ART & ANTEBELLUM TOUR
Columbus, Georgia has its share of antebellum homes. Columbus also exhibits a strong, expanding local art scene.
Venture into both realms on this exquisite tour of Midtown Columbus! Enjoy the views of large estates, copious architectural styles, and breath-taking art.
Estates built on wide-open country stood the test of progress. Modern abodes surround the structures displaying a vast array of creative architectural styles.
Midtown Columbus is home to several art galleries. The tour stops at a few of these creative establishments.
Camp Benning began in the Midtown district. This district was home to General Henry Benning (for whom Fort Benning is named after). His former home still stands.
Carson McCullers, a world-renown author, was born and raised in Midtown. Tour her home with an advanced booking request.
Walk and meditate on Columbus’ only public labyrinth. (optional).
See over 30 points of interest, with views of up to 100 outstanding homes, demonstrating rich styles of architecture.
Allow up to two hours for the tour.
ART & ANTEBELLUM AREAS FEATURED:
- Art and literature galleries
- Local shops
- Historical parks
- Macon Road Complex
- Antebellum homes
All tour times are Eastern.
Meet at the lobby of the Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road.
No tour of the museum is included, please visit before or after the tour.
- The first $100, or bookings under $100, are non-refundable.
- Exchanges can be made, if the request is made at least 24 hours before the start of the tour.
- Reschedule date must be within 1 year of original tour date.
- See FAQ for weather-related questions.