Visit Chehaw Park or find other things to do in Albany near our hotel

A room or suite at the Park Inn puts you just minutes from popular things to do in Albany, including kid-friendly destinations like Flint RiverQuarium and the 800-acre Chehaw Park, containing one of only two accredited zoos in the Peach State. Here for a campus tour? We’re less than 15 minutes from Albany State University and the ASU Coliseum, home of the Golden Rams. If you’re a history buff, don’t miss a visit to the Andersonville National Historic Site, where you can tour the National Prisoner of War Museum, or to the historic Pebble Hill Plantation in nearby Thomasville.

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Albany James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center

5.53 mi / 8.89 km from the hotel
With a capacity for more than 10,000 people, this civic center plays host to numerous business events, conventions, and trade shows annually.

Albany Municipal Auditorium

5.13 mi / 8.25 km from the hotel
Concerts, ballets, and musicals take the stage at the Albany Municipal Auditorium. Built in the early 20th century and restored in 1986, this 965-seat venue is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Albany State University

6.18 mi / 9.95 km from the hotel
Founded in 1903, this historically black university is home to more than 6,000 students. Be sure to don your royal blue and gold attire and cheer on the Golden Rams at the ASU Coliseum.

AMC CLASSIC Albany 16

1.19 mi / 1.92 km from the hotel
Customize your drink at the Coca-Cola Freestyle machine before sitting down in front of the latest blockbuster at this 16-screen theater.

Chehaw Park & Zoo

5.16 mi / 8.31 km from the hotel
As one of only two accredited zoos in the state of Georgia, Chehaw is home to more than 200 animals from across the world. The 800-acre park offers fishing, picnic areas, an RC track, and multiple trails for biking and hiking, among other amenities.
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Flint RiverQuarium

5.38 mi / 8.65 km from the hotel
Get up close to freshwater fish and ocean life at Flint RiverQuarium, an attraction that appeals to visitors of all ages. Built for education as well as entertainment, this facility features exhibits highlighting the importance of water conservation.
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