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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
All reviews office building permanent collection second floor nice collection on display gift shop civil war wide variety the river walk beautiful building savannah river sunday portraits exhibits riverwalk estrada classes
The building is elegant and the location on the river walk is perfect. The staff members were welcoming and friendly, especially the ladies in the remarkable gift shop - and the collection of art was both impressive and memorable.
Not to be missed!
My wife and I stopped in here on the first weekend of the month when it is free to Bank of America cardholders. Not very expensive any other time but we were staying next door for a Bridge Tournament and had a free morning. Really...More
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.
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
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
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/
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