Pin Point Heritage Museum

Top 2% of attractions in Savannah
8 / 10

5 expert reviews

“Exhibitions showcase the community's connection to the seafood and fishing industries, which were a vital part of their livelihood.”

– Lonely Planet

"The culturally rich community surrounding this museum has lived in relative isolation for nearly 100 years." Full review
"About 12 miles south of downtown Savannah, overlooking the marshes along the Moon River, this fascinating museum commemorates the history of the local Gullah/Geechee community." Full review
Atlas Obscura
"A unique museum dedicated to the Gullah-Geechee people, housed within an old oyster cannery. " Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"What’s this place all about? Pin Point Heritage Museum tells the remarkable story of its community: a small African American fishing village called Pin Point, established in the 1890s by..." Full review

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