220 E Troupe Street BLT is a non-profit organization for the development of interest in drama as an educational and entertainment medium for the public as well as a source of experience and pleasure for those participating actively in the work. The object of this organization is to promote better drama, to extend cultural and entertainment opportunities to the community and to instruct interested persons in dramatic techniques. 229-246-8345
Chason Park + Riverwalk
321 Jackson Street Chason Park is a beautiful and serene public park located just steps from Downtown Bainbridge! The park features playgrounds for children, ecology and history storyboards that tell the captivating tale of this unique space, and provides ample shade, benches, and a peaceful ambiance for those seeking a peaceful retreat.
Decatur County Historical & Genealogical Society
127 E Water Street Museum hours: Thursday & Friday Noon-4 PM and Saturday 10 AM-2PM .
Firehouse Arts Center
119 W Water Street The creative heart of Bainbridge, we focus on educational programming, community events and inspiring art collections in our incredible historic building. Our Art Gallery and Shop features curated regional art, unique gifts and artisan made goods. We have art classes and workshops for children and adults as well as free art on Second Saturday! Founded almost 30 years ago, our non-profit has a mission to enrich the community through the arts. 229-243-1010
The Hook & Ladder + Playground
220 N Broad Street The former livery stable hosts a variety of open-air downtown programming events, and the space is available to rent for your next birthday party or wedding reception. 229-248-2000
Oak City Cemetery
Downtown Bainbridge Oak City Cemetery in Bainbridge is one of the largest cemeteries in Southwest Georgia. It has served as the city's public burial grounds since 1852. Shaded by beautiful live oaks and other trees, the large cemetery is where many of the early settlers, community leaders, business people and residents of the city were buried. There are numerous graves of Confederate soldiers, as well as of veterans who have served America in every war since the city was founded. In 1878, the west section of the cemetery was deeded to Temple Beth-El and became one of the first Jewish cemeteries in South Georgia. Miriam Hopkins, a famous Broadway, movie and television star from the 1920's-1950s is buried here. Hopkins was nominated for an Oscar and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Marvin S. Griffin, the 72nd Governor of Georgia is also buried in the cemetery.
Old Post Office
100 S West St Event venue, lodging, and full bar located in Downtown Bainbridge! The historic Post Office was built circa 1914 under the direction of William G McAdoo-Secretary of the Treasury. The historic building features terrazzo stone floors in the lobby, original windows and hardwood floors. The postmaster's secret walkway still exists between the upstairs office spaces.
The Venue | An Event Center
221 E Troupe St Whether you're celebrating a birthday, engagement, or just life, we have the perfect location for you to do so! 229-515-3021 email@example.com
Downtown Bainbridge Willis Park is situated in the heart of Bainbridge, making it easily accessible to residents and tourists. One of the defining features of Willis Park is its lush, well-maintained greenery. The park is adorned with majestic oak trees draped in hanging moss, manicured lawns, and flower beds that create a picturesque and serene environment. The streets that surround the park are lined with boutiques, restaurants, a brewpub, and antique shops. Willis Park is often used for concerts, festivals and outdoor movie nights. The Victorian style gazebo is a place where people can seek shade or picnic with friends and family, and the outdoor seating area is an excellent place to gather for outdoor meals and social gatherings. Be sure to explore the parks historical markers or features that highlight their significance in the local community's history.