Known worldwide for golf, Augusta has plenty of things to do year-round. History comes alive at the Augusta Museum of History, the Augusta Canal Discovery Center and the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson. Enjoy a nature ride through Phinizy Swamp Nature Park or explore the Augusta Canal National Heritage area during one of their daily boat tours offered year-round. Immerse yourself in art and culture at the Morris Museum of Art or at live performances at the historic Imperial Theatre or Le Chat Noir.
Shop in locally owned boutiques and stores along Broad Street, in the historic Summerville neighborhood and in Surrey Center. Eat at Augusta's best locally owned restaurants and enjoy classic Southern fare, tapas with an international twist, gourmet burgers and farm-to-table dishes.
Make your first stop in Augusta at the Visitor Center for information and make your reservation for the Saturday Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta, or pick up souvenir praline pecans, sunglasses, hoodies and t-shirts.
Visitor Information Center
1450 Greene Street Suite 110
Augusta, GA 30901
Official Visitor Information
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Augusta Travel Guides
Boyhood Home of Pres. Woodrow Wilson
Wilson lived with his family in Augusta for nearly 13 years, from 1858 to 1870. The house was used as a hospital for soldiers during the Civil War.
DoubleTree by Hilton Augusta Rack Card
Double Tree by Hilton Augusta is minutes away from malls and shopping, historic downtown Augusta and area hospitals, universities, Fort Gordon, recreation parks, major corporate centers and the Augusta Regional Airport.
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