Founded in 1985 by publishing magnate William S. Morris III in memory of parents, the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Georgia opened in September 1992. It was the first museum in the country devoted to art and artists of American South. It features over 5,000 works in the permanent collection including paintings, sculptures, photos, drawings, and prints from artists with ties … [Read more...] about Visiting the Morris Museum of Art
The city set on the Savannah River is known mainly for being the hometown of James Brown and ground zero for the Masters golf tournament every spring, but there's much more to Augusta than meets the eye. Established in 1735, it's one of Georgia's older cities and was even the capital for a time. Today it has a thriving medical community, home to one of the state's top teaching … [Read more...] about Weekend Guide to Augusta
Augusta, Georgia is known for its history, as the home to the Masters golf tournament, the boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson and soul legend James Brown, but is much more. It has great restaurants, hotels and activities like the Augusta Canal and Riverwalk. I visited for a few days on a trip around Georgia and I'm excited to be returning in a few weeks for their … [Read more...] about Enter to Win a Weekend in Augusta, Georgia!
Southern Stays is a series in which we will review a property, whether it be a hostel, hotel or other form of accommodation. To suggest a property please leave a comment or email us. The Partridge Inn is one of Augusta's best and oldest hotels, which has a classic inn setup while including updates with modern amenities. Known as the "Grand Hotel of the Classic South," … [Read more...] about Southern Stays: The Partridge Inn
Not every history museum is boring. In fact, the Augusta Museum of History in Augusta, Georgia has one of the largest collections in the Central Savannah River Area. It was founded in 1937 by some forward-thinking locals and has since curated an exhibit of the community's history. And there is so much more on display that visitors never get to see, brought in by people every … [Read more...] about Visiting the Augusta Museum of History