Built in 1861, this church was the first African-American Baptist Church in North America and served as part of the Underground Railroad.
The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum is housed in the Scarbrough House, built in 1819 for the principal owner of the Savannah, the first steamship... more »
Encompassing 520 scenic areas, this park includes hiking trails, campsites, wildlife observation towers and a swimming pool.
Take a ride in a real Hearse and see the beautiful historic homes. We tell you stories about Savannah's Ghost's while showing you Our remarkable Historic District. Tours are 75 minutes long and their are only eight people per tour! This tour is only $15.00, call or email us for reservations. We tour every day of the year!!
This museum, named for an early Civil Rights leader, documents the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Savannah.
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