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Bowmanator22 wrote a review Feb 2021
Charlotte, North Carolina4,346 contributions460 helpful votes
This place is wonderful for a first stop if you’re looking for souvenirs and local knowledge. They also have clean restrooms. Right in the heart of downtown with free parking nearby. A must for first time visitors like myself!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Mary S wrote a review Mar 2020
Augusta11 contributions
Be sure to make a visit to Augusta and Co. To get information on interesting places to visit in this historic city and to get locally made gifts for yourself and your family and friends.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Naomie wrote a review Mar 2020
Augusta, Georgia10 contributions
This visitors center is such a treat. They are THE place to go to for all things Augusta. The staff is knowledgeable, friendly, and they clearly love the city. If you ever need to know what's going on during a particular weekend, just give them a call or stop by. There's always something to do. The building itself is also beautiful. Go visit Augusta & Co!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Daniel wrote a review Mar 2020
Augusta, Georgia12 contributions
This is a perfect one stop shop to learn about the city of Augusta. It's great for locals and visitors alike. The people and environment are incredibly welcoming, creating a wonderful atmosphere.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Lynn C wrote a review Dec 2019
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Super friendly staff and very knowledgeable. So many free resources including a nice magazine and brochures about the area. This is also an excellent place to pick up tee shirts and other souvenirs and local art. The tees are super soft. You really need to make this one of your first stops when you hit town. They’ll help you get your bearings. The CSRA is s great place to visit, and unless you are moving here, you will need to choose wisely.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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