3 Best Landmarks in Augusta, GA

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Augusta, Georgia. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


419 Seventh Street, Augusta, GA 30901 DIRECTIONS

Since 1859

Here’s The Deal:
The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson is one of the country's leading art museums. Historic Augusta, Inc. owned and operates the residence and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2008. The home is the state's oldest official residence, serving as an educational facility and a traditional attraction for Augusta City, Georgia State, and the Nation. Their qualified, highly skilled docents guide all home tours, and unlike many museums in-house, non-flash photography is accepted and encouraged. There are fourteen rooms decorated in the Victorian age of the 1860s, a new service house with a kitchen and carriage house.

Event Rentals, Facility Rental, Group Tour, Educational, Historical Buildings, Family Programs, Workshops, Preservation and Restoration, Shop, Cultural Activities, School and Student Tour, Community Outreach & Exhibitions

Price: Admission:
$10 for Adults
$8 for Seniors and Military
$5 for Students

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Wed-Fri: 10am - 4pm
Mon, Tue, Sat & Sun: Closed

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1320 Independence Drive, Augusta, GA 30901 DIRECTIONS

Since 1791

Here’s The Deal:
Meadow Garden is situated on the west side of downtown Augusta, east of the Sutherland Mill, separated from the Augusta Canal by the Augusta Canal Historic Walking Trail. Georgia Meadow Garden was the home of George Walton, one of the youngest signatories to the Declaration of Independence. The building is a 1-1/2 story wood-frame structure set on a high brick basement. It was built in stages, originally three bays in width, but now it's six, with three double-glazed dormers and two chimneys projecting from the gabled roof. The shed-roof porch stretches across the front, supported by slender Doric columns. The home features 18th and 19th Century American and English furnishings, porcelains, paintings, and primitive household equipment. This national historic landmark has a peaceful and welcoming oasis in the heart of Augusta's industrialized area.

Architecture Buildings, Group Tours, Field Trips, Collections, Educational Programs, Historical Places, Camps, Classroom, Heritage Gardens, Museum Store, Fort Capital Projects and Improvements, Rental Facility, Exhibitions, Events & Granary Preservation

Price: Adults $5
Seniors (62 and Over) $4
Children (6-18) $1
Military (With ID) $4

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Mon-Sat: 10am - 4pm
Sun: Closed

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1822 Broad Street, Augusta, GA 30904 DIRECTIONS

Since 1797

Here’s The Deal:
Ezekiel Harris House is said to be "the finest eighteenth-century house surviving in Georgia" and is an excellent example of early Federal architecture. It was established in 1797. It was fully restored in 1964 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places; the Ezekiel Harris House is a reminder of the days when tobacco was the primary cash crop of Georgia. Ezekiel Harris House is located at 1822 Broad Street. It has an impressive vaulted hallway; visitors may observe what life was like during the Federal Period in Georgia. School children have been touring it for decades. The Augusta Museum of History manages the house. Tours are available by appointment.

Special Events, Observation Deck, Private Party, Rental Facility, Educational Programs, Groups, Guided Tours, Reception, Meeting Space and Facilities, Gift Shop, Scouting, Field Trip & Corporate Event

Price: Adults $2 & Children $1

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Thu-Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 1pm - 5pm
Mon-Wed: Closed

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