Free Things to Do in Augusta 

Looking for fun attractions and events to explore in Augusta and Augusta's River Region? We've rounded up the best year-round (or almost year-round) free things to do while you're here!

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

Hikers, cyclists, and runners regularly head for the Augusta Canal’s wide, level towpath, once used by mules to pull canal boats to the Canal head-gates. Additional trails into wooded and urban areas add variety to the outdoor experience. Pick up a trail map at the Augusta Canal Discovery Center or download a map here.

Hikers, cyclists and runners regularly head for the Augusta Canal’s wide, level towpath, once used by mules to pull canal boats to the Canal headgates. Additional trails into wooded and urban areas add variety to the outdoor experience. Spring and Fall  "Trail Talk" walks and "Pedals Thru the Past" rides  add to understanding and enjoyment.

Canoers and kayakers can enjoy the natural and urban scenery as well, with several points available for put-in. Pick up a map at the Discovery Center

- See more at: http://augustacanal.com/visit-activities.php#sthash.pE4PBVDt.dpuf

Hikers, cyclists and runners regularly head for the Augusta Canal’s wide, level towpath, once used by mules to pull canal boats to the Canal headgates. Additional trails into wooded and urban areas add variety to the outdoor experience. Spring and Fall  "Trail Talk" walks and "Pedals Thru the Past" rides  add to understanding and enjoyment.

Canoers and kayakers can enjoy the natural and urban scenery as well, with several points available for put-in. Pick up a map at the Discovery Center

- See more at: http://augustacanal.com/visit-activities.php#sthash.pE4PBVDt.dpuf

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

Rotating contemporary art exhibits hang on the walls of a historic and architecturally significant home - known to locals as Ware's Folly. Gertrude Herbert's famed "ghost" makes this a favorite local haunt.

Phinizy Swamp Nature Park

Catch a glimpse of turtles, fish, marsh rabbits, an astonishing array of birds and diverse botanical life along the miles of trails, boardwalks, and bridges through Phinizy. Download a map of trails and features here.

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this former church features towering twin spires, graceful arches, fifteen distinctive styles of brickwork, ninety-four stained glass windows, a barreled vaulted ceiling and intricately carved Italian marble altars.

Morris Museum of Art 

Located on the Riverwalk in downtown Augusta, the Morris is the first museum (open Sundays) dedicated to the art and artists of the American South. The Morris offers free admission and gallery tours every Sunday throughout the year. Almost 5,000 paintings, works on paper, photographs, and sculptures dating from the late-eighteenth century to the present are on display in the permanent collection galleries. In addition to the permanent galleries, the museum hosts eight to ten temporary special exhibitions every year.

Westobou Gallery

Designed as a contemporary venue for a wide variety of exhibitions both during the Westobou Festival and throughout the year, the Westobou Gallery offers curated exhibitions by national, regional and local artists with a focus on emerging and mid-career contemporary and experimental artists.

 

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