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Ezekiel Harris House

1822 Broad St, Augusta, GA
+1 706-724-0436
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Great visit!

The best part of this visit was the tour guide person (woman) who talked to us.... telling us... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2016
LMF1965
,
Charlotte, North Carolina
When is this place open?

According to the reviews on tripadvisor, it is only open on Saturdays. So I went on a Saturday... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2015
melsmarsh
,
Augusta, Georgia
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  • Excellent37%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor27%
  • Terrible0%
25 Jul 2016
“Great visit!”
28 Feb 2015
“When is this place open?”
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1822 Broad St, Augusta, GA
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+1 706-724-0436
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Reviewed 25 July 2016

The best part of this visit was the tour guide person (woman) who talked to us.... telling us stories of not only the house but Augusta.... best story was about the lady of the house who is believed to haunt the house.... a must hear...More

Thank LMF1965
Reviewed 28 February 2015

According to the reviews on tripadvisor, it is only open on Saturdays. So I went on a Saturday, CLOSED. I guess no one wants us to visit!

Thank melsmarsh
Reviewed 19 February 2015

I have been to this house many times and always learn something new about life in the 1700s. Sometimes there are colonial period reanactors in the yard demonstrating cooking, candlemaking, etc. I go home feeling blessed I have indoor plumbing, A/C, and a diswasher. This...More

Thank Nancy D
Reviewed 13 October 2013

If you are from Area it's just a great place to take Guest to visit. And Augusta is also the Home of The Master's Golf Tournament. And Great Shopping there as well and you are within 3 hrs of any SC Beach and Ga Beaches...More

Thank Pitviper81
Reviewed 12 January 2013

Only open on Saturdays. Great to see a building built in 1797 but Ezekiel Harris was not a famous person of the time nor did he do anything amazing that they know about other then he served in the militia.

1  Thank TeenaDF
Reviewed 11 April 2012

I love historic homes, but every time we tried to visit it was closed (including normal business hours). We could never seem to get there when someone was in office.

1  Thank ArmyNomad
Reviewed 9 March 2012

Great piece of history right in town. Locals need to visit this little gem!

1  Thank SizzleMay
Reviewed 20 February 2012

More interpretive material would be nice. The building itself is the main attraction.

1  Thank VisitMauii
Reviewed 31 January 2012

What a great tour! We had never heard of Ezekial Harris before we took the house tour. The guide not only was informative about the house, he also took time to tell us about some little known historical places in Augusta that we would never...More

1  Thank Jenn54
Reviewed 22 October 2006

The Ezekiel Harris House faces Broad Street but is easily accessible from the Eve Street/Crawford Avenue exit on the Calhoun Expressway (which becomes Washington Road as you drive north toward I-20). Ample parking is provided in a free lot adjacent to the house. The entrance...More

9  Thank WellINever
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