To Our Visitors, Welcome Back
The hustle & bustle is coming back to Augusta, Georgia as outdoor patios soak up the sun, our Savannah River beckons paddlers and boats, and downtown starts to receive guests & locals again. We are incredibly excited to begin welcoming our long-awaited visitors back to our beautiful Georgia city.
We have included excerpts from Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's lifted executive order, along with continued Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance for increased sanitation measures and hand-washing practices.
Augusta's Experience Center
Augusta's Experience Center, Augusta & Co. has reopened to locals and visitors. The visitor center and storefront will be operating on new hours and guidance for the public, with increased sanitation measures.
Start Planning Your Visit
Start planning your trip to our beautiful city by downloading Augusta's Experience Guide or requesting a FREE printed version to be mailed directly to your doorstep. This guide showcases Augusta’s multifaceted community and focuses on the city's vibrant arts & music scene, the abundance of outdoor adventures, signature events throughout the city, golf culture on and off the course, and much more. Home to soulful music legends James Brown and Jessye Norman, our city mixes soul in our art, entertainment, and delicious cuisine.
Spring & Summer Activities
Get outside: Our winding trails, wide-open spaces and great outdoors are always open. Uncrowded and unspoiled, open-air hikes and other outings in nature provide the therapeutic benefits of being outside while practicing social distancing at a few of our favorite locations: Phinizy Swamp Nature Park, Augusta Canal National Heritage Area, The Greeneway Trail, and the Forks Area Trail System (F.A.T.S).
Free Things To Do
Free Things To Do
Stay Safe & Healthy
To protect yourself and others, please take the following precautions as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC):
Wash your hands frequently with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds;
Avoid sharing food and drinks;
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth;
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or into your elbow; and
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces