- TripBuzz found 49 things to do with kids in or near Augusta, Georgia, including 27 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Aiken, Evans and North Augusta.
- From Brunswick National Lanes to James Brown Arena, the Augusta area offers 26 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Specialty Museums and Historic Sites.
- Augusta marks the entry of the Georgia Piedmont area and is located halfway up the Savannah River between its source and the Atlantic Ocean. The strategic position of the site made the area highly valuable from the beginnings of the Georgia colony, helping to preserve a long span of history in the city. A wide range of live entertainment and musical festivals are held annually in this cultural center.
Augusta Museum of History houses a wide array of historic artifacts ranging from a 1920's trolley car and other vintage locomotives to other extensive exhibits about the history of healthcare, railroad and banking in Augusta.
Masters 7 Cinemas lets people catch up on movies they've missed by playing movies a month after they've been released. Their tickets are discounted at $2.50 each and their concession stand sells popcorn, candy, and nachos.
A fenced canine recreation facility, Pendleton King Bark Park features separate wood chip fields for small and large dogs. The park provides drinking water, benches, an agility course and large trees for shade.
A movie theater with IMAX, Regal Augusta Exchange Stadium 20 & IMAX displays first-run movies using digital projection and RealD 3D. It offers stadium seating, reserved seats, self-service and mobile ticketing, a game room and a snack bar.
Coon Fork Lake County Park is a public park with the 62 acre, 20 foot deep Coon Fork Lake. The park provides its visitors opportunities to go camping and boating, as well as take advantage of numerous hiking trails and picnic shelters.
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The Augusta Canal Interpretive Center at Enterprise Mill is an interactive historic museum with a wide number of exhibits about the canal's construction, operation, hydroelectricity combined with displays explaining the history of the nearby mills and the mill workers.