There’s a wide range of attractions in Augusta for your enjoyment!

The city has a thriving nightlife, with First Thursday in downtown offering an array of music opportunities. The Country Club Dance Hall and Saloon sits on Washington Road and features nightly shows with names you may already know and love.

Rock Fore! Dough is a community staple at the Lady Antebellum Pavilion in Columbia County, and takes place early in Masters Week. The concerts typically feature big names such as Darius Rucker and Charles Kelley, and raise money for the First Tee of Augusta.

There are many ways to relax, and we have plenty of ideas on how you can best unwind!

Augusta boasts many salon and spa opportunities to enjoy. From facials to massages and more, they offer a huge array of choices! We recommend Tuscany Classic Spa, ??????????????? and are happy to make a reservation for you or a group.

Check schedules and catch a movie at the River Watch Luxury Cinemas, which boast a bar, premium seating, and the ability to RSVP which seat you want.

In addition to an extensive golf culture, our city also boasts a large disc golf scene. With multiple courses from the Hippodrome to The Players Course at Lake Olmstead stadium – site of the 2006 PDGA World Championship Finals. Many courses are free to play, with others requiring a small fee. Great for any skill levels!

If you prefer the outdoors, we suggest going for a walk at the Savannah Rapids Pavilion, which boasts miles of walking trails along the river and canal. Downtown also features a lovely Riverwalk between the 5th and 13th Street bridges.

If shopping is on your to-do list, there a bevy of opportunities. Downtown Augusta and downtown Aiken, SC offer many local businesses and offerings you simply won’t find anywhere else, and each city boasts free parking and range of goods and services.

If history is something that strikes your fancy, Augusta has a rich military history intertwined throughout the city, from the Arsenal walls at Augusta University to the Confederate Powder Works along Broad Street.