Albany Municipal Auditorium
200 N. Jackson St.
Albany’s magnificent, historic auditorium is completely restored and fast gaining a reputation throughout Southwest Georgia as a center for performing arts. Call for a schedule and prices.
Albany Recreation & Parks Department
1301 N. Monroe St.
The Albany Recreation and Parks Department operates 70 facilities including gymnasiums, picnic areas and parks. The city owns and operates 4 public boat landings for access to our waterways.
Call for hours and fees.
Albany Welcome Center
The Bridge House, 112 N. Front St.
The restored circa 1848 Historic Bridge House, now home to the Albany Convention and Visitors Bureau, was built by former slave and master bridge builder Horace King. Stop by for information and brochures, to watch the film “From the Heart of Southwest Georgia,” and pick up Albany souvenirs.
Hours: Monday–Friday 9am–5pm, Saturday 10am–4pm, Sunday 12pm–4pm; closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.
James H. Gray Civic Center
100 W. Oglethorpe Blvd.
The largest indoor municipal destination south of Atlanta, the Albany Civic Center is a uniquely designed multipurpose convention, entertainment, tradeshow and meeting facility. Call for a schedule and prices.
Paul Eames Sports Complex
1130 Ball Park Ln.
This complex includes four fields and two stadiums with complete amenities. Call to schedule your school team or civic club event.
Resora at Cypress Pond Plantation
801 Old Pretoria Rd.
This gorgeous 1,638-acre property could be the perfect location for your meeting or wedding. Equipped with several rooms, a kitchen and cabins, your event will be the perfect retreat.
313 Pine Ave.
Enjoy a rocking concert or rent out the theater for your own celebration.
Call for a schedule and prices.
U.S. 19 Dragway
1304 Williamsburg Rd.
The National Hot Rod Association-sanctioned drag strip will keep your adrenaline rushing for hours.