Augusta attractions

Top Choice Historic Building in Augusta

Sibley Mill

The fact that this historic building is closed to the public won't stop you from curiously approaching if you see it in the distance. The massive textile mill, completed in 1882, features a striking, ornate and ecle…
Park in Augusta

Augusta Riverwalk

This multilevel brick trail parallels the pretty Savannah River through downtown Augusta from 11th St to the Gordon Hwy Bridge and is peppered with attractions like the Morris Museum of Art and Augusta Museum of His…
Museum in Augusta

Augusta Museum of History

Augusta's well-done history museum has exhibitions on local celebrities and city history, but is of most interest for its extensive James Brown exhibit, the world's most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the God…
Museum in Augusta

Morris Museum of Art

This refreshingly not overwhelming museum is dedicated to art and artists of the South, chronologically displayed from 19th-century portraits to contemporary art in the South, touching on the Civil War, impressionis…
Statue in Augusta

James Brown Statue

This life-size (read: tiny and short) bronze statue of the Godfather of Soul features Augusta's favorite son with signature cape and microphone. It was originally set to be unveiled in 2004, but Brown was thrown in …