The Department of Cultural Affairs allocates funding for cultural organizations in Savannah. The department presents and produces cultural festivals, exhibitions, spring and summer art camps, theatrical productions, and visual and performing arts classes. S.P.A.C.E. features an exhibition gallery, a 100-seat black box theater, art studios and a ceramics studio with firing kilns.
Saint Simon's Island, Georgia
The Museum is located on St. Simons Island, one of the 4 barrier islands that make up the Golden Isles of Georgia. The historic site consists of 4 structures including an 1872 brick lighthouse, a keeper's dwelling, a 1890 oil house, and Victorian gazebo.
Sandy Springs, Georgia
The 1869 Williams-Payne House displays 600 museum artifacts, photographs, books, oral history interviews, transcriptions, maps and manuscripts.
Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
Art, Culture, General, History
A non-profit Cultural Arts Community Center equipped with a Folk Pottery museum, History Museum, Gallery, Theatre, Art Studio, Outdoor Stage, and Historic Gym.
Sautee-Nacoochee Arts and Community Association is a local art and history museum. Theater arts productions presented seasonally, so call for specific dates.
Savannah College of Art and Design has 12 on campus galleries.
The Savannah History Museum is located in the building that was originally the passenger station of the Central of Georgia Railway. The structure is a National Historic Landmark and houses a variety of exhibits which reflect Savannah's history from 1733
The landmark 1853 former Central of Georgia Railroad headquarters, now Kiah Hall, houses the SCAD Museum of Art. The museum is open to the public free of charge Monday through Friday 10 am-5 pm and Sunday 1-5 pm. The SCAD Museum of Art, dedicated in May 2002, offers a year-round calendar of exhibitions, lectures, classes, special events, and tours.
The school is located on GA State Univ campus in downtown Atlanta. Student, faculty, and visiting artists lectures and exhibitions
The School of Environmental offers programs in historic preservation landscape architecture. Our exhibits reflect those disciplines. We provide traveling exhibits, as well as our own.
History, Historic House
The Museum is the first law office of renowned Senator Walter F. George (1878-1957). One of the founding fathers of NATO, Sen. George served 34 yrs. in the U.S. Senate. Museum contains memorabilia of Senator's term as well as his senate office chair.
The Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm is an outdoor farm museum which features original equipment and buildings on original sites.
Scarbrough House, built in 1819 for the principal owner of the SAVANNAH, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, is the elegant setting for a colorful exhibition of ships models, paintings, and maritime antiques.
The Shorter College Museum exhibits in the lobby and the Eubanks Museum and the Gallery of the Welcome Center.
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
The Sidney Lanier Cottage House Museum, located at 935 High Street in Macon, GA, is the birthplace of noted poet, musician & soldier, Sidney Lanier (1842-1881). Perhaps best known for his poems "The Marshes of Glynn" and "Song of the Chattahoochee," Lanier was also a renowned musician, as he was first chair flute in the Peabody Symphony Orchestra in Baltimore for seven seasons.
Over 80 pieces of rolling stock, including vintage steam locomotives, historic wooden cars, and pullmans (including the 1911 car "Superb" used by Pres. Harding) can be seen up-close at this 30-acre site. ADA Accessible.
Children's, History, Natural History, Science
A self guided museum which is dedicated to educating the public about the importance of the Forest Industry in the South and offers both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Indoor exhibits include a "talking tree" and the locally famous "mummified dog", while outdoor exhibits include a fire tower, a giant Cypress tree, and a steam-operated engine.
The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, formerly the Kennesaw Civil War Museum, will hold a grand re-opening celebration March 30, 2003, after a massive $6 million expansion that has resulted in a facility ten times the size of the previous building.