Muscogee County Residents Save on Kids’ Activities with Passport to Summer

Muscogee County Residents Save on Kids’ Activities with Passport to Summer

Columbus Parks & Recreation Department partners with community organizations to bring the Passport to Columbus this summer for Muscogee County youth. Passport to Columbus passes are available for children 18 years of age or younger who reside within Muscogee County.

To get a pass a parent/guardian must pick-up the pass and each child must be present at that time to be eligible for a pass. Proof of residency is required and can be shown in the form of a valid state id. The children of military personnel are also eligible to receive a pass with parent/guardian military id.

For more information Contact Holli Browder, Columbus Parks and Recreation 706-225-4658

This year’s pass will include the following:

Columbus Parks and Recreation,3111 Citizens Way 706-225-4658

Free Admission to Double Churches and Rigdon Pools for children 18 and under (15 and Under must be
accompanied by a paying adult).*** Outdoor pool prices at the Columbus Aquatic Center for children 18 and under ( 15 and Under must be
accompanied by a paying adult).***

Columbus Ice Rink,400 Fourth Street 706-225-4500

Free ice skating (during skate season May 25-June 26) for children 18 and under (must be accompanied by
paying adult).

METRA Transit Services,814 Linwood Blvd. 706- 225-4673

Free METRA transportation on the Fixed route bus service for children ages 12-18 (Under 12 must be
accompanied by paying adult). ***

National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus,1002 Victory Drive 706-327-9798

Any kid with a pass will be given FREE ADMISSION to the museum. (If their parent accompanies them, the
parent will pay regular rate.)

National Infantry Museum,1775 Legacy Way 706-685-5800

The NIM Giant Screen Theater would like to offer; Kids free movies and the option of either
– $5 kids Combo: popcorn, drink, and mini candy
Or – $3.25 snack pack: popcorn and small drink

The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road 706-748-2562

Join us on Fridays this summer for a different special performance each week plus art making, a gallery
scavenger hunt, and more! The fun starts at 10:30am and seating for the performance is on a first come, first
serve basis. June 14, 21, 28, and July 12, 19, 26.

Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Ctr., 3535 S. Lumpkin Rd 706-507-8550

1 child’s ticket for any 10am summer show (one time use only) Parents/Chaperons pay $5 admission

Liberty Theatre, 821 8th Ave. 706-653-7566

The Liberty will be doing gardening activities with the children on Tuesdays from 9am to 12pm. This is a free
program for children.

RiverCenter,900 Broadway 706-256-3612

The Southeast Trombone Symposium – a conference on all things trombone with free concerts June 19-20-21
and 22nd at 8PM in RiverCenter’s Legacy Hall.
The Schwob Summer Music Festival will run from June 23– 30. Tuesday,
June 25 and Thursday, June 27 are free evening shows featuring our faculty artists, at 7:30pm in Legacy Hall.
Saturday, June 29 is the participant concert at 1pm in Legacy Hall. This features chamber music and the
festival choir and wind ensemble.
Saturday, June 8, 1:30 PM in Legacy Hall the Youth Orchestra of Greater Columbus presents their Summer
String Camp Final Concert . AND there is a 25th Anniversary YOGC Alumni Reunion Concert on
June 8 at 7 PM in Legacy hall. All of these concerts are FREE to attend all summer long.

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries,3000 Macon Road 706-243-2669

Let’s Get Wild About Reading– 2019 Summer Reading Challenge
We have HUNDREDS of free programs for you, your family and your friends to attend!
Visit your local branch or CVLGA.ORG to learn more information about what you can do this summer.

Historic Westville,3557 South Lumpkin Road 706-940-0057

Free admission to school-aged children with any paid adult. Limit four children per paid adult. (Please call to
confirm site has opened.)


Dates of usage May 25- August 3, 2019 and available for pickup beginning May 20-
August 3 at the following locations during their operating hours:

Parks and Recreation Administrative Office 3111 Citizens Way
29th Street Recreation Center 501 29th Street
Boxwood Recreation Center 1110 Enoch Drive
Carver Park Recreation Center 6665 Hunter Road
Comer Gym 107 41st Street
Fluellen Recreation Center 2824 8th Street
Frank Chester Recreation Center 1441 Benning Drive
Northside Recreation 2010 American Way
Psalmond Road Recreation Center 6550 Psalmond Road
Shirley Winston Recreation Center 5025 Steam Mill Road
Metra Transit Services 814 Linwood Blvd.
Columbus Ice Rink 400 4th Street
Columbus Aquatic Center 1603 Midtown Drive
Columbus Public Library 3000 Macon Road
Mildred L. Terry Public Library 640 Veterans Parkway
North Columbus Public Library 5689 Armour Road
South Columbus Public Library 2034 South Lumpkin Road


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