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What to do in Augusta

Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta
706-724-4067

Augusta Riverwalk
4 8th Street 
Augusta, GA 30901

706-821-1754

Meadow Garden
The home of George Walton, two-time Georgia Governor
1320 Independence Drive 
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-4174

Childhood Home of Woodrow Wilson
419 Seventh Street 
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-0436
www.wilsonboyhoodhome.org

 

Augusta Canal Museum and Boat Tour
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400
Augusta, GA 30901
706-823-0440
www.augustacanal.com

Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History
1116 Phillips Street
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-3576
www.lucycraftlaneymuseum.com

Augusta Museum of History
560 Reynolds Street 
Augusta, GA 30901
706-722-8454
www.augustamuseum.org

Phinizy Swamp Nature 
Get the chance to see great blue heron, red-shouldered hawk, river otter, and the elusive alligator in their natural setting. Enjoy boardwalks, and trails.
1858 Lock and Dam Road
Augusta, GA 30906
706-828-2109
www.phinizyswamp.org

Surrey Center
Boutique shops carry the latest trends in accessories and apparel and find food for any taste at one of the restaurants.
471 Highland Avenue
Augusta, GA 30904

ParkSpringfield Baptist Church
The old clapboard sanctuary, constructed in 1801 for St. John United Methodist Church, was purchased by Springfield in 1844 and is the city's oldest church structure.
114 12th Street 
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-1056

Artist Row, Galleries
Working art studios, specialty shops, tantalizing eateries and coffee houses flourish in this growing jewel along the Savannah River. Artists Row offers everything from original works by internationally renowned artists, to local fine art pottery, hand crafted glass work, sculpture, unique regional crafts, photography, jewelry, and specialty gifts. With affordable prices and quality products, Artists Row is the perfect place to find art one of a kind items.
1028 Broad Street
Augusta, GA 30901
www.artistsrow.wordpress.com

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