Broad Street is the city's must-see art location. Called "Artists' Row," the area is home to the Morris Museum of Art and the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. While exploring the area, you might want to stop at the historic Imperial Theatre to maybe catch a performance by the Augusta Ballet. If you are vacationing with little ones, why not take a family boat cruise down the Augusta Canal?
Augusta vacations are fun for the whole family, but the historic town has a reputation for being a romantic getaway. Called the "Garden City" by the locals, the city's flowers are always in bloom. You can book one of many romantic all-inclusive vacations to Augusta at affordable prices. The bundles are usually very affordable and feature numerous deals.
Events and Festivals
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival occurs every September and features live performances, crafts, and food vendors. The Augusta Beer Fest occurs in August and gives visitors the opportunity to sample over 100 specialty craft brews.
If you want to explore everything that the area has to offer, you should consider an Augusta car rental. With an auto at your disposal, you won't miss out on any of the region's tourist sites.
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Accommodation in Augusta
Travelocity's Augusta hotels guide lists 103 accommodations, available to book at your leisure.
The Sleep Inn & Suites, at 921 Edgefield Rd, or the Best Western Augusta West, at 452 Park West Dr, are teeming with opulence and style. Or, perhaps the Ramada Augusta Downtown Hotel and Conference Center or the Staybridge Suites Augusta may be more suitable if you're traveling on a tight budget.