The Columbus Botanical Garden lies on 22 acres of beautiful land, just north from the city. The garden is an ideal place to watch nature, practice photography, and go for walks on the many well-maintained paths.
Columbus Eats Food Tours run every Saturday at 11:30am. They take guests on a 3-hour tour to some of the most popular restaurants in Columbus. It covers a 2-mile distance and stops at five to six local eateries.
he Chattahoochee RiverWalk is a 15-mile stretch that runs along the river. It was opened in 1992. This asphalt, concrete, brick and concrete pathway has been meticulously landscaped and maintained.
It’s possible to walk the Chattahoochee RiverWalk all way to the Soldier Center on Columbus’ southern outskirts. However, it takes at least half of a day. Although the bike ride takes about 30 minutes,
The National Civil War Naval Museum has a more recent focus on the USA’s military heritage. It can be found closer to Columbus, and is also easily accessible from the Chattahoochee RiversideWalk.