Augusta Spotlight












Museums & Galleries




Learn about Augusta’s days as a bustling cotton market at the historic Cotton Exchange. Appreciate excellent works by Southern artists, spanning more than 200 years, at the Morris Museum of Art.

Shape and mold your own artistry in one of the popular classes at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. These are only a few of the stimulating sites and activities in Augusta available to art and culture enthusiasts.

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    Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta

    Every Saturday1:30 -3:15$15 person (includes tour of Augusta Museum of History)24 hour advanced reservations required
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  • Location: Downtown

    Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

    The home President Woodrow Wilson lived in for ten years as a boy.
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    Augusta Cotton Exchange

    Once the second largest cotton exchange in the world.
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    Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

    Established in 1937, the Gertrude Hebert is housed in historic Ware's Folly (c. 1818).
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    Ezekiel Harris House

    Built in 1797 by a prominent tobacco merchant.
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    Meadow Garden

    This pre-1791 farmhouse was the home of George Walton, youngest signer of theDeclaration of Independence.
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    Augusta Museum of History

    Experience Yesterday Today.
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    M.A.D. Studios

    An all-ages wide-open canvas of a space with paint, brushes, art, sound equipment, comfy chairs and pillows.
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    Artists Row

    Established in 1994 as part of Augusta’s revitalization of the historic district along Broad Street, Artists Row is a vital part of the region’s th...
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  • Art on Broad

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