Our campus touts several educational and entertaining activity spaces to make your event all the more memorable. Let a Conference Services Coordinator help you personalize your event by incorporating one or more of our activity spaces.
Center for Wildlife Education
Spanning 18 acres of Georgia’s breathtaking land, the Wildlife Center is recognized as the largest on-campus wildlife center in the nation. Whether it’s a private flight show at the outdoor theater, a peaceful nature walk through our wetlands or a relaxing dinner under the pavilion, a visit to the Wildlife Center is a perfect way to personalize your event and entertain guests of all ages. View Photos
Located on an early 20th-century farmstead, the Garden offers visitors a inside view of the cultural and natural heritage of the Southeastern Coastal Plain, an area rich in unique and endangered plants. The Garden’s nearly 11-acre site, located in the middle of the growing city of Statesboro, includes walking woodland trails, Bland Cottage, Heritage Garden, Rose Arbor, Children’s Learning Garden, Camellia Garden, Native Plant Landscape Garden, Native Azalea Collection and Bog Garden. View Photos
The Georgia Southern University Planetarium is an immersive astronomy laboratory offering exciting presentations with telescopic observing outdoors. The facility holds state-of-the-art planetarium seating, and each individual seat provides armrests and adjustable back pitch angles which provide guests with a comfortable viewing angle of the dome. The planetarium can seat up to 63, including special ADA seating areas for 2 wheelchairs. View Photos
Georgia Southern Museum
The Georgia Southern Museum houses collections, exhibits and programming that interpret the natural and cultural history of Georgia’s coastal plain and the exciting research and work taking place at Georgia Southern University. The Museum’s permanent exhibits tell the story of the coastal plain’s changing environments, animals and cultures that have called it home, and its changing galleries feature dynamic and interactive exhibits based on the work and research of our faculty. View Photos
Last updated: 11/11/2015