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Welcome to Augusta

Home of the 2017 PDGA World Championships

Augusta has a growing culture of artists, foodies, athletes, adventurers, historians and families – and it’s all the things a Southerner should be. Laid-back. Welcoming. And a little bit quirky. You could easily spend a day outdoors hiking, biking or kayaking miles of trails, and another day wandering art galleries and browsing boutiquesMeals in Augusta won't be a side note to your adventures here - they'll be an experience all their own. Local tastemakers create delectable dishes and bold beverages that your taste buds won't forget.

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Food & Drink

In Augusta, we’re serious about great food. It won’t take long to get in the habit of lingering over the flavors and aromas of the food and the pleasures of a laid-back way of life.

Free Things to Do

Looking for free things to do while you're in Augusta? Look no further!

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Historic Tours

Trolley tours. Boat tours. Home tours. However you prefer to uncover history, don’t miss these top 5 events and attractions.

Visit Aqueduct Park

The Rae's Creek Aqueduct is a remarkable pre-Civil War structure in Augusta, Georgia. Now part of the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area, the aqueduct is part of a park that fascinates visitors...

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