115 Chapman Rd.
Byron, GA 31008
Phone: (478) 956-1600
Fax: (478) 654-6205
Arts & Museums
The second largest museum in the United States Air Force, the Museum of Aviation houses over 90 historic American and foreign military aircraft, hundreds of exhibits, and a education and cultural center housed in four buildings and a hangar on a 51 acre site.
The birthplace of noted poet Sidney Lanier, this place is a remarkable site which is attended by many. You will get a glimpse on the life of this eminent personality here.
The Allman Brothers Band Museum offers fans a chance to take a look into the history and lives of the band and explore memorabilia and exhibits.
The Georgia's Children Museum offers children the opportunity to explore and learn through interactive exhibits and a real hands-on experience. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Situated at the rear of the Cannonball House grounds, this quaint two story, four room house formerly served as quarters for the house servants and is filled with relics of the War Between the States such as photographs, artifacts, china, crystal, weapons, uniforms, company flags, and rare treasures.
The largest African American museum in Georgia, this museum features fourteen exhibition galleries, a resource center, and a magnificent 63 foot mural depicting African-American art, history, culture, and other creative endeavors by Black American, African, and Caribbean artists and craftspeople.
Take a delightful, tune-filled stroll through the Peach State's incredibly rich musical heritage while at this 43,000 square foot facility that features permanent and changing exhibits, including music, videos, memorabilia, instruments, and performance costumes, with over 450 artists represented. Life size buildings representing a rhythm and blues revue, a jazz and swing club, a vintage vinyl record store, a Coca-Cola drugstore, a video theatre, a backstage alley, a country cafe, and a gospel chapel are open daily for visitors to enjoy.
Museum of Arts and Sciences started out in 1956, by a group of educators, as a modest room with few activities for children. It expanded over the years, and now boasts of a massive 55,000 square feet (5109.66 square meters) building, standing proud on 14 acres (5.66 hectares) of land. Museum of Arts and Sciences offers a plethora of activities of children, enriching their knowledge on varied topics. A planetarium, mini-zoo, workshop, observatory, library and multiple exhibit rooms are housed in the building.
This three story museum offers a larger-than-life experience for both the young and old and features an artist's garret, a humanist's study, a scientist's workshop, and an enclosed backyard animal habitat.