3101 Watson Blvd
Warner Robins, GA 31093
Phone: (478) 953-5240
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Arts & Museums
Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is America's biggest state sports museum and hall of fame. It covers an area of 43,000 square feet (3994.83 meters) and feature more than 3000 exhibits.
The birthplace of noted poet Sidney Lanier, this place is a remarkable site which is attended by many. You will get a glimpse on the life of this eminent personality here.
The Cannonball House remains a fine specimen of Greek Revival style of architecture. Now a museum, it houses some ancient artifacts including old furnishings and sororities.
Museum of Arts and Sciences started out in 1956, by a group of educators, as a modest room with few activities for children. It expanded over the years, and now boasts of a massive 55,000 square feet (5109.66 square meters) building, standing proud on 14 acres (5.66 hectares) of land. Museum of Arts and Sciences offers a plethora of activities of children, enriching their knowledge on varied topics. A planetarium, mini-zoo, workshop, observatory, library and multiple exhibit rooms are housed in the building.