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3 Best Places To See in Augusta, GA

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AUGUSTA MUSEUM OF HISTORY

560 Reynolds Street, Augusta, GA 30901 Directions

Since 1937

Here’s The Deal:
Augusta Museum of History is founded in 1937 to preserve, collect, and interpret history concerning Augusta's past. The museum curates the largest and most important historical collection in the CSRA and celebrations as historical research. It is also home to Augusta's Story's permanent exhibition, a 12,000-year journey during the region's past. It is also a resource center for professional historians, media, individuals, and organizations. The museum also hosts a permanent exhibition on the history of healthcare in Augusta. Augusta Museum of History offers four indoor venues for weddings, non-profit and corporate events, and social functions. The museum affords free admission for children age two and under.

SPECIALTY:
Private Rentals, Birthdays, Collections, Meetings, Objects, Exhibition, Rental Documents, Shop, Non-Profit Events, and Social Events, Night at the Museum, Archaeology Day, Jimmie Dyess Symposium, Holiday Gingerbread Village, Museum Theater, Hunt for Hist, Southern Suds, Classroom & and Activity Center

Price: Adults: $5
Seniors: $4
Children: $3

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

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MORRIS MUSEUM OF ART

1 10th Street 2nd Floor, Augusta, GA 30901 Directions

Since 1992

Here’s The Deal:
The Morris Museum of Art is founded in 1985. It is one of the oldest museums in the country devoted to the art and artists of the American South. The museum has a permanent set of 5,000 works of art plus a wide variety of continually changing special exhibitions/public programs. It also houses the center for Southern Art, a reference, and a research library. The museum store has a wide array of artful gifts, many handcrafted by Southern artists/artisans. The Morris Museum of Art offers free admission for Children (12 and younger), Students, the Military, and its members.

SPECIALTY:
Rental Spaces, Art Collection, Summer Camps, Groups, Family Steam Days, and Zone, Private Parties, Shops, Exhibition and Artists, Education, Preschool, Stores, Tour, School and Adult Programs, Late Night, Youth, and Family, Cafe & Scout

Price: Adults: $5
Youth (13-17): $3
Student (with ID): $3
Military (with ID): $3
Senior (65 & Older):$3

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themorris.org

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Tue-Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
Mon: Closed

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PEXCHO'S AMERICAN DIME MUSEUM

216 6th Street, Augusta, GA 30901 Directions

Since 2018

Here’s The Deal:
Pexcho's American Dime Museum is a history museum located in Augusta. It tells the brief history of the dime museum. The museum will take you to the hay-days of the dime museum in the mid-1800s. It is a family-owned museum that adds something unique to downtown Augusta. Pexcho's American Dime Museum is an authentic recreation of a late 19th Century Museum for regular working-class folks. It was created by the inspiration of Dick Horne's American Dime Museum, which was closed in 2006. Visitors can also see the dead animals that are kept in the jar. It also has a family-owned collection of the unusual and bizarre. Pexcho's American Dime Museum provides interesting, entertaining, and interactive tours. You will end the tour with a performance from the world's oldest sword swallower, john RED Stewart.

SPECIALTY:
History Museum, Cultural Experience, Tour, Artifacts, Interactive Exhibits, Live Performance, Gift Shop, T-Shirts, Stickers, Art Prints & Coffee Shop

Price: Kids 8 and under: 10-cents, 9 and over: $14.28

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