Columbus: Attractions and more...
Among the numerous entertainment venues in Columbus, we mention here a few of the representative places. They are, Columbus Malco Cinema, Magnolia Speedway, Plymouth Bluff Center, and the Rosen Zweig Arts Center..Columbus has a number of places which are historically relevant as well as significant. Some of them are Friendship Cemetery (c.1849), Lee Home & Museum (c.1847), Tennessee Williams Home (c.1875),Waverley Mansion (c. 1852), Barristers House (c.1835), Fort House (c.1850), and Wisteria Place (c. 1854).
Historic Downtown District is an important part of Columbus. The district boasts of specialty shops, restaurants, and historic buildings. The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library houses the Billups-Garth Archives and Buckley Genealogy Room apart from the extensive records of Columbus history.
Columbus is the home of many popular events. Columbus Spring Pilgrimage (March 30-April 11, 2009) is one of them. It is one of the authentic and most popular home tours.
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