Whether you're a history buff, sports enthusiast or love to watch the train go by, Warner Robins is definitely a "must visit" on your itinerary. Just 90 miles south of Atlanta and 14 miles south of Macon, Warner Robins is located on I-75 and at the crossroads of several major state highways making it convenient for a visit or meeting.
Warner Robins is home to Robins Air Force Base, Georgia's largest industrial complex, the Museum of Aviation and the Southeast Regional Little League headquarters. Take exits 146 and 144 off I-75 to more than 105 eclectic restaurants, 1900 award winning hotel rooms, shopping, spas, and several golf facilities offering championship golf holes.
Highways and roads traveling through the city lead from the heart of the state, to the mountains, and to the coast all within a 150 mile radius of the city. Interstates I-75 and I-16 are major entrances and convenient connections to anywhere in the state including Andersonville National Historic Site which is the National Memorial to all American POWs.
"Planes, trains and heroes" and a genuine sense of southern hospitality are the reasons people return to Warner Robins again and again.
When planning your visit, be sure to request a visitors guide or contact us at the Convention & Visitors' Bureau via email or call us at 888-288-9742 for maps, brochures, and listings of our selection of fine hotels and city restaurants.