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Augusta, GA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 69
Total Sleeping Rooms 5,477
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 372
Committable Meeting Rooms* 15
Convention Center Space 70,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 12,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $91
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $275
*Maximum for a single hotel

Augusta, GA Things to Do and Attractions

Augusta Museum of History

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Founded in 1937, the Augusta Museum of History works to collect, preserve and interpret history in relation to Augusta and its surrounding area. Permanent exhibitions examine area medical history, transportation and low enforcement, while its

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Morris Museum of Art

The first museum dedicated to the art and artists of the American South, Augusta's Morris Museum of Art overlooks the water from its RiverWalk location and houses a collection of nearly 5,000 paintings, works on paper, photographs and sculptures. The

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Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta

Operated by the Augusta Visitor Center, the Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta takes passengers through the historic downtown district, past homes and the Augusta Canal, all while sharing local folklore and stories. Offered each Saturday from June

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Imperial Theatre

Nestled in Augusta's downtown business district, the historic Imperial Theatre is home to the Augusta Ballet, Augusta Opera and Augusta Players. Opened at the Wells in 1918, today the Imperial Theatre is known for its movies, concerts and theater

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Augusta Entertainment Complex

Situated in the heart of downtown Augusta, the Augusta Entertainment Complex spans the 31,000-square-foot James Brown Arena and 10,000-square-foot Bell Auditorium. Hosting concerts, sporting events and private events, the arena spans a

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Le Chat Noir Theatre & Cocktail Lounge

Known for its off-beat theater productions, concerts, improv comedy, movies and events, Le Chat Noir Theatre & Cocktail Lounge is an intimate, 80-seat black box theater and lounge. The downtown venue is available for private rentals and events.

Artists Row

Augusta's Artists Row is a thriving downtown artist community of galleries, shops, working studios, specialty shops, eateries and coffeehouses from 7th Street to 12th Street. Artists Row showcases a variety of international and local art, including

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Boll Weevil Cafe & Sweetery

Situated just steps from the Augusta RiverWalk, the cozy, eclectic Boll Weevil Cafe & Sweetery serves more than 30 homemade desserts, Southern favorites and a selection of wines. Housed in an 1870s cotton warehouse with old hand hewn beams, the

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Nacho Mama's

Nacho Mama's serves traditional Mexican fare in a casual atmosphere with soaring ceilings and an open industrial feel. The Broad Street eatery serves a variety of nachos, salads, quesadillas, burritos and pasta, including red chili shrimp tacos,

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Frog Hollow Tavern

Practicing a farm to table approach and offering more than 100 value-driven wines, with a focus on sustainable, organic and biodynamic varietals, Frog Hollow Tavern is an affordable yet stylish dining and social club. Guests sip on cocktails made

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The Bee's Knees

The Bee's Knees is a comfortably casual tapas restaurant and lounge outfitted with exposed brick, vibrant artwork and honey woods. The restaurant takes a global approach to its tapas and entrees, infusing Thai, Spanish, Cajun, Mediterranean, Japanese

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Phinizy Swamp Nature Park

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Visitors to the 1,100-acre Phinizy Swamp Nature Park can explore swamp, wetlands and wildlife throughout its series of trails, boardwalks and observatory decks. Situated 10 minutes from downtown Augusta, the park's trails include the 1.1-mile River

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Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

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Showcasing the nation's only industrial power canal still in use for its original person, the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area examines the past and present role of the 1845-built Augusta Canal. Constructed to harness the power of the Savannah

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Augusta RiverWalk

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Unveiled in 1998, Augusta RiverWalk is a two-tiered park with three blocks of brick walking paths that run along the Savannah River and end at the Morris Museum of Art. Visitors and residents alike frequent the shaded walkways for spectacular river

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