Although not designed with the central parked median like the one found on Greene Street, Telfair Street is a close rival for it’s outstanding collection of churches and institutional buildings. It also served as a fashionable address for affluent Augustans in the 19th and early 20th Centuries. Its western end changed character after World War II when the automobile sales district of Augusta expanded to that area.
- Old Government House
- Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art
- Old Academy of Richmond County
- Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson