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The city of Augusta offers a wide array of cultural and recreational activities for visitors and residents.

Whether you're into sports, museums, karaoke, or site-seeing, Augusta offers many adult and family-friendly locations.

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Fun For Everyone

Karaoke pops up around town

Ah, yes. Karaoke. The musical sport that somehow causes those who can't carry a tune in a bucket to throw out all inhibitions and behave as if their singing sounds good.

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Pool offers playful environment

Many serious pool players really don't care where they play. Most like to visit other pool halls on the chance they'll meet a fresh face.

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Midnight hour brings bowlers out to lanes

A spin on cosmic bowling, Bowlapalooza combines black lights and a low price. The lanes and bowling balls glow while laser lights, upbeat music and free-flowing Bud Light add to the atmosphere.

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