Explore Albany, Georgia

Albany offers attractions sure to match your interests, whether you enjoy nature and the outdoors, history and heritage, sports or the arts. Let the Flint RiverQuarium amaze you, or get close to native and exotic animals at Chehaw Wild Animal Park. Explore Albany’s heritage, from the legacy of the railroads to Albany’s key role in the Civil Rights Movement. As the cultural center of Southwest Georgia, Albany supports a symphonic orchestra, live theater ensemble, chorale, and ballet company in addition to an impressive museum of art. 

Albany is a sportsman’s paradise, and with our moderate climate, you can enjoy the outdoors year-round. The Kinchafoonee and Muckalee Creeks flow into the Flint River at Lake Chehaw, a 1,400–acre lake great for boating and fishing. Golfers will find a wealth of challenging courses in Albany and surrounding areas. Hunting plantations abound and marksmen from around the world aim for Albany during hunting season. February is Black History Month ~ grab a group and head out for a chance to win serious prizes! Click the graphic below!