play like a pro
Each Spring, Augusta plays host to golf’s most prestigious tournament, The Masters®. Outside of the golf course, there are plenty of ways to explore our historic city. Learn about Augusta’s golf heritage at the Augusta Museum of History and discover local lore during a Historic Trolley Tour. After an exciting day, satisfy your inner foodie with Southern food at local restaurants like Frog Hollow Tavern and The Boll Weevil.
play on the river
Stroll the banks of the Savannah River on Augusta's Riverwalk. Make your first stop on Saturday mornings the Augusta Market on the River where you'll find locally grown produce, fresh baked goodies, locally roasted coffee and regional artisans. You can also hop on the Patriot Riverboat for a tour down the river or browse the galleries and shop at the Morris Museum of Art.
play with food
From creative burritos and cold beer at Nacho Mama's to fresh, local ingredients with elegant preparation and fine wine at Frog Hollow Tavern to mile-high layered cakes and locally roasted coffee at Boll Weevil Cafe - Augusta has an awesome selection of unique, local restaurants to thrill your taste buds.
play with the past
As the second oldest city in Georgia, Augusta is steeped in history. Interested in Civil War history? Check out Magnolia Cemetery, the resting place of more than 300 Confederate soldiers and 7 generals.
play after dark
From comedy night at Somewhere In Augusta to dancing at Soul Bar and live music from indie bands at downtown bars and restaurants, there’s plenty going on to keep you entertained after dark in Augusta, Ga.