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Chehaw Hours

Park Hours
Monday-Sunday
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Zoo Hours
Monday-Sunday
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Flint RiverQuarium Hours

Tuesday-Sunday:
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday
Closed

Thronateeska Hours

Thursday-Saturday:
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday-Wednesday
Closed
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Chehaw Park & Zoo

Chehaw is driven by its mission of inspiring people to connect with nature and encouraging conservation action through positive recreational and educational experiences. The Park, founded over eight decades ago, has expanded to a 750 acre campus and includes a Zoo that houses hundreds of animals in naturalistic exhibits. Chehaw is a unique attraction for South Georgia. From the Zoo to the endless recreational opportunities, Chehaw has an activity for every visitor. Come see what nature’s playground has to offer you!

Flint RiverQuarium

Located on the banks of the Flint River, the Flint RiverQuarium promotes the education and awareness of water and its value by telling the story of the Flint River and the blue hole springs that helped create it. Visitors experience the unique ecosystems of the Flint River watershed through a variety of interactive exhibits featuring more than 100 species of native aquatic life. The Cypress Creek aviary also gives visitors an up-close look at a wide variety of birds found in the surrounding wetland habitat. The Flint RiverQuarium’s Imagination Theater presents educational mission-related films on a screen three stories tall. Other ongoing programming, such as dive shows, alligator feedings and animal presentations, ensure that every visit has something new to offer.

Thronateeska Heritage Center

Thronateeska Heritage Center is the center of historic preservation and science education in Albany and Southwest Georgia. Located at Heritage Plaza on the only remaining brick street in the city. Thronateeska's campus includes a science museum with a 40' full dome HD planetarium, a history museum, rail car display, the Georgia Museum of Surveying & Mapping, and the South Georgia Archives. The museum facilities are housed in historic structures and new construction designed to reflect and retain the railroad heritage of the area.