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Get a glimpse of Augusta's storied past

Hidden among the eclectic neighborhoods and streets of Augusta lies history waiting to be discovered. Take a trip through time in Georgia's second city with local historians to learn how our thriving city on the Savannah River was first established, and about the amazing people who helped shape our story.

Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

United States President Woodrow Wilson lived here from 1860-1870, the longest period spent in one residence, while his father served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Tours on the hour. Groups of 10 or more, please call ahead.

Augusta Museum of History

Visit the region's home for history. Featured are a number of permanent exhibitions, including the award-winning Augusta's Story - a 12,000-year journey through local history; a restored 1917 steam locomotive, special exhibits: "The Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown,"...

Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History

Lucy Craft Laney (1854-1933), was born as a free person of color and became one of the state’s most influential educators. She started the first kindergarten and nurses' training class for blacks in Augusta and founded the Haines Institute, which educated thousands of black...

Experience History Differently

Museum Escape

The Augusta Museum of History is the first Museum in the United States to create its own Escape Room! This unique experience takes place in the exhibit "Local Legends," and features an Augusta themed...

The Miller Theater

See the upcoming events calendar for the Miller Theater.