play with food
From creative burritos and cold beer at Nacho Mama's to fresh, local ingredients with elegant preparation and fine wine at Frog Hollow Tavern to mile-high layered cakes and locally roasted coffee at Boll Weevil Cafe - Augusta has an awesome selection of unique, local restaurants to thrill your taste buds.
play every weekend
You'll find that it's easy to play for a weekend in Augusta, Georgia. Learn about our rich history at the Augusta Museum of History or during a historic Trolley Tour of Augusta . Stroll the Riverwalk and make a stop at the Morris Museum of Art and get free admission on Sunday. Shop at local stores and boutiques downtown, at Surrey Center and in the historic Summerville neighborhood and find a piece of the South to take home with you.
play after dark
From comedy night at Somewhere In Augusta to dancing at Soul Bar and live music from indie bands at downtown bars and restaurants, there’s plenty going on to keep you entertained after dark in Augusta, Ga.
play with the past
As the second oldest city in Georgia, Augusta is steeped in history. Interested in Civil War history? Check out Magnolia Cemetery, the resting place of more than 300 Confederate soldiers and 7 generals.