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Augusta Museum of History, Augusta

(4.7/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
The Augusta Museum of History is a history museum located in Augusta, Georgia, U.S.. The museum was founded in 1937 to preserve and share the history of Augusta and its surrounding area. On display are numerous artifacts, images, and dioramas that showcase the broad spectrum of Augusta’s history.
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  • For a modest $4, you can enjoy 2 floors' worth of very real history from this very rich region. I never realized the significance of Augusta until I read about the part it played in the Civil War or h...  more »
  • The Museum is an excellent venue to hold events for around 150 people. It was clean and the staff was excellent. The kitchen area was useful for the caterer to serve the guests. Excellent facilities.  more »
  • A must see for those tourist that what to know about Augusta or people that live in Augusta and want to learn about where they live. Very good place to spend a few hours of fun.  more »
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  • Moderate sized museum focused on local Augusta history. A good way to spend a few hours with well designed interactive exhibits.
  • Very informative. Many more exhibits than I expected. Spent a couple of hours in the museum and still didn't read over every exhibit.
  • This museum has so much to offer! We spent more than two hours here and loved every minute. There is a lot of variety to be found here.
  • It was a great experience. We had family visiting from California and decided to go. Unfortunately we came on a Tuesday. The curator told us it was closed but because they had a tour we could go through. After the school tour had left, curators slowly started to close doors on us. Locking my aunt in the James Brown exhibit and my husband and I in the Local Celebrity area. We had some laughs with it, and enjoyed the whole Museum.
  • Lots of interesting stuff here. Staff was really friendly.