The City of Augusta
While Augusta is known worldwide for the Masters® and the coveted green jacket, you'll find that Georgia's second-oldest and second-largest city - also known as the "Garden City" of the South - is full of history, atmosphere, Southern charm, and activities to engage everyone's interest.
Augusta Convention and Visitors Bureau
Address: PO Box 1331 Augusta, GA 30903
Request Visitor Information
Make the Augusta Visitor Information Center, located in the lobby of the Augusta Museum of History (6th Street between Broad and Reynolds), your first stop. Our helpful visitor information specialists can provide information on attractions, recreation, hotels, shopping, dining and maps of the Augusta area. While there, you can purchase Augusta's Gallery Pass - which gives you entrance into eight of Augusta's attractions at a savings of more than 50%, make a reservation for the Saturday Guided Historic Tour of Augusta, or pick up a souvenir to commemorate your stay in Augusta.
You can visit the Historic Augusta website to explore more about Augusta’s wonderful history.
Arts in the Heart Festival
The Beautiful Augusta Riverwalk
Discover the historic charm of the classic South with Augusta's tree-lined streets and majestic antebellum mansions. Enjoy dozens of shops and restaurants, cultural attractions and entertainment. Meander along the banks of the Savannah River as you stroll Riverwalk Augusta. Canoe the river or the adjacent Augusta Canal. Whatever your interest, you'll find something to satisfy it in Augusta.
Golf Hall of Fame Gardens