Savannah

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Downtown
4 reviews
Widely considered to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America. — Fodor's
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Yamacraw Village
6 reviews
A block west of City Market, a charming garden invites visitors into this 1819 Regency villa designed by English architect William Jay — Michelin Guide
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Downtown
6 reviews
In its marble rooms are a variety of paintings from American and European masters, plaster casts of the Elgin Marbles and other classical sculptures. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
5 reviews
Established in 1773 by freed slave George Leile, this church is considered the oldest black Baptist church in North America. — Michelin Guide
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Yamacraw Village
5 reviews
Open to the public, the museum continues to inspire students, aficionados, and casual appreciators alike. — Afar Magazine
8
Downtown
4 reviews
This downtown park on the southern boundary of the Historic District has sort of a split personality, but it’s a delightful one — Where
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Yamacraw Village
6 reviews
Delve into Savannah’s colorful past at the Savannah History Museum, located in the old passenger station of the Central of Georgia Railroad that also houses the Savannah Visitors Center — Where
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Downtown
3 reviews
Semicircular stairs with wrought-iron railings lead to the recessed doorway of the redbrick Federal home constructed by master builder Isaiah Davenport for his family between 1815 and 1820. — Fodor's
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Downtown
3 reviews
Built on the site of the city jail, this residence was constructed in 1848 for Andrew Low, a native of Scotland and one of Savannah's merchant princes. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
5 reviews
The oldest burial ground (ca. 1750) in Savannah is filled with magnolia trees and is such a beautiful setting that the city turned it into a park in 1896. — Frommer's
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Downtown
4 reviews
The interior spaces are grand and dramatic, including incredible stained glass and an intricately designed altar. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
One of Savannah's best features is the one-of-a-kind Bonaventure Cemetery located on a scenic bluff overlooking the Wilmington River just outside downtown Savannah. — Afar Magazine
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4 reviews
This small museum provides a local introduction to the Civil Rights movement as it played out in Savannah. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
A short drive from downtown, on the beautiful Isle of Hope, this is one of the most photographed sites in town. — Lonely Planet
8
Yamacraw Village
4 reviews
Train aficionados will love this tribute to America’s once mighty railroads. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Exhibitions showcase the community's connection to the seafood and fishing industries, which were a vital part of their livelihood. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Here cotton traders would buy and sell from the bridgeways that connect the offices on the upper portion of the bluff with the warehouses below. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown
3 reviews
This stone row house on Lafayette square is where the literary great was born in 1925 and lived until she was 13. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Georgia’s oldest standing brick fortification is an intriguing place — Where
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Downtown
3 reviews
Designed by the great Moshe Safdie, and looking pretty darn space-age by Savannah's standards, the JCA – rather appropriately, given its architecture – focuses on 20th- and 21st-century art. — Lonely Planet
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