Find Rental Cars in Albany, United States
Book cheap Albany (ABY) car rental and enjoy the freedom to roam while you’re visiting! Envision driving along a winding road, windows rolled down, leisurely passing scenic mountains, romantic beaches or popular roadside attractions in a comfortable rented car. Hire a rental car in Albany, take the road less traveled, and discover more about the attractions in and around Albany!
Opened in 1937 and renamed Chehaw Park, this 800 acres of green space features scenic boardwalks and cypress swamps that together lead to natural habitats of many endangered species. The park also consists of nature trails, BMX trails, BMX bike racing, an 18-hole disc golf course, campgrounds and a playground.
The Flint RiverQuarium is located on the banks of the Flint River in Albany, Georgia. The aquarium depicts the flow of Flint River, highlighting local freshwater and saltwater ecosystems. Some star attractions here are Blue Hole Spring (this 22 feet deep, open-air tank is filled by a natural spring), Flint River Gallery (exhibits freshwater and saltwater fish) and Discovery Caverns (that have an underground cave exhibiting subterranean creatures).
Albany Museum of Art
The Albany Museum of Art is home to one of the largest collections of Sub-Saharan art in southeastern United States. It also has a superb collection of nearly 2400 original artworks, some of which are related to European and American arts. Some impossible to miss attractions here include African masks, sculpture, jewelry and gold weights besides several American and European paintings, drawings and photographs.
Ray Charles Plaza
Albany is the birthplace of noted American singer and songwriter, Ray Charles. The Ray Charles Plaza is park that features a revolving bronze statue of this famous singer, and this statue is illuminated during night as his music is being played. This statue is flanked by two walkways that look like keyboards of a piano and lead to the nearby attraction called Riverwalk. The park is set across a stunning backdrop of Georgia's pine forests, oaks and grasses.