Warner Robins is a city in the U.S. state of Georgia, located in Houston County in the central part of the state. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 66,588. From 2000 to 2010, the Warner Robins city population grew by 36.4% (from 48,804 people to 66,588).
Restaurants in Warner Robins
5 based on 593 reviews
Free U.S. Air Force museum open to the public Over 90 aircraft like the SR-71, F-15 & a B-29. Exhibits include Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame, WWII Hump Pilots, Tuskegee Airmen, D-Day, and the Flying Tigers. Motion simulator rides $5. Cafe, gift shop and picnic park. Daily 9-5; closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving and Dec. 25. Ten miles east of I-75 Exit 144. Phone (478) 926-6870.
Not all aviation museums are alike, but this one in Warner Robins is among the best I have visited (including the Air Force Museum in Ohio). Take the time to see what has been done to a great many of the Air Force flyers. Great history, great displays, and obviously run by very proud professionals who care about aviation. There is a great deal to see and learn here, and you will not be disappointed. Really well done from beginning to end.
4 based on 35 reviews
1 Mile paved walking trail.
Took my 8 year old here today for a walk. We made it from one side to the other. One end has a little playground and an open restroom. The restroom on the other side wasn't open. A lot of it was shaded and allowed for a cool breeze while you walk out of the Sun. Several spots to sit and rest if you need it.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Monkey Joe's, voted best in children's entertainment 3 years in a row, is THE place to party and play in Warner Robins! Monkey Joe's parties are full of bouncing, sliding, and jumping fun for kids 12 years-old and younger. With wall-to-wall inflatables, a variety of arcade games, full concession options and a dedicated party room, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the party
People were great planning and setting up party arrangements for a bunch of 3-4 year old kids. It is a good place to have children's parties without the potential damage to your home. No muss, no fuss, no clean-up. All had a good time and fed well to boot.
4 based on 58 reviews
Arcade Games, Bowling, Roller Skating, 2-Story Laser Tag, Mini-Golf, Go-Karts, Billiards, Full Service Restaurant & Bar, Outdoor Oyster Bar. We are a locally owned family business providing the community with a fun, safe, and clean environment for all milestones in life and for the day to day FUN. #GetSomeFun Specials: MONDAY - Monday Night Mayhem starts at 4 pm every week!! All-You-Can-Play Activities, Unlimited arcade games, or a $20 Rigby's Card just $14.95 each. THURSDAY - $3.75 Family Skate Night starting at 7 pm! Coming soon: Rigby's Water World, Luke's Restaurant + Bar, Hotel & Conference Center
Fun, but expensive. It was a bit crowded on a Summer Monday night, and it was hard to get help from the staff.Once we did find someone to help us though, they were very nice. We played golf and games. Both were fine,but most games take over $1.00, and many are $2.00 or more.A bit out of my budget.
4 based on 29 reviews
This place is a lot of fun with a variety of activities for kids about age 10 and under. However, you MUST supervise your kids at all times. I always do, but it's apparent that others don't, because older kids run and play (sometimes roughly) in the soft play and ball area. Teenagers supposedly monitor, but most aren't very effective...or they are busy flirting with others! It can be very frustrating! It can be easy to lose sight of your kids as they climb above the crowd. As others said, there's no system to ensure kids do not leave unattended or with someone else. The building is dated and rather musky. The food is typical, I guess...high-priced fried varieties and pizza. It's nice that they allow birthday parties in the food court without paying (unless that has changed recently!) I thought armbands were over-priced...until we visited the other place in town.
5 based on 12 reviews
I usually do a pedicure with sisters, but they are out of state and not available. I checked around and go directed here. Simply perfect - from the receptionist greeting you through the pedicure it was a simple pleasure. I won't think twice about going alone the next time. I absolutely agree that Paul was wonderful! I'm ticklish but he kept me calm, and I couldn't be happier with the results.
5 based on 10 reviews
Little League Southeast Park located on the grounds of Little League's Southeastern Region, hosts the annual Little League Baseball and Softball Southeastern Region Tournaments.
This ball park is one of the most beautiful parks I've ever seen. The grounds are kept up really well and the people that work there are super helpful and very friendly.
4 based on 5 reviews
My family and I enjoyed our visit here. If you have some time in your schedule you should stop by as well.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
If you're looking for an area to walk around that's got a paved perimeter pedestrian-only lane with a big ole' pond in the middle of it, look no further.
This pond was recently purchased by the City from private owners. It's only been open to the public since March 2017.
If you want to fish, you can do that here. If you want to watch flocks of geese travel ever so slowly, or take a leisurely walk with your Sig Other, this is perfect for that.
There's a parking area and 2 restrooms; one larger than the other, on opposite sides of the pond.
This area may be tough to find if you don't know where it is. Head north on Houston Road and look to your right after you pass the hospital (old mall) on your left. At Woodlawn, take a right and you can't miss it.
We're going to walk our doggies here regularly.
Come on over before word gets out and crowds start to show up!
4 based on 3 reviews
Locally owned independent business. Not fine art, fun art (for all ages). Explore your creativity with step by step instruction. We also sell wine and beer.
I have done several painting classes at different venues in the past.
I scheduled my class weeks before it happened, yet my party was positioned at great distance from the artist and in the worst location in the entire building.
The music was too loud.
The room was freezing.
My main complaint ----there was ENTIRELY too many people. The easel was located too high on the table. Especially it was too high to paint comfortably while sitting. I needed to stand. Then I was in other people's view. There was no personal space or room for my purse, jacket or even my water.
The restroom was on our aisle. We were interrupted every single time someone needed the restroom. This painting needed a lot of paint. My palette was full and I needed a lot more paint. I had to continually ask for more paint and I felt bothersome. I wasn't the only one with those feelings or request.
Painting was fun!
Cost in my opinion way too costly for Warner Robins.
The instructor was excellent, helpful and patient ----
my issue is Lush Art's business rules and procedures at this particular venue.
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