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Important Notice

Sacred Heart Cultural Center is now open for free tours, viewing of the art, and event consultations. Guests are asked to please knock for admittance, wear a mask indoors, sanitize hands upon entry, and refrain from entering if any symptoms of illness are present.

Celebrating History, Art and Architecture


We welcome you to c. 1897 Sacred Heart Cultural Center, located in Augusta, Georgia’s beautiful Downtown Historic District. Sacred Heart, a former Catholic Church, is now home to various cultural activities including choral concerts, art exhibits, holiday events and the annual Garden Festival as well as the Augusta Ballet, the Augusta Children’s Chorale, the Augusta Choral Society, the Augusta Players, Symphony Orchestra Augusta (SOA) and the Greater Augusta Arts Council.

Sacred Heart Cultural Center serves individuals from across the Central Savannah River Area and visitors from throughout the Nation and beyond. The fully ADA accessible structure is free and open to the public.

An Audio Tour is available in the Gift Shop for $5 detailing the history of Sacred Heart and includes personal stories woven into the narrative.
A free Eye Spy scavenger hunt will take youth on a journey through the Great Hall of Sacred Heart. Find all of the items and receive a prize redeemable in the Gift Shop.

To view a copy of our latest newsletter, please click HERE.

To shop our NEW Holiday Catalog, please click HERE.



Chad Cole Exhibition

Monday, November 16 - December 31
Click HERE for a Virtual Tour of the Exhibition

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

Recording available December 7, 2020
Click Here to purchase a support ticket or call 706-826-4700


Audio Tour of Sacred Heart Available in the Gift Shop. $5
Rentals

Premier rental facility for intimate gatherings or large celebrations providing a memorable setting for any occasion.

GIFT SHOP

Visit the Gift Shop to peruse the latest in decorative accessories, unique gifts, books and works by local artisans.

SUPPORT

Join the friends at Sacred Heart Cultural Center and help the legacy endure.