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Savannah, Georgia
Savannah, Georgia
History
Savannah, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House
At the Davenport House visitors glimpse into the American past when the nation was new and Isaiah Davenport, a young carpenter from New England, achieved success as a builder in his adopted city. The world of early 19th century Savannah is presented through the outstanding Federal-style home Davenport built for his household. Furnished as it would have been in the 1820s, the museum is an authentic period restoration.
Savannah, Georgia
Fort Pulaski NM is the best preserved masonry fort of its period. It is the location of a historic Civil War battle that changed the tide of the conflict. Visitor's Center houses a bookstore and museum featuring historic images and Civil War artifacts.
Savannah, Georgia
Historical Society
The Society maintains a collection of GA history through its library/archives, conducts statewide conferences, lectures/workshops, publishes history books/a quarterly newsletter/GA Historical Quarterly, oversees hist. marker prog & GA Heritage Celebration
Savannah, Georgia
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
The Girl Scout First Headquarters was built in 1848 as the carriage house to the Andrew Low House. Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, converted the carriage house into the Girl Scout Headquarters shortly after she founded Girl Scouting in March of 1912 in Savannah, Georgia. It was willed to the Girl Scout Council of Savannah upon her death in 1927.
Savannah, Georgia
General, History, Historic House, Specialized
The Juliette Low Birthplace is a special treasure of Savannah's National Historic Landmark District--Savannah's only house interpreted for the Victorian period. The Wayne-Gordon House was built between 1818-1821 for Mayor James Moore Wayne, later Supreme Court Justice. The house is restored to a documented 1886 appearance, a year of extensive changes to the house. Guided tours explore the amusing and lively stories of four generations of one American family, the Gordons.
Savannah, Georgia
History
Oatland Island Education Center is an environmental education center and Savannah's zoo. The Center is located on 175 acres of woodlands and marsh and is home to more than 40 indigenous species. The staff provides environmental education programs.
Savannah, Georgia
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Science, Specialized
Old Fort Jackson exhibits Civil War artifacts, shows video presentation, cannon displays, summer daily cannon firings and gift shop.
Savannah, Georgia
Art
Savannah, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum is dedicated to the life and service of African Americans and their contributions to civil rights and equality and justice in Savannah.
Savannah, Georgia
Art
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.
Savannah, Georgia
Art
Savannah College of Art and Design has 12 on campus galleries.
Savannah, Georgia
History
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
Savannah, Georgia
Art
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.
Savannah, Georgia
Specialized
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.
Savannah, Georgia
Art
The Telfair is the oldest art museum in the South. The Owens-Thomas House is the finest example of Regency architecture in America. Owens Thomas admission; $8 Adults, $3 Students, $2 Children, Under 6 Free and AAA $7.
Savannah, Georgia
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