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Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary

The National Park Service’s Heritage Education Services; Historic Augusta, Inc.; and the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area in partnership with the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources proudly invite you to explore Augusta.  This Discover our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary highlights 39 historic places listed in the National Register of Historic Places that bring Augusta’s history to life.

The Augusta travel itinerary offers several ways to discover the city’s historic places:

• Descriptions of each featured historic place on the List of Sites highlight their significance and include color photographs and information on how to visit.

• Essays with background on important themes in the city’s development offer context for understanding historic places featured in the itinerary. Visitors can read about the History of Augusta, African Americans in Augusta, Historic Preservation in Augusta, and Religion in Augusta.

• A map to help plan a visit.

• A Learn More section provides links to such information as cultural events and activities, other things to see and do, and dining and lodging possibilities. This section also includes a bibliography.

View the itinerary online or print it as a guide if you plan to visit in person. The Augusta itinerary, the 45th in this ongoing series, is part of the Department of the Interior’s strategy to promote public awareness of history and encourage visits to historic places throughout the nation.  The itineraries are created by a partnership of the National Park Service; the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; and federal, state, and local governments and private organizations in communities, regions, and heritage areas throughout the United States.  The itineraries help people everywhere learn about and plan trips to visit the amazing diversity of this country’s historic places that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The National Park Service and its partners hope you enjoy this itinerary and others in the series.  If you have any comments or questions, please just click “comments or questions” at the bottom of each page.