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Living History Park, North Augusta

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  • This park is hidden away down a side street and is pretty cool. We've gone over for official "History days" when buildings were open and it's fun to see how things used to be back in the day. It's a g...  more »
  • This was a really cool park smack dab in the middle of a development. We were here on a Sunday morning and every building was locked up tight with modern day locks. But you can look in windows and see...  more »
  • I went to the living history park today in north augusta. I've always seen it but never really paid it any attention. I walked around and looked at the old buildings. The park as a whole gives you a f...  more »
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  • First time visitor... the staff and volunteers made the experience great. They were kind, courteous and very passionate. The carpenter who makes masterpieces out of wood was very inspiring. We especially enjoyed talking to him. Everyone was very knowledgeable and were willing to answer all of our questions.
  • Let me cover the long list of positives from our visit: grass and a few benches. Where else can one go to find both grass and benches in the same place? Pack your bags now, load up the sports wagon, and make sure your phones are charged to take pictures of all the excitement, like walking, sitting, and standing. Oh, but don't pack any balls, for those are against park rules. That's right, a park that allows no balls. What's next? No fun? No smiling? No sunshine? At least the employees/volunteers were rude and cantankerous. Admission was free and worth every penny.
  • Like stepping back in time. Place looks great. Management not very friendly.
  • A unique place to learn about 18th century history. Volunteer Staff were the best!!!
  • Informative and interesting. Beautiful tribute to our local founding fathers..