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The Robins Region is actually a collection of communities -- a family of cities and counties in Middle Georgia that lie within the immediate vicinity of Robins Air Force Base. Residents are proud of knowing that the City of Warner Robins was actually "borne of a base". Known as the "International City" because of its cultural diversity and many choices in cuisine, entertainment and shopping, our community is home to the Air Logistics Center at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia's largest industrial complex. We are also home to the Southeast Regional Little League headquarters.
So Much to Do and Plenty to See!
When you take Exits #144 and #146 off I-75, you will discover much more than 112 restaurants, 1,990 hotel room, shopping galore, and several golf facilities offering championship golf holes.
To experience "Planes, Heroes, and Legends...The Rest is History," be sure to visit the Museum of Aviation, one of the largest aviation museums in the United States. Located on 51 acres, the museum has more than 100 historical aircraft and missiles in its collection focusing on the history of the U.S. Air Force. The museum's more than 200,000 square feet of exhibits include the Tuskegee Air Pioneers: America's Black Eagles; and The Footsteps of Giants featuring President Jimmy Carter, United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young, Congressman Carl Vinson, Senator Walter F. George, Senator Herman Talmadge and Senator Sam Nunn.
The Museum is also home to the Georgia Youth Science and Technology Center and the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame honoring distinguished men and women who made significant contributions to aviation.
Highways and roads traveling through Warner Robins lead from the heart of the state to the mountains to the coast -- all within a 150-mile radius of the city. Interstates I-75 and I-16 are major entrances and convenient connections to anywhere in the state including Andersonville National Historic Site which is the National Memorial to all POW's. Georgia's Peach Blossom Trail is a scenic way to celebrate and experience our state's famous fruit; and US Highway's 41 and 341 connect all the Historic Heartland cities.
We offer venues, including a 1,200-seat capacity civic center, air shows, festivals, arts, crafts, bagpipers, little theater, car shows, marathon races, youth sports, conference and meeting space - so much is going on.
And of course, please visit the E.L. Greenway Welcome center and caboose located in the historic train depot at the corner of Watson Boulevard and First Street across from Robins Air Force Base. Visit www.museumofaviation.org and www.warnerrobinsvisitorscenter.com or call Marsha Priest Buzzell at the Warner Robins Convention & Visitors Bureau at 1.888.288.WRGA.
Additional Visitor Information in Georgia's Robins Region
Please visit our main Visitor Welcome Page for additional links on other tourism partner entities in the Robins Region.