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The Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home, a National Historic Landmark, is located at 419 7th St. within the boundaries of the Augusta Downtown Historic District. The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson serves as a house museum depicting the life of the...more
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We toured this museum and it was simply wonderful! Our entire group was enthralled with the beautifully restored house and the info the guides gave us was extremely interesting. The entire tour lasts about an hour but it is well worth your time!
$5 dollars for the tour so it is a great value. My wife is a lover of history so this was great for her. It was nice seeing the home and educational. The tour takes 45 minutes so you end up moving without really being...More
It was interesting to see what it was like for Woodrow Wilson when he was a boy and how seeing the prisoners of war in the churchyard where his father officiated helped form his attitudes in later years. These attitudes carried over to his presidency.
We had an excellent private tour of this residence with a group of folks. There is a 2nd house next door that housed a supreme court justice, so we got a two-for-one. So nice to see Augusta keeping up this historical home. Hope they can...More
We knew very little about this president so it was good to learn more. Very smart man, well educated, and many other reasons to visit this home. It is always good to learn and everyone was pleased with our visit. Well worth the 4 dollars.
We took a Candlelight Christmas tour of the Woodrow Wilson boyhood home. For over 100 years this home served as the manse for adjacent First Pres which his father pastored in the mid 1800's. Tonight the house was decorated in the 1917 (WWI) time period....More