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We truly enjoyed both the museum and the gardens and grounds at this museum. In fact, we were both blown away by the very pleasant surprise when we decided to check this museum out. The ships were amazing, the history information accompanying the scale model...More
This is a small museum. There are model replicas of ships with accompanying plaquards. This is a fine museum for those interested in ships. This museum should be skipped by those who don't care about ships. The front desk person was very knowledgeable about ship...More
Wow, if you love maritime history don't miss this. Huge models. I learned so much history about the civil war ships. Amazing model of NS Savannah. First nuclear powered merchant ship. The building and gardens are beautiful.
Surrounded by a quiet garden, my wife and I enjoyed spending an hour or so at this museum. Much of the museum features detailed scale models of old sailing ships and a number of interesting artifacts from those ships. Some models have cut-away parts to...More
This was part of a preservation pass and we weren’t too sure we would like it. However, once we got inside we really enjoyed all the miniature models and other exhibits. This is really worth a stop in - lots of local Savannah history weaved...More
Decided to make a quick visit here on a day trip to Savannah. There were so many intricate models here, I could have stared at them for hours. There are other seafaring artifacts as well. Definitely a neat place if you have any maritime interests.
The Scarbrough house is home to this museum and it is full of fantastic displays of models of actual ships dating back to the Civil War. There is also a model of the Titanic. Beside each ship is a brief narrative of its history; take...More