Augusta's got it all
It might be time for the Masters, but that doesn't mean the rest of Augusta shuts down. Augusta offers visitors the full range of amenities from shopping to museums to river boating.
Stuff To Do
Looking for something else to do while in town for the Masters®? Why not shop? Augusta is certainly among the champions of this art, offering something in about every part of town.
Augusta has many health clubs and fitness at your disposal so you can stay in shape during Masters Week. No excuses.
Not interested in bars or clubs? Then maybe a movie is the thing for you. There are several theatres in the area that can help satisify your inner movie critic.
Not every local site is related to golf. Here are some of the secret places that Augustans show guests when they come to town.
Augusta's Hidden Treasures
- ASU maintains Arsenal's past
- Augusta Common: An uncommon spot
- Enterprise Mill will spin out history lesson
- Time takes toll on old church
- Genealogical library brims with history
- Lookaway Hall has lofty viewpoint
- Old MCG building still serves area
Augusta.com Web Guide
Still looking for more to do? Check out our local web guide for more information.
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