Edible Augusta Historical Buildings Made of Gingerbread

Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History by Kakin My Way.

Augusta, Georgia –  Run, run as fast as you can to the Augusta Museum of History for the gingerbread houses, man!

Local bakers and artists made historical Augusta buildings out of gingerbread, candy, and frosting. From the Southern Railway Freight Depot, St. Paul Episcopal Church, the Lucy Craft Laney House, to the Gertrude Herbet Art Institute just to name a few. The edible buildings were sold in a silent auction to raise money for the Augusta Museum of History.

The people’s choice will be announce later this evening on the museum’s Facebook page.

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