Warner Robins

Convention & Visitors Bureau



 Attractions, Festivals, and Historic Sites


From historical and cultural landmarks to outdoor recreation, there's so much to do and see in Warner Robins! 


The city is best known as the home of Robins Air Force Base, the Museum of Aviation (2nd largest in the country!), and the Southeast Regional Little League Headquarters and filed.  Visitors can "bird watch" - the silver birds, that is - by viewing the aircraft traffic from the Museum of Aviation's observation deck; and enjoy an exciting air show and "Wings and Wheels" Car Show.


For railroad enthusiasts, visit "depot row" where you'll find the historic 1944 train depot which is now the E. L. Greenway Welcome Center, designated a National Historic Site.  Next to the welcome center is Mildred's Country Store full of local antiques offering a glimpse of "the way things used to be" from the days when Warner Robins was know as Wellston.  In between is Southern Railroad caboose X556 from 1971 which houses a railroad display.  Capping off the property is the Elberta Train Depot which is soon to be a heritage center highlighting the intertwined history of the local community, the railroad and the growth of Wellston Army Depot, to Robins Field, and as it is known now, Robins Air Force Base.


The moderate climate in Warner Robins will lure you to enjoy golf on its four championship courses, twelve parks, the Wellston Walking Trail, Little League Ball, soccer, championship football, swimming and Georgia Golden Olympics for the kids over 50.


Residents and visitors alike agree that not only is Warner Robins a great place to work, it is a great place to visit and play!