Best Western Plus Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

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Americus-Sumter County Welcome Center and Tourism Office

 For information, contact (229) 928-6059.


Andersonville National Cemetary

Andersonville National Cemetery and National Prisoner of War Museum
Visit this site operated by the National Park Service, and tread the solemn ground that marks the site of the Civil War's largest prison where nearly 32,000 Union soldiers were held and 16,000 Union soldiers died. Call (229) 924-0343 for more information.  Open daily 8am-5pm


Windsor Hotel, Americus, GeorgiaHabitat For Humanity Global Village and Discovery Center
Learn about the devastating effects of poverty everywhere. See life-size Habitat houses from countries around the world. Experience God’s love at work through Habitat volunteers and partner families across the globe.
Hours are seasonal and vary, so please call 1-800-HABITAT, ext. 7937 for more information. 

Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

 

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site

Encompassing the entire town of Plains, Georgia (population 637), the Jimmy CarterNational Historic Site features the Plains High School, where President and Mrs. Carter attended grammar school; the Depot Museum where President Carter announced his presidential candidacy; and the Carter Boyhood Home.   For more information, please contact (229) 824-4104.  High School open daily 9am-5pm.  Depot open daily 9am-4:30pm.  Boyhood Home open daily 10am-5pm.  All free.


 

Charles Lindbergh Statue
The famous aviator came to Americus in 1923 to purchase his very first airplane.
Lindbergh took his first solo flight from Americus at Souther Field, now the Jimmy Carter Regional Airport. The statue is located near the campus of South Georgia Technical College, in Americus.


Windsor HotelSt. EOM's Pasaquan Museum and Preservation Site
Located a few miles east of Buena Vista, lies one of the most important folk art sites in the United States, St. EOM's Pasaquan. Recently placed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pasaquan remains a testament to one man's vision, folk artist Eddie Owens Martin. Martin reconstructed his family's 1885 farmhouse into a sprawling six-acre park full of painted masonry walls, concrete figures and characters. Pasaquan is open the first Saturday of every month, from April to October. Tickets are $5.  For more information, contact (229) 649-9444.


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Georgia Rural Telephone Museum
Located in the nearby town of Leslie, and housed in a renovated 1920’s cotton warehouse are the largest, oldest, and rarest examples of tele-communication in the world dating from 1876 to the present; such as the early liquid transmitter from 1876, the first carrier to transmit speech, and a model of Alexander Graham Bell’s workshop. For hours and information, call (229) 874-4786.  Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.  Adults: $7 Seniors: $5 Children Under 14: $4


Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

 

Rylander Theatre
Restored 1920’s era theatre and playhouse.   Fantastic example of Art Deco style architecture.  Features a Moller Pipe Organ, which is a miniature version of the “Mighty Mo”, which resides in the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.  Offers live stage performances, movies, and tours.  For more information, contact (229) 931-0001.  Free tours offered 11am-4pm, Mondays to Saturdays.


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Koinonia Farms
Koinonia Farms is a Christian-based farming community, located outside of Americus.  Koinonia has nearly 65 years’ worth of history—Clarence Jordan, the civil rights movement, local African American history, the birth of Habitat for Humanity and other organizations, involvement in many peace and justice movements, community living, agriculture, and much more.  Tours are available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 1pm-5pm.  More information (229) 924-0391.


Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

 

Thirteenth Colony Distillery
305 North Dudley Street, Americus.  Hand crafted spirits utilizing water from the oldest, deepest and purest aquifer in the South.  Open for advance tours.  Tours are free.  Mon-Fri.  Can accommodate large tours on weekend.  924-3310.


Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

Star Racing/Bryce and Smith G2 Motorsports
Located in Americus, Star Racing specializes in motorsports parts and services.  Owned and operated by George Bryce, a leading force in the NHRA racing community.  Bryce has several racing accolades such as 6 NHRA Pro Stock motorcycle championships, and has coached Angelle Sampey to become the winningest female racer in NHRA history with 33 national event wins (second only to Dave Schultz's 43).  Open for tours Mon-Fri 10am-6pm.  Call (229) 924-0031 for more information.


Windsor Hotel, Americus, Georgia

Located in the nearby town of Lumpkin, Providence Canyon is dubbed the ‘little Grand Canyon”.  Considered to be one of the Seven Wonders Of The World.  One of the quirkier attractions of the state park is an abandoned homestead including nearly a dozen rusty, 1950's-era cars and trucks. Due to the environmental damage that removing the vehicles would cause, park officials have decided to leave them alone.  Open daily 7:00am to 6:00pm.  Call (229) 838-6870 for more information.


Windsor Hotel, Americus, GeorgiaGeorgia Southwestern State University
This four-year division of the University of Georgia system is located in Americus, and recently celebrated a century of achievement. Established in 1906 as a state Normal College, GSW counts among its alumni President and Mrs. Carter, Attorney General Griffin B. Bell, and many other important leaders and business people. Located on the campus is The Rosalynn Carter International Center for Caregiving, The International Association of Third World Studies and Development, International Center for Asian Studies, Georgia Early College Program, The Ralph Harvey Glassblowing Studio, and the Storm Dome, where student basketball and convocations are held. Deborah G. Jackson Hall, located on campus, has been the site of many concerts over the years, featuring Ike and Tina Turner, The Allman Brothers, and The Juanita Family and Friends. For University tours and information, contact (800) 338–0082.


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South Georgia Technical College
Located in the heart of Southwest Georgia, South Georgia Technical College is a residential college offering the latest in technical education and an exciting campus life for every student. Students can choose to attend college at one of two campuses, the main campus in Americus or the Crisp County Center located in Cordele. For further information, please call (800) 928-0283.