Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau

CVB
Hotels65
Convention Center9,290 sq. m
Guest Rooms7,000
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel372 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues25
Average Room Rate$82.00
Restaurants300
Daily Food Cost$51.00
Occupancy Rate51.5%
Tax Rate

Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau

CVB

Why Choose Our Destination?

Augusta is ready to host your meeting, event and reunion. Whether your group is large or small, we have space to accommodate your every need and sized to let you stay within budget. At the Augusta Convention Center, there is more than 100,000 square feet of meeting space including an exhibit hall. The convention center is ideally located along the Savannah River in downtown Augusta within walking distance of restaurants and retailers. To complement the Augusta Convention Center, Augusta also offers boutique and brand name hotels with ample space for your event. If you are looking for a unique space - no problem. Augusta also offers unique meeting facilities such as museums, historic homes and even an outdoor classroom at a swamp. Please download our meeting facilities guide to help you get started. After you have taken a look, give us a call. We would like to invite you to be our guest, so we can show you how great Augusta is first hand.

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Distance from Airport

  • Augusta Regional Airport

    17.7 km from City Center

  • Augusta Regional Airport

    17.7 km from City Center

  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

    247.84 km from City Center

Nearby


Local Attractions

Artists Row

Shopping
Galleries, working art studios, specialty shops, tantalizing eateries and coffee houses flourish in this growing jewel along the Savannah River. Artists Row offers everything from original works by internationally renowned artists, to local fine art, pottery, hand crafted glass work, sculpture, unique regional crafts, photography, jewelry, and specialty gifts. With affordable prices and quality products, Artists Row is the perfect place to find art and one of a kind items.
1028 Broad Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Augusta Visitor Center

Shopping
Let one of our friendly staff members assist you with your visit to Augusta. Brochures and pamphlets available for hundreds of attractions, restaurants and more. Each Saturday morning, a Historic Trolley Tour departs from the Visitors Center. Call the Visitors Center to reserve your seat today!
560 Reynolds Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

Museum
Description: Enjoy the Augusta Canal on foot, by bicycle, canoe or kayak. Fish from the banks, watch for wildlife or relax on a guided tour aboard a replica canal cargo boat. December to February: Daily Boat Tours (Tuesday - Saturday) at 11:30 a.m. / 1:30 p.m. / 3 p.m. March to May: Daily Boat Tours (Monday - Saturday) at 10 a.m. / 11:30 a.m. / 1:30 p.m. / 3 p.m. June to August: Daily Boat Tours (Monday - Saturday) at 9 a.m. / 10:15 a.m. / 11:30 a.m. / 1:30 p.m. September to November Daily Boat Tours (Monday - Saturday) at 10 a.m. / 11:30 a.m. / 1:30 p.m. / 3 p.m.
1450 Greene Street, Suite 400
Augusta, GA 30901

Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson

Historical Landmark
United States President Woodrow Wilson lived here from 1860-1870, the longest period spent in one residence, while his father served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Tours on the hour, Groups of 10 or more please call ahead.
419 Seventh Street
Augusta, GA, US 30901

Augusta Museum of History

Museum
Visit the region's home for history. Featured are a number of permanent exhibitions, including the award-winning Augusta's Story - a 12,000-year journey through local history; a restored 1917 steam locomotive, special exhibits: The Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown, Celebrating a Grand Tradition, the Sport of Golf and six life-size statues of golf's greatest players and much, much more. Hours: Thursday - Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 1pm - 5pm Admission Fee/Ticket Price: $2-4
560 Reynolds Street

Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

Historical Landmark
Listed on the National Register, the grand is considered one of the finest examples of Federal architecture. The Institute remains the only non-profit contemporary gallery and visual arts school in the region, offering a rich calendar of nearly 30 exhibitions by regional and national artists. Today the structure's architectural features shine much as they did in the 1800s, displaying the artisan-ship of a bygone era in contrast to contemporary artwork.
506 Telfair Street
Augusta, GA, US 30901

Augusta Riverwalk

Park
The Augusta Riverwalk features a children’s playground and various gardens. Two museums are located off the walkway along with the Jessye Norman Amphitheater and several restaurants. Great for families out for some fresh air along the Savannah River.
4 8th Street
Augusta, GA 30901

Historic Trolley Tour of Augusta

Recreation
You'll tour the Augusta Museum of History and explore Augusta's journey through time. You'll see fascinating exhibits such as Celebrating a Grand Tradition, the Sport of Golf, an exhibit dedicated to the Godfather of Soul, Mr. James Brown and much more including climbing on board a real train! Then board the Lady Libby trolley and explore Augusta's Historic Downtown. You will see historic homes, hear about the bones in the basement of the Medical College of Georgia, see where a President lived as a boy, get a glimpse of the Augusta Canal, and hear the legend of the famous Haunted Pillar! And that's not all! Price includes admission to the Augusta Museum of History. 24 hour advance reservations are required. Admission Fee/Ticket Price: $12
560 Reynolds Street
Augusta, GA 30901