1. Georgia Southern University Museum
Even though it's a part of Georgia Southern University, this museum devoted to the state's natural history isn't a dull or drab place to spend a few hours.
2. Georgia Southern Botanical Garden
Given the colour and natural splendour that surround this early 20th century farmstead turned visitor centre, its moniker is a little unfortunate.
3. Splash in the Boro! Water Park
Look no further than the water park at Splash in the Boro! for an activity that is a little more adrenaline-fueled.
4. Averitt Center for the Art
The Averitt Center for the Arts is a great site to start any exploration of downtown Statesboro.
Blind Willie McTell Trail
Even though this four-kilometer trail is brief, it offers a window into ordinary life in Statesboro. It won't satisfy any serious hikers among you.
6. Museum on Main
The museum at Georgia Southern focuses on the natural history of the area, but the museum on Main Street in the city helps shed light on the region's cultural and human past.
7. Statesboro Farmers Market
The Farmers Market in Statesboro is another another draw on Main Street.
8. Centre for Wildlife Education
A small protected wetland area is also there, complete with a beaver dam and lodge.
9. Eagle Creek Brewing Company
The Eagle Creek Brewing Company in Statesboro is more than just a craft brewery—it just exudes the quaint southern charm for which Georgia is famous.
The Jumping Place
You should go to The Jumping Place if you want to get your heart racing in a way that not even Splash in the Boro! can.