Historic Homes

Start with the Ezekiel Harris House – an outstanding example of 18th-century architecture, built in 1797 by a prominent tobacco merchant. Visit the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson.

The statesman lived in Augusta from 1860 to 1870, when his father served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. See the rustic pre-1791 farmhouse owned by George Walton, the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Explore all of Augusta’s historic homes, and hear the voices of the past echo in the present.

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  • Location: Downtown

    Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

    The home President Woodrow Wilson lived in for ten years as a boy.
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    Ezekiel Harris House

    Built in 1797 by a prominent tobacco merchant.
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    Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

    Established in 1937, the Gertrude Hebert is housed in historic Ware's Folly (c. 1818).
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    Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History

    The Lucy Craft Laney Museum is the only African American Museum in Augusta. The museum, which opened in 1991, is a small house museum that was the...
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    Meadow Garden

    This pre-1791 farmhouse was the home of George Walton, youngest signer of theDeclaration of Independence.
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