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Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum - The microcar, a vehicle born out of need, was a child of its time and became the symbol of a people's spirit. The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum seeks to pay tribute to the people who built and loved these wonderful vehicles, some of which achieved lasting fame, others sinking into obscurity.

Washington Little Theater - From humble beginnings in 1971, the Washington Little Theater Company has risen to be one of the south's most attractive and enduring community theaters.

Adventure Crossing - Augusta's Place to Play features the areas best selection of both indoor and outdoor play. Experience the area's largest multi-level Laser Tag arena. 4 Midway rides, 3 Go-kart tracks, 7 batting cages and two 18 hole miniature golf courses.

Massee Lane Gardens - One of the world's finest collections of camellias fills a nine-acre area at Massee Lane. The Abendroth Japanese Garden, the Scheibert Rose Garden, and beautiful plantings of daffodils, daylilies, chrysanthemums, azaleas, flowering trees, annuals and perennials add to the year-round beauty.

Durhamtown Plantation Sportsman's Resort - Enjoy over 7,000 acres of wilderness and wildlife. Hunting, fishing, golfing, swimming, and a variety of other outdoor activities.

Lucy Craft Laney Museum - Ms. Lucy Craft Laney has gone down in history as one of the state of Georgia's most influential educational leaders. Ms. Laney's contributions in the area of education are a tribute to perseverance, dedication and unwavering faith.

Museum of Aviation - Displaying 93 aircraft and hundreds of exhibits on a beautiful 43 acre site, the museum has grown into a significant exhibit, education and cultural center drawing more than 630,000 visitors a year.

Sandy Creek Nature Center - Featuring 225 acres of woodlands and wetlands, Sandy Creek Nature Center opens the door to outdoor exploration. The Center includes live reptiles & amphibians, marine and freshwater aquariums, interactive natural history exhibits, and a resource library all housed in a green-friendly building.

Georgia Museum of Natural History - A consortium consisting of 14 important natural history collections of archaeological, biological, geological, and paleontological materials. Each collection is the largest of its kind in Georgia.

Active Climbing - Come explore and have fun on spectacular boulders up to 20 feet high, with textures and forms that will blow you away, and terrain you'll find at pro comps. Georgia's number one climbing gym.

Augusta Museum of History - Collects, preserves, and interprets history in relation to the past of Augusta and Central Savannah River region for the education and enrichment of present and future generations.

Dauset Trails Nature Center - There are 1100 acres of scenic woods, fields, creeks and lakes. You can see live animals on exhibit and in the wild, hike several miles of trails, enjoy wildflower landscapes, picnic and more.

Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall Sports Museum - Relive the greatest moments in Georgia sports history, recall favorite UGA athletes, see Herschel Walker's Heisman trophy and other memorabilia, and keep abreast of current happenings in Bulldog athletics.

Museum of Arts and Sciences - The Museum features three floors of interactive exhibits exploring art, science and humanities. Its adjacent Back Yard contains forest, aquatic and desert habitats for the Museum's live collections. The Mark Smith Planetarium presents five new shows annually as well as a program on the current night sky which is updated weekly.

Tubman African-American Museum - Named for Harriet Tubman, the "Black Moses" who led hundreds of slaves to freedom, the Tubman Museum has grown over the years to become the largest institution of its type in the state and a key educational and cultural resource for the entire southeast region.

Georgia Museum of Art - American painting is the focus of the Georgia Museum of Art's collection. The collection is especially strong in early 20th-century paintings with important works by, among others, Impressionists, Ashcan School artists and early Modernists.

Splash in the Boro - Water Slides, Lazy River, Play Pool, and Leisure Pool. These are just some of the fun things going on at Splash in the Boro.