In the Georgian city of Augusta, a civic park called Riverwalk Augusta runs beside the Savannah River.
The Augusta Museum of History
The Augusta Museum of History is the city's oldest historical organization committed to the preservation and display of local and regional history.
Savannah Rapids Visitor Centre
The area's early inhabitants created some of North America's oldest ceramics as well as stone fish weirs in the river channels and bountiful fields.
Sacred Heart Cultural Centre
An old Catholic church served as the Sacred Heart Cultural Centre. The location presently hosts a variety of cultural events, and seasonal gatherings.
Phinizy Swamp Nature Park
Southeast Augusta's Industrial district is home to the 1,100-acre Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. This park is a popular venue for water science education.
Morris Museum of Art
The Morris Museum of Art, located in the Central Savannah River Area. Its collection more than five thousand works of art.
The lavish Imperial Theatre, located in the heart of Augusta, is one of the greatest venues to see a performance, a show, or a movie.
One of the state's biggest retail areas, its upscale complex is located about fifteen minutes' drive west of the city center.
James Brown Statue
James Brown is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and one-of-a-kind performer who has enthralled millions of people with his popular songs and thrilling live shows.
The atmosphere in meadows is ethereal, even heavenly. Native plants are usually used in meadow gardens to draw in animals and provide a dynamic landscape throughout the year.