Fodor's Expert Review Augusta Museum of History

Augusta Museum/Gallery
This museum is a great first stop in understanding Augusta’s rich history. Begin your visit by taking a 12,000-year journey through the region's past by touring the permanent exhibit, Augusta's Story. Other exhibits explore the history of health care in Augusta, the role of the railroads, and of course, the Masters Tournament. Adults and kids alike will enjoy exploring the Transportation Corridor’s 1920s trolley car, a 1914 locomotive, and a reconstructed 1930s gas station. Another favorite is an exhibit devoted to native son James Brown.
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560 Reynolds St.
Augusta, Georgia  30901, USA

706-722–8454

www.augustamuseum.org

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Rate Includes: $4, Closed Mon.–Wed.

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