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Visitor Information Center
While water hazards on the course challenge the avid golfer, Riverwalk Augusta, a two-tiered park along the historic Savannah River, creates a more relaxing atmosphere, offering art, history, and science museums; gardens and picnic areas; and an open-air concert pavilion. Stroll the river’s leisurely meandering and explore the Augusta Museum of History and its permanent award-winning exhibition, “Augusta’s Story.” Visit the Morris Museum of Art, one of the only facilities dedicated to displaying the art of the South and work from Southern Artists, or discover the wonders of science at the National Science Center’s interactive museum, Fort Discovery. Rub elbows with Arnie, Bobby, Jack, and Ben at the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame’s Botanical Gardens. Larger-than-life-size bronze sculptures of some of golf’s masters compliment the Aquatic, Butterfly, Formal and Xeriscape Gardens. Other Riverwalk attractions include the Hero’s Overlook, Jessye Norman Amphitheater, and Springfield Village Park.