The Augusta CVB is your first stop when visiting or hosting a conference in Augusta, GA. They offer a free printed and downloadable city guide filled with great ideas on planning your visit.
Located inside the Augusta Museum of History, the Visitor’s Center provides brochures and pamphlets for hundreds of attractions, restaurants and more. Each Saturday morning, a Historic Trolley Tour departs from the Visitors Center.
If you’re interested in Augusta’s many historic sites, Historic Augusta, Inc. provides walking tours, travel itineraries, and a list of all historic markers in the Augusta area.
Fly there. Fly Home with Augusta Regional flights.
This online calendar, run by the city of Augusta, lists public and private events in the area. It’s your first stop for parade information, holiday celebrations, and fireworks displays.
The Augusta Riverwalk is one of Augusta’s finest attractions located on the Savannah River. Take a stroll down the shaded sidewalks that line the Savannah River and enjoy downtown Augusta.
The Augusta Sports Council is the premier location for information about outdoor athletic events such as the annual Ironman and ColorRun.
The Greater Augusta Arts Council drives the city’s cultural action. Their site provides links to festivals, art exhibits, classes and camps, galleries, museums and more.
Home to the world famous Masters Golf Tournament, Augusta welcomes millions of visitors each April. Whether you are a returning guest or a first time patron, the official Masters site provides all the need-to-know information.
For a place to stay during Master's week, contact the Masters Housing Bureau which offers corporate housing and individual units. They are the only rental agency sanctioned by the Augusta National Golf Club.