Tour grand historic homes and sites in Augusta.
April 16-18, 2021

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DID YOU REGISTER FOR THE 2020 SPRING RAMBLE?

The 2020 Spring Ramble in Augusta has been postponed to April 16-18, 2021.

If you registered for the 2020 Spring Ramble, you will be given an option to do one of the following:

  • Carry forward your Ramble registration until Spring 2021
  • Receive a refund
  • Or give your registration as a tax-deductible donation to the Trust

Your Ramble registration will automatically be transferred to the 2021 Spring Ramble on April 16-18, unless we hear from you. Please let us know if you would like to receive a refund or use your registration as a tax-deductible donation by contacting Brittany Darlington at bdarlington@georgiatrust.org.

The Georgia Trust would like to express its appreciation to Historic Augusta, Inc. and to our local chairs, Paula and Larry Knox, and the local planning committee, for their hard work in planning this Ramble and for their wisdom and cooperation in arranging for the Ramble to be rescheduled for 2021.

We greatly appreciate your understanding and thank you for your continued support during this time.

Discover the rich history and architecture of Georgia’s second oldest city.

Join us this spring for the highly anticipated return to Augusta. Enjoy a rare opportunity to step inside some of the city’s most historic homes and sites.

Home to the one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world, Augusta represents the epitome of Southern elegance and boasts exquisite mansions, sprawling estates, and extensive gardens.

Enjoy a weekend of touring beautifully maintained homes, dining at historic sites, and discovering the charm and hospitality of Georgia’s “Garden City.”

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New Safety Measures and Procedures

In order to comply with current CDC Guidelines for Events and Gatherings, the Ramble will incorporate new safety procedures in an effort to protect attendees, homeowners, volunteers and staff.

Please see below for measures that the Georgia Trust will be taking to ensure safety:

  • Release of Liability must be signed prior to registration. This waiver will be provided electronically at the time of registration.
  • Masks will be mandatory prior to entry to all interior sites.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at each location.
  • Access to interior sites will be limited to 10 Ramblers at a time. Docents will be on hand to coordinate entry to sites. Please maintain a minimum distance of six feet while waiting for entry and while touring sites.

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Accommodations

Please make your hotel reservations as soon as possible and remember to mention that you are with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation to get these special rates.

The Partridge Inn
2110 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30904
706-737-8888
Rate: $143 per night
Cutoff date: March 3, 2021
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Hilton Garden Inn
1065 Stevens Creek Road
Augusta, GA 30907
706-739-9990
Rate: $109.00 per night
Cutoff date: April 1, 2021
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Other suggestions
Room blocks are not reserved, but individual rooms may be available at:

Holiday Inn Express
444 Broad Street
Augusta, GA
706-922-1414

Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center
2 Tenth Street
Augusta, GA 30901
706-722-8900

The Partridge Inn, Augusta

Augusta, The Book

Augusta is a 50th anniversary project of Historic Augusta, Inc. written by Dr. James W. Garvey and Dr. Lee Ann Caldwell, with photography by James R. Lockhart. Richly illustrated with archival images and current views professionally photographed, this beautiful book provides an overview of Augusta’s history through its architecture from the eighteenth to the late twentieth centuries. Proceeds benefit Historic Augusta, Inc. and The Georgia Trust.

Price: $54

PLEASE NOTE
Shipping is not available for this book. Buyers must be able to pick up the book in Augusta at packet pick-up during The Georgia Trust Spring Ramble, April 16-18, 2021.

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What are Rambles?

Rambles feature exclusive tours and social events in historic properties not usually open to the public. Tours of historic homes and buildings are self-guided, and guests provide their own transportation. Maps and programs are provided at packet pick-up. Catered meals are offered as part of registration packages; however, there are tour-only (no meals) options as well.

These trips attract hundreds of participants per Ramble and are offered two weekends each year (fall and spring). Recent Rambles have included Marietta, the Golden Isles, Athens and Americus.

For more information, contact the Trust’s Special Events Department at 404-885-7812 or SpecialEvents@GeorgiaTrust.org.

**Sites and times are subject to change. Event occurs rain or shine.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors


Presented by

 

The Knox Foundation

Paula and Larry Knox

 

 

 

 

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