Sights & Attractions in Savannah


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Name Category Location
Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center
Works by African-American artists from the Savannah area and around...
Museums / Galleries Historic District
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Soaring over the city, this French Gothic–style cathedral, with...
Religious Sites Historic District
Christ Episcopal Church
This was the first church—then Anglican—established in the Georgia...
Religious Sites Historic District
City Hall
Built in 1906 on the site of the Old City Exchange, this imposing...
Government Buildings Historic District
Emmet Park
Once an Indian burial ground, the lovely tree-shaded park is...
Parks Historic District
First African Baptist Church
Slaves constructed this church at night by lamplight after having...
Religious Sites Historic District
Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home
Celebrated Southern author Flannery O'Connor lived in this austere...
Houses / Mansions Historic District
Monterey Square
Commemorating the victory of General Zachary Taylor's forces...
Squares Historic District
Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum
This history museum has a series of engaging exhibits on segregation...
Museums / Galleries Historic District
St. John's Episcopal Church
Built in 1852, this church is famous for its whimsical chimes...
Religious Sites Historic District
Temple Mickve Israel
This unique Gothic-revival synagogue on Monterey Square houses...
Religious Sites Historic District
Wesley Monumental Church
This Gothic revival–style church memorializes the founders of...
Religious Sites Historic District
Wright Square
Named for James Wright, Georgia's last colonial governor, this...
Squares Historic District
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