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Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

Recommandé par 9 habitants

Conseils des habitants

April
April
July 2, 2019
Located near the Enterprise Mill - small museum and gift shop
Debbie And Mark
Debbie And Mark
March 29, 2019
A hands-on museum of the history of the cotton mills in the Augusta area, with a free tour down the canal in an electric powered Petersburg boat. The boat captain regals travelers with stories and history of the canal.
Jennifer
Jennifer
March 7, 2018
History & Nature Civil War Tour: daily @ 1:30pm Canal Boat Tours available : daily and also available- special Friday Music cruises, and Sunset cruises. Bike and walking trails, & kayaking on the canal.
Jon
Jon
April 2, 2017
Visitor center for the Augusta Canal. Great place for the family.
Nathan
Nathan
March 8, 2017
The Augusta Canal, built in 1845, is the only intact industrial canal in the American South in continuous use.

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1450 Greene Street
Augusta, Georgia 30901
Téléphone+1 706-823-0440