Quality Inn at Albany Mall
806 N. Westover Blvd
Albany, GA 31707
Phone: (229) 883-3300
Fax: (229) 435-4092
Arts & Museums
The Albany Museum of Art was established in the 1960s era. From its former location, an abandoned mill to its current location on Meadowlark Drive, the museum has certainly come a long way. It chronicles works of artists mainly from America, Europe and Africa. And, it also has interactive exhibits that allow you to dabble in art and be creative. Apart from that, workshops, temporary exhibitions and special events are a regular feature here.
Learn the human story of Albany and Southwest Georgia while at this center that includes a local and regional history and heritage museum, a science discovery center with hands-on exhibits, and the only planetarium in Southwest Georgia that is open to the public.
Located in the former Mount Zion Baptist Church which was the site of civil rights mass meetings in the early 1960s, this museum details the civil rights struggle through oral histories, photographs, documents, and artifacts.
Located in a former 1920s cotton warehouse, the Georgia Rural Telephone Museum houses the rarest and antique versions of the telephone in the world. Displays such as the rotary dial phones, candlestick phones, box phones and collector's items like jukebox phone are proudly placed in glass shelves. Colorful murals give a vibrant backdrop to these exhibits. If you want a run down on American telecommunication history, them the Georgia Rural Telephone Museum will be a worthwhile visit.