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Meadow Garden, Augusta

4.8
#4 of 8 in Historic Sites in Augusta
Garden · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Meadow Garden is a historic house museum at 1320 Independence Drive in Augusta, Georgia. It was a home of George Walton (1749–1804), one of Georgia's three signers of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, and later a governor of Georgia and a United States Senator. Meadow Garden was saved and established as a museum by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1901. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1981.

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  • We had a wonderful experience. The very knowledgeable docents brought history alive. I highly recommend this tour for anyone interested in American History.  more »
  • My husband and I took our grandsons, ages 7 and 10, to tour Meadow Garden. The tour guide did an excellent job relating to our our group plus two other ladies. She even plans to use a joke the boys....  more »
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  • Stephanie was amazing. She was extremely pleasant and informative. In our party we had ages ranging from 11 to 55 and it was equally interesting for all of us. We did learn a lot. It is a wonderful opportunity to have this dwelling in our own back yard. Definitely recommend to all locals!
  • Small and easy to access. Good for a short trip for those who like historical sites, especially with kids.

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