Augusta, GA

Welcome to Augusta, Georgia, the Garden City of the South, home of the globally-recognized Masters Tournament, birthplace of Soul Icon James Brown, and home of the US Army's Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon. Founded in 1736 by General James Oglethorpe (a statue of whom graces Augusta Common), Augusta's streets have been trod by Native Americans, British and Colonial Soldiers, Presidents of the United States, heroes and villains, entertainers, scholars, sportsmen, and everyday people who have carved, formed, and shaped a small trading outpost into Georgia's second-largest city.

In Augusta, history meets high-tech, sports meets with southern hospitality, industry meets with a growing technically-savvy workforce, and a love of the outdoors and recreation meets with a resurgent urban landscape. Come visit and experience Augusta!

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Updated: 21st May, 2019 8:59 PM.