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Telfair Academy
9
Downtown
6 reviews
The Telfair is the oldest art museum in the South — Where
9
Yamacraw Village
5 reviews
These days, it houses the Ships of the Sea Museum, with displays of model ships and exhibits detailing maritime history. — Fodor's
Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters
8
Downtown
3 reviews
Belle of Oglethorpe Square, the Owens-Thomas House is considered one of architect William Jay's finest works—and the only unaltered example of his surviving designs. — Michelin Guide
SCAD Museum of Art
8
Yamacraw Village
5 reviews
Open to the public, the museum continues to inspire students, aficionados, and casual appreciators alike. — Afar Magazine
8
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
First African Baptist Church
8
Downtown
4 reviews
Slaves constructed this church at night by lamplight after having worked the plantations during the day. — Fodor's
Savannah History Museum
8
Yamacraw Village
6 reviews
Showcases the the city's history from its founding in 1733 when English army officer and philanthropist James Oglethorpe and group of more than 100 settlers landed at Yamacraw Bluff. — Michelin Guide
8
Downtown
3 reviews
In 1848 wealthy cotton merchant Andrew Low commissioned John Norris to create this Classical house with its elaborate cast-iron balconies — Michelin Guide
Davenport House Museum
8
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
Forsyth Park
8
Downtown
4 reviews
This lush 30-acre park is on the edge of Savannah’s downtown historic district. — Travel + Leisure
Georgia State Railroad Museum
8
Yamacraw Village
4 reviews
The Roundhouse Railroad Museum includes the oldest and most complete antebellum railroad manufacturing and repair facilities still in existence in the United States — Where
Pin Point Heritage Museum
8
4 reviews
The culturally rich community surrounding this museum has lived in relative isolation for nearly 100 years. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
4 reviews
If you find yourself in magical Savannah, take an hour or so and wander through the scenic Colonial Park Cemetery, offering a unique perspective of the town's rich history. — Afar Magazine
Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum Inc.
8
4 reviews
Might appear to be closed from the outside, but it chronicles an important but under-represented aspect of Savannah history and deserves your support. — Frommer's
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
7
Downtown
3 reviews
One of the city’s most historic treasures, this cathedral is a must-see from the organ pipes to the Austrian stained-glass windows. — Afar Magazine
Factors Walk
7
2 reviews
A network of iron crosswalks and steep stone stairways connects Bay Street to Factors Walk below. — Fodor's
Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home
7
Downtown
3 reviews
Celebrated Southern author Flannery O'Connor lived in this austere Charlton Street home from her birth in 1925 until 1938 when the family moved to Milledgeville, Georgia. — Fodor's
Old Fort Jackson
7
3 reviews
Georgia’s oldest standing brick fortification is an intriguing place — Where
Fort Pulaski National Monument
7
3 reviews
Explore a 19th-century fort from top to bottom at Fort Pulaski — Where
7
Downtown
3 reviews
If your children are, have been, or aspire to be Girl Scouts, don’t miss this wonderful house museum — Where
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