Enjoy Living in Augusta, Missouri
The Town of Augusta, Missouri is nestled in rolling hills situated on the bluffs of the Missouri River. Incorporated in 1855, the town offers a variety of venues: historical sites, Katy Trail access to the state park that traverses Missouri along an abandoned railroad track, wineries, a brewery, restaurants, a coffee shop, antiques, specialty stores, a spa, B & B’s, and most of all: a peaceful setting.
Augusta is a small town with charm from a bygone era. It’s approximately an hour from downtown St. Louis.
This website is a connection point for Augusta residents to find resources and information about what’s going on in this beautiful small town.
Things to Do in Augusta, Missouri!
Augusta’s wineries compete and win numerous Missouri awards and medals annually! The Missouri Wine Trail features stops in Augusta.
Restaurants & Food
Check out the Town of Augusta’s featured food venues. Many of our eateries have been recognized on local TV shows, at local events, as well as in newspapers & magazines.
Augusta has a wide variety of shopping experiences, including antiques, art galleries. You can also relax at the local spa or learn about local history at the museum.
Bed & Breakfasts
The beautiful setting of Augusta has attracted a large number of Bed & Breakfast facilities to the area. They are ready to serve you, whether you arrive by car or by bicycle!
Plenty to Do
We always have something new to try, even for those who are native to the area or have lived here for years.
City and County Parks
Festivals & Parades
Plein Air Art Festival
The nationally advertised Plein Air Art Festival, held annually in Spring, attracts artists from all over the states and even a few from other countries. Culminating with a fun art sale!
Augusta Harvest Festival
The Augusta Harvest Festival in September has recently been featured as one of the top places to visit in the fall! Come celebrate the harvest with your friends in Augusta.
Augusta Christmas Walk
First held in 1982, the walk illuminates the town on the first two Fridays in December. Many visitors attend from the greater St. Louis and St. Charles communities to enjoy the festivities.