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Great Southern Art and Artists

A very nice place to view art about and by the southern artist. There are many types of art, styles... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tucker, Georgia
Worth a vist

Take some time to visit this hidden gem in Augusta. The quality of the various exhibits is world... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Aiken, South Carolina
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Located on the Riverwalk in downtown Augusta, the Morris is the oldest museum in the country dedicated to the art and artists of the American South. Its permanent collection includes nearly 5,000 works of art, dating from the late-eighteenth century...more
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1 10th St, Augusta, GA 30901-0100
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A very nice place to view art about and by the southern artist. There are many types of art, styles of art and artists. Art is grouped in small areas with a common title for the grouping. Extremely low price to get in as well.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Most of the art is conventional. I recognized some artists from my time in Knoxville. The art was contemporary. It is not a large museum but just a nice place to visit.

Thank Maypo20
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Take some time to visit this hidden gem in Augusta. The quality of the various exhibits is world class and there is something for everyone--contemporary, portraits, historical portraits. Every Sunday there is a free concert at 2PM. Check with the museum to see who is...More

Thank boogieboybaxter
Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

I've lived in the Augusta area for about 2 years now and am ashamed to say that I had no idea that this wonderful museum of art existed in our city. If it wasn't for friends who were visiting from Bulgaria (who both are artists...More

1  Thank terri452
Reviewed June 26, 2018

First museum dedicated to southern art; located in office building, there were no sculptures outside to promote the museum; there was small sign with name, but nothing to indicate a quality art museum. Hidden treasure/

1  Thank Bill P
Reviewed June 7, 2018 via mobile

We were here for the Alan Shuptrine exhibit, which was simply brilliant. We were wholly absorbed in the textures and depth he achieves using watercolor. I think your experience will vary depending upon the rotating exhibits here. You can easily breeze in and out in...More

1  Thank mdiv2001
Reviewed May 23, 2018 via mobile

I love art museums so I have been to many. I had low expectations for this one, but it was better than I expected. The art was varied and tastefully displayed. I especially loved the contemporary art from Brian Rutenberg and the seascapes from Stephen...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed May 13, 2018

I really enjoyed the collection. I was a bit surprised that the museum was only one floor as it is in a large multi-story building. The organization/flow of the museum made touring it very enjoyable. If you're stressed, visit while the Stephen Estrada exhibit is...More

Thank TC1Camper
Reviewed March 29, 2018 via mobile

This museum is packed with art the reflects the culture of the area. It is very impressive and very affordable. If you are going to be in Augusta, it is a must see. Both the permanent collection and special exhibits were excellent. The staff was...More

1  Thank Mary K
Reviewed December 2, 2017

The museum is on the second floor of a tall building across from a hotel along the River Walk. We came up the stairs from the first floor but the main entrance is along the River Walk. It is a small art museum but it...More

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Geraldine D
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Response from Juan L | Reviewed this property |
Regina is correct. I went to the Museum on a Sunday, and so it was free. I don't know what the regular rate is.