Augusta Museum of History

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Augusta Museum of History is listed in the Museums category in Augusta, Georgia. Displayed below are the social networks for Augusta Museum of History which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Augusta Museum of History on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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560 Reynolds St
Augusta, GA 30901
(706) 722-8454
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Do you want to be the first to try our new escape room, Red Scare? If so, we still have some tickets available... fb.me/8pd3eNRe9

Do you want to be the first to try our new escape room, Red Scare? If so, we still have some tickets available for our kickoff tomorrow!
Shocking facts have been revealed about a prominent member of the Augusta community. Margaret Bourke-White, the wife of noted Augusta-area novelist, Erskine Caldwell, has mysteriously returned to the Augusta region. She is under suspicion by the House Un-American Activities Committee for being a com...


So proud of our Education Manager Amy Schaffman for her presentation at MuseumNext in Melbourne, Australia. She... fb.me/3CFkBeQmB

So proud of our Education Manager Amy Schaffman for her presentation at MuseumNext in Melbourne, Australia. She spoke before an international crowd of museum professionals about the AMH's innovative Museum Escape program. Congrats Amy! Photo credit: Honor Harger (Thanks Honor!)


RT @honorharger: Really fascinating stuff from @MuseumedAmy about how they developed their first Escape Room at @augustamuseum #MuseumNext…


RT @nicolekearney: The clues in @augustamuseum's #EscapeRoom were a catalyst for people discovering their exhibits & collections. @Museumed…


RT @nicolekearney: #Millennials want experiences, not products. We must fill our museums with experiencial programming. @MuseumedAmy @augus…

Augusta Museum of History added an event.
The Augusta Museum of History is delighted to offer the second in a series of talks on getting to know the special characteristics of many of the River Region's communities. The third in the Brown Bag History Series, will be "Aiken," a talk given by Brenda Baratto, Executive Director of the Aiken County Historical Museum, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. The Brown Bag History Series is an educational lecture series provided monthly by the Augusta Museum of History. It is an ideal lunch-time break for downtown professionals, retirees, and students. The lectures are free to Museum members and $3 for non-members. Participants should bring a lunch and the Museum will only be providing beverages. Lunch can begin as early as 11:30 a.m.; the lecture runs from 12:30 - 1:00 p.m.

Augusta Museum of History added an event.
"WWI History Detective" - Primary Source Program and Tour will be conducted by the Museum's education manager, Amy Schaffman. This program will introduce children and adults to the Museum of History's vast collections concerning World War I; this will include using reproductions and providing tours lead by Mr. Sutherland of the Museum's permanent exhibition galleries focusing on Augusta's military ties. "World War I and America" marks the 100th anniversary of American entry into World War I in 2017. It is a two-year initiative that explores the continuing relevance of the war by reading, discussing, and sharing insights into the writings of Americans who experienced it firsthand. The project aims to bring members of the veteran community, in particular, together with the general public in libraries and museums around the country to explore the transformative impact of the First World War. Providing scholar-moderated opportunities for those who served in more recent conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan to bring their experiences to bear on historical events and texts, the project will illuminate for a wide audience the lasting legacies of World War I, and the similarities and differences between past and present. The program is part of the World War I and America, a two-year national initiative of The Library of America presented in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, and other organizations, with generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.