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1 Belgarde Lakes Golf Club
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Rank: 1 About 8

The architect of the Belgarde Lakes Golf Club is Clive Clark. The golf has been named United States’ one of the best 100 public Golf courses. A must visit place if visitors intend to visit Augusta during autumn. The golf is bestowed with...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Belgrade Lakes
Type: Nature and sport


2 Augusta Civic Center
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Rank: 2 About 8

The Augusta Civic Center is operated by City of Augusta and is mainly and exhibiting and convention center. To promote the city’s image as a quality destination and increase trade the center has been planned to hold any function. It...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 76 Community Drive Augusta
Type: Museums


3 Childrens Discovery Museum
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Rank: 3 About 8

In this Museum children can have a multi-sensorial experience, thanks to the several rooms on purpose designed. It aims to improve the consciousness and the environmental...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 265 Water St
Type: Museums


4 Old Fort Western
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Rank: 4 About 8

A National Historic Landmark, the Old Fort was built in 1754 and one of America’s oldest wooden forts. It reminds of the 250 years old past and the culture that were present in New England.  A Boston Based company,...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 16 Cony Street
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


5 Samantha Smith
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Rank: 5 About 8

Samantha Smith is famous in Maine for her letter to the Yuri Andropov, a soviet leader, in 1982. She was “Goodwill Ambassador” to US and Soviet and died on August 25, 1985. The Maine State Museum in Augusta, in the...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 83 State House Station
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


6 Capitol Park
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Rank: 6 About 8

Situated in a 20 acres area, this really well maintained park, during the Civil War was one of the most important camp site. Nowadays is used by local people for relaxing...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: capitol street
Type: Parks and gardens


7 Pine Tree State Arboretum
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Rank: 7 About 8

The Pine Tree Garden, is full of trails where visitors can enjoy their days making exercises or simply relaxing in a very quiet area. It aims by organizing free...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 153 Hospital Street
Type: Parks and gardens


8 Maine State Museum
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Rank: 8 About 8

The museum aims to give an overview about Maine Region to the visitors, showing them the development of this Area.Mainly is an anthropological museum, where educational tours are arranged by volunteers.

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: 230 State Street
Type: Museums

Attractions close to Augusta


Lisbon Historical Society Museum - 24.9 mi
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 The Lisbon Historical Society Museum is the major crowd puller of the city. The museum has put on display the ancient old history of the Lisbon Falls city. The museum is not only famous for its artifacts put on display, but it...

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Address: Lisbon Falls , United States
Distance: 40.1
City: Lisbon Falls

Type: Museums + Share


The Victoria Mansion - 24.9 mi
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The Victoria Mansion is situated on a mountain in Lisbon Falls since the 16th century and still has most of its portions undamaged till date. The Victoria Mansion is the major Crowd attraction of the Lisbon Falls city. Hundreds of...

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Address: Lisbon Falls - United States
Distance: 40.1
City: Lisbon Falls

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share


Ski Museum of Maine - 31.5 mi
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Ski Museum of Maine has been dedicated to preservation and presentation of heritage and history pertaining to skiing. It has also emphasized on documents and artifacts with respect to state of ‘Maine’. Collection is inclusive of...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 109, Church Street, P O Box 567, Farmington, Maine
Distance: 50.7
City: Farmington

Type: Museums + Share


Nordica Homestead Museum - 32.4 mi
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Nordica Homestead Museum lies in birthplace of Lillian Nordica, the ‘opera singer’. One would find a wide spectrum of personal effects on her part, inclusive of original furnishings, jewelry, and clothing. One can categorize this...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: 116, Nordica Lane, Farmington, Maine
Distance: 52.1
City: Farmington

Type: Museums + Share

Neighbouring places: Augusta


Gardiner - 5.6 mi

Located on the Kennebec County, Gardiner is a city in the Maine district of United States. The city is situated at the top of the navigation on the banks of the Kennebec. The city is well-known for its culture and age-old...

Distance: 9
City: Gardiner

Winthrop - 9.8 mi

Winthrop can be described as a town located in county of Kennebec, Maine, US. It’s inclusive of East Winthrop and Winthrop village.As per US Census Bureau, area of Winthrop on the whole comes out to be 98.3 sq. Km; out of...

Distance: 15.7
City: Winthrop

Wiscasset - 21.5 mi

Wiscasset town is the county seat of Lincoln County, in Maine. Samuel de Champlain landed here in 1605 and had exchanged gifts with the Indians. Wiscasset town was first settled in 1663. The population of...

Distance: 34.6
City: Wiscasset

Damariscotta - 23.2 mi

Damariscotta town is situated in Lincoln County in Maine. This town is a famous tourist area and along with Newcastle, is linked by the Main Street Bridge over the Damariscotta River forming the Twin Villages....

Distance: 37.3
City: Damariscotta

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