The intriguing world of southern art and history is alive at the Columbus Museum. Travel to the museum in Columbus, Georgia to learn about many appealing parts of the city’s history and to see numerous great works of art.
See the exhibits dedicated to classical nineteenth century furniture as well as American Impressionist art. Travel along many great art galleries including one dedicated to post-war art in the United States. See the distinctive portrait paintings from Charles Willson Peale.
Learn about the history of the City of Columbus by visiting some of the numerous galleries at the museum. The First Residents exhibit highlights many of the great settlements and other native villages that date back to nearly 13,000 years in the past. Look at the many artifacts that show how Columbus, GA was formed in 1825. The evolution of the Chattahoochee River Valley is on full display through many of the different exhibits here.
Numerous art exhibits can also be seen here throughout the year. The Columbus Museum has a regular schedule of a variety of different exhibits including a number of modern art collections. Admission to all of these exhibits, like with the rest of the museum, is always free.