The Augusta Historical Museum houses over 30 exhibits of regional history. Visit the two-story log cabin on its original site which served as post office, general store, and school. The Museum offers rotating exhibits covering time era from the mid 1800s throughout the 1940s. Each June the Museum presents “A Day in the Life of the James Trading Post,” featuring demonstrations of pioneer skill and handcrafts and other life-styles of the period.
Visit the gift shop where local and state memorabilia, along with various collectibles, t-shirts, sweatshirts, books, and cards may be purchased.