The mission of Historic Augusta, Inc. is to preserve historically or architecturally significant sites in Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia.
News and Events
Preservation for Profit Workshop
March 13, 2014, 9 am- 12:15 pm
Learn how investment in a historic building makes good financial sense. Free for Historic Augusta members and $30 for non-members. Real estate agents receive three hours of continuing education credit. Space is limited. To register, or for more information, contact Historic Augusta at (706) 724-0436 or follow this link.
Historic Augusta’s Heritage Party
March 25, 2014, 6:30-8:30 pm
In appreciation of our principal supporters, Historic Augusta asks the owners of one of the city’s beautiful historic homes to host its annual Heritage Party in March. We invite you to become a member or upgrade your membership in Historic Augusta to the donor level ($350) in order to be included in this event. Please visit the Become a Member page of Historic Augusta’s website to join or upgrade your membership. If you have any questions, please contact Historic Augusta at 706-724-0436. Follow this link for more information.
The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson
Closed for plaster repair and preservation work, February 18-March 26, 2014.
We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to seeing you in late March.
To Soothe the Soul: Concerts to Benefit Union Baptist Church
April 17, 2014 at 7:30 pm
The third concert in the series features Marilyn Adcock. Tickets available now! Follow this link for more information or call 706-724-0436.
Historic Augusta’s Cotton Ball
May 22, 2014, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Admission to the Cotton Ball is by current, new or renewing membership in Historic Augusta, Inc., which is open to all who are interested in preserving our city’s historic places. Memberships start at just $50 for individuals and $85 for couples. For more information call Historic Augusta at 706-724-0436 or follow this link.
Old First Baptist Church Address: 802 Greene Street Owner: Privately Owned History and Significance: Built in 1902 by William F. Denny, this building is a fine example of the Beaux-Arts style and features many characteristics indicative of the style including … Read more
SAVED!! Historic Augusta is pleased that the revised site plan for the new IT building will no longer include the total demolition of the Antebellum Courthouse Annex building. Only the northern additions will be removed, leaving the main building intact. … Read more
Properties for Sale
Constructed in 1933 by Scroggs and Ewing, this Art Moderne style building was named in honor of John Sheldon Davidson, who is considered the father of public education in Richmond County. The building has been vacant since 1997 when it … Read more
$59,000 This Queen Anne home was built in the 1890s by Patrick H. Rice, a leading citizen and Catholic layman who served on many committees for the betterment of the Augusta community. This is a fine example of this architectural … Read more