Augusta's Historic Districts
Augusta’s architecture is diverse, and includes interesting gems such as this store on D’Antignac Street in the Laney-Walker Historic District.
Railroads played a vitally important role in Augusta’s 19th and 20th Century commerce and industry. This depot on Reynolds Street served the South Carolina Railroad Company.
Explore The Historic Districts in Augusta
Riverwalk and Downtown
The Broad Street Historic District is the focus of the Main Street Augusta project, a joint venture of Augusta-Richmond County and Historic Augusta, Inc.
Olde Town, or “Pinched Gut,” is Augusta’s in-town residential neighborhood with examples of most prevailing 19th century architectural styles.
Laney-Walker and Bethlehem
The Laney-Walker Historic District is filled with architectural treasures associated with Augusta’s various ethnic and minority communities.
The Summerville neighborhood boasts some of Augusta’s most picturesque houses and landscape features, including “Montrose” (c1849), also known as the Alan Fuqua Center.
Harrisburg – West End and Woodlawn
The Ezekiel Harris House, Circa 1797, is a reminder of the days when tobacco was the primary cash crop in Georgia.