10 Things to Do in Augusta

Augusta might not receive as much attention as Atlanta does, but it is the second largest city in the state. Golfers around the world dream of being a member of Augusta National Golf Club. Here are the 10 best things to do in the city when you visit it.

1. Phinizy Swamp Nature Park

Watch nature do the weirdest things it likes to do when you visit the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. If you like birdwatching, this park is going to be your next favorite place. See if you can spot a few bald eagles, wood ducks and great blue herons here.

2. The Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church

The name gets the attention immediately. It has been there for more than 200 years for the people of Georgia as a place for worship. Despite being this old, this church still has a lot of its architectural components from when it came into being.

3. Sacred Heart Cultural Center

It used to be a Catholic church too. The building of this church will cast a spell on you. The two aspires rising above the red bricks are a sight to watch. Visit at a time when there is an art exhibition or some social gathering.

4. Augusta Museum of History

It is the oldest museum in the city. Most of the items here will tell you a history of Augusta and its surroundings areas. The most admirable thing about the museum is the exhibits. Augusta’s Story, without a doubt, is the most immersive and loved exhibits out of all.

5. Augusta Canal

No matter which city you are in, you need some time alone and in quietness. This is no ordinary canal. It has been there since 1845. The canal is special because people of Augusta have used it for transportation, making power, and drinking water.

6. River Walk

You can’t visit Augusta and not enjoy the comforting breeze from the Savannah River. When you think you are feeling hot, it is time for you to visit the river like the locals do. Spread a sheet under the trees and enjoy some quality time with your family.

7. Savannah Rapids Visitor Center

It is yet another way of enjoying the serenity of the Savannah River. If you want to dilute your serenity with some risk, visit the Savannah Rapids Visitor Center and try the kayak ride. Bring a lock with you wish for the best things to happen to you.

8. Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

If you love art, you have to find time to visit this place. Here’s a challenge, the authorities here claim that no two visits to this place can ever be the same. That’s because they are changing the exhibits so quickly. Do you accept the challenge?

9. The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

Visit the place where the 28th president of the country spent his childhood. It is going to be a historic site and an educational tour in one for you. The most amazing thing about the tour is how you will feel taken back 200 years back every time you enter a new room inside the building.

10. Frog Hollow Tavern

Now that you have seen the beauty, nature, and history of the city, it’s time to treat your taste buds. When it comes to eating, there is no better place in the city than Frog Hollow Tavern. They are the prime of American foods. Gluten-free options are easily available. You must not come back without trying their mac and cheese and pork shoulder.

There you have it! These are some of the best things to do in Augusta. When you plan your visit, be sure to find a balance between your visits to the museums and natural places. The good news is that despite being a highly populous city, Augusta offers many chances for you to be close to the nature.