old Mount Zion, built in 1906, is the most important artifact in the Albany Civil Rights Institute's collection.
Tour the historic Carnegie Library, home to the Albany Area Arts Council.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 100th birthday in 2010, and is located in the only marble building in downtown Albany.
The Albany Museum of Art houses one of the finest collections of sub-Saharan African art in the Southeast and features AMAzing Space, an interactive gallery for children.
The Albany Symphony Orchestra is Southwest Georgia's only professional orchestra.
Chehaw provides nearly 700 acres of fun, including a 100-acre AZA-accredited zoo, one of the state's largest play parks, visit the petting zoo or ride the miniature train.
The Flint RiverQuarium follows the river's 350-mile journey to the Gulf of Mexico, and the 175,000 gallon Blue Hole is one of only a few open-air aquariums in the world.
One of Georgia's Seven Natural Wonders, Radium Springs pumps 70,000 gallons of clear, 68-degree water per minute from an underground cave.
Holding court in the center of the Ray Charles Plaza that runs along the Flint River is a life-size sculpture of the pioneering soul musician, seated at a Baby Grand piano which rests on a rotating pedestal.

Rep/Contact Info

Sandy Gregors
Welcome Center Manager
Rashelle Minix
Executive Director