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  • 1. Bonaventure Cemetery

    Thunderbolt | Cemetery

    The largest and most famous of Savannah's municipal cemeteries, Bonaventure spreads over 160 acres and sits on a bluff above the Wilmington...Read More

  • 2. Ellis Square

    Historic District | Plaza/Square

    Converted from a public square to a parking garage in the 1970s, Ellis Square has been restored in recent years and is once again one of Savannah...Read More

  • 3. Forsyth Park

    Historic District | City Park

    The heart of the city's outdoor life, Forsyth Park hosts a number of popular cultural events, including film screenings, sports matches, and...Read More

  • 4. Fort Pulaski National Monument

    Thunderbolt | Military Sight

    Named for Casimir Pulaski, the Polish count and Revolutionary War hero, this must-see sight for history buffs was designed by Napoléon's military...Read More

  • 5. Jepson Center for the Arts

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    This contemporary building is one of a kind among the characteristic 18th- and 19th-century architecture of historic Savannah. The modern art...Read More

  • 6. Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters

    Historic District | Historic Home

    Designed by William Jay, the Owens-Thomas House is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of English Regency architecture in America...Read More

  • 7. SCAD Museum of Art

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    This architectural marvel rose from the ruins of the oldest surviving railroad building in the United States. Appropriately, the architect chosen...Read More

  • 8. Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

    Historic District | Historic Home

    This exuberant Greek Revival mansion was the home of William Scarborough, a wealthy early-19th-century merchant and one of the principal owners...Read More

  • 9. Telfair Academy

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    The oldest public art museum in the South was designed by William Jay in 1819 as a residence for Alexander Telfair. Within its marble rooms...Read More

  • 10. American Prohibition Museum

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    In the heart of City Market, America's only museum dedicated to the Prohibition era shares history from 1907 to 1933. In the 6,000-square-foot...Read More

  • 11. Andrew Low House

    Historic District | Historic Home

    Built on the site of the city jail, this residence was constructed in 1848 for Andrew Low, a native of Scotland and one of Savannah's merchant...Read More

  • 12. Beach Institute

    Historic District | Museum/Gallery

    Works by African American artists from the Savannah area and around the country are on display in this building, which once housed the first...Read More

  • 13. Black Holocaust Memorial

    Eastside | Public Art

    Folk artist and Savannah resident James "Double Dutch" Kimble created this outdoor sculpture in 2002 as a testament to the city's African American...Read More

  • 14. Bull Street Library

    Thomas Square | Library/Archive

    Even if you don't have a library card, it's worth browsing the beautiful neoclassical building built in 1916 with funding from a Carnegie grant...Read More

  • 15. Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist

    Historic District | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Soaring over the city, this French Gothic–style cathedral, with pointed arches and free-flowing traceries, is the seat of the Catholic diocese...Read More

  • 16. Chippewa Square

    Historic District | Plaza/Square

    Anchoring this square is Daniel Chester French's imposing bronze statue of General James Edward Oglethorpe, founder of both the city of Savannah...Read More

  • 17. Christ Church Episcopal

    Historic District | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This was the first church—then Anglican—established in the Georgia colony in 1733. It is often called the "Mother Church of Georgia." George...Read More

  • 18. City Hall

    Historic District | Government Building

    Built in 1906 on the site of the Old City Exchange, this imposing structure is now home to the city council. Its landmark tower clock and bells...Read More

  • 19. City Market

    Historic District | Business District

    Although the 1870s City Market was razed years ago, its atmosphere and character are still evident. Adjacent to Ellis Square, the area is a...Read More

  • 20. Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens


    In 1890, Mrs. Herman B. Miller planted three clumps of Japanese timber bamboo near her farmhouse 15 miles south of Savannah. As the bamboo took...Read More

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