What to do and see in Augusta, United States: The Best Places and Tips

December 2, 2017 Emerita Lamoureux

Augusta in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Shooting Ranges. Discover best things to do in Augusta with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Augusta

1. Michael Murphy and Sons

6400 SW Hunter Rd, Augusta, KS 67010-7851 +1 316-775-2137
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Michael Murphy and Sons

Michael Murphy & Sons is truly a "one-stop shop." We are the only place in the country where you can purchase a fine firearm, have your gun custom fit, the stock work completed by the on-site gunsmith, & then walk outside to enjoy shooting your gun with the altered stock on our sporting clay range. Specialties: Premium Firearm Sales (New & Used), Custom Gun Fittings, Sporting Clay Range, Appraisals, Shooting Lessons, Firearm Rental, Corporate Events, Buy/Trade/Consign Firearms & Collections, Ammo & Accessories, Group Outings.

Reviewed By jeff r - Overland Park, Kansas

My son and I came to Michael Murphy and Sons Sporting Clay Course to compete in the Kansas State Shoot.It is a beautiful complex that is set up for multiple sporting clay courses, 5 stand, FITSAC, and small bore shooting competitions. The clubhouse is well stocked with shooting supplies, ammo, and hundred of guns for sale.

2. Paramount East Antique Mall

10187 SW US Highway 54, Augusta, KS 67010-7511 +1 316-775-3999
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Paramount East Antique Mall

Paramount East Antique Mall. 22,000 sq.ft, Over 100 dealers. Open 7 Days A Week, We accept cash, checks & most major credit cards. Lay-Away & Gift Certificates Available, Comfortable Lounge With TV & Coffee, Large, lighted parking lot that can accommodate RVs and tour buses. Climate Controlled, Single Floor Building, Handicap Accessible, Monthly Flea Markets March through October

Reviewed By Michelle H - Towanda,KS

I love antique stores so I wanted to check this one out. There was a wide variety of booths. When I went they were having a contest to see which booth was decorated the best for Christmas. It was neat because it was almost like visiting a museum. The booths are well designed and I did find a few items to purchase . I really wanted the giant wooden elephant but it was a little too big and pricey for my budget that day. Overall it is a fun place to find treasures .

3. Bi-Plane Rides with Vintage Flyers Inc

14789 SW 30th St, Stearman Field, Benton, KS 67017-9111
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Bi-Plane Rides with Vintage Flyers Inc

Reviewed By Van B - Wichita, Kansas

Our youngest son is a plane buff. Recently we surprised him with a ride in one of the bi-planes. He was beyond words at how much he enjoyed it. It is expensive but if you like planes it is a "Hoot".

4. Twisted Oz Motorcycle Museum

601 W. 7TH Street Augusta, KS 67010, Augusta, KS 67010 +1 316-977-9257
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Twisted Oz Motorcycle Museum

Reviewed By vintagent - san francisco

If you're a rider, you'll love this newly opened motorcycle museum, owned by Kelly Modlin. There are lines of unrestored/original 1910s/20s/30s machines like Indian, Excelsior, Henderson, Cleveland, Ace, Harley-Davidson, AJS, Sears, Brough Superior, and even a Cyclone.

5. Robert Shryock Park

2923 Ohio St, Augusta, KS 67010
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Robert Shryock Park

Reviewed By Karen D

Enjoy a large playground built by local resident volunteers. Nearby is the city lake, splashpad, biking and walking trails, gazebo and picnic shelter.

People of all ages have marked significant celebrations in this well kept area for public use. It is easy to find and access.

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